So you’re working on building your book and resume as an aspiring model when you get a call from an event coordinator. They want you to walk for an upcoming show – hair, makeup, designer clothes, the works but there’s just ONE little catch.

So you’ve been hired to work with a bodypaint artist, but you are wondering… how should I prepare? What should I expect? What should I bring?

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Making money freelance modeling can seem vague, confusing, and overwhelming for those unfamiliar with it. This article is intended to be a clear point zero for aspiring professional freelancers to build from

Here’s an essential list of things you need to know about nude models

For models just starting out, working for trade is very important. However I want to stress the importance of trade shoots that even the most experienced model can benefit from

Model Mayhem’s first cover photo of 2015 features Rebekah Marine

There are enormous differences between modeling commercially and editorial fashion models

Longevity: in the fashion world, it’s a rare occurrence. There are but a few names that have withstood more than a single season

Okay, so you are all waiting with bated breath for me to weigh in on this heavy trade, tfp, tfcd, pay, conundrum. If you are a model/actor/photographer then you know all shoots fall into two categories: paid and unpaid.