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Model

D A N I

Posts: 4592

Little Rock, Arkansas, US

I'm a topless/nude masseuse and cam girl...I mean "web model"

Apr 01 13 10:46 pm Link

Body Painter

BodyPainter Rich

Posts: 17956

Sacramento, California, US

Sarah Starr  wrote:
Just curious what other llamas and photographers do as their second jobs OTHER then the obvious wink

I have a dual bachelors degree in media comm/comm studies and am looking for something in the public relations/marketing field.

I have an opportunity to become a news anchor but I have a feeling that if I took the job I'd get the boot soon after due to my llamaing photos. Blah

I know of a woman who was an anchor. She went to Fantasy Fest and got bodypainted. She wore a mask most of the time but a photo or two was posted online without the mask. She was promptly fired upon her return to wherever she was from.

So yes, I think the llamaling photos (lovely as they are) might be a problem.

Apr 01 13 11:12 pm Link

Body Painter

BodyPainter Rich

Posts: 17956

Sacramento, California, US

To answer your question, I am a full time self-employed artist.

The bodypaint is some of my income, but the majority of my money is made doing airbrush clothing, airbrush temporary tattoos, and other sorts of artwork for parties and special events.

Apr 01 13 11:13 pm Link

Photographer

ArtofWomenPhotography

Posts: 73

Busselton, Western Australia, Australia

I'm a mechanic thats owns a high performance workshop

Apr 02 13 04:26 am Link

Model

Jules NYC

Posts: 17193

New York, New York, US

Jobs I've had in my life other than music:

Writer
Lifeguard
Broker's Assistant
Art Director
Mortgage Originator, Processor & Underwriter
Webmaster, Web Coordinator
Marketing Coordinator
Executive Assistant
Actor
Set Painter
Production Assistant, Coordinator

Sometimes I work doing this stuff...
Most of the time I try to avoid it.

Corporate life makes me want to blow my brains out.

Currently I'm doing a lot with music.
I always have, now I'm seeing why I put so much work in.

My father was a jazz musician but made his money as an architect.
I probably look like the biggest douchebag to my parents because I don't have a 500k plus house like my brother has...

and they keep trying to fix me up with these fucktards in Greenwich.

Not touching that with a ten-foot pole.

I'd rather not have their respect.

A guy my Dad works with...
Rich, cheating asshole put two and two together in his mind...

Why I don't have a bunch of money when I have an education...
His dumbass son, who's a grown man with a wife and kids has everything paid for by Daddy...

Cokehead.

Got my own father to think I was a junkie.

Real nice.

Apr 02 13 05:32 am Link

Photographer

PhillipM

Posts: 6732

Martin, Tennessee, US

Samurai warrior

Apr 02 13 05:35 am Link

Photographer

Peter Claver

Posts: 26657

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Wizard of Speed and Time

Apr 02 13 07:23 am Link

Photographer

Red Sky Photography

Posts: 3425

Germantown, Maryland, US

I've been a Jaguar Tech for the last 25 years, many different occupations before I settled down. Most fun was as a wine steward in Puerto Rico, hardest was as a bicycle racer.

Apr 02 13 07:57 am Link

Photographer

sospix

Posts: 21615

Orlando, Florida, US

I publish children's books, amongst other things  .  .  .  wink

SOS

Apr 02 13 08:14 am Link

Model

Sarah Starr

Posts: 507

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US

Justin wrote:
I write stuff.


I don't know what Sara Underwood does nowadays, but at least at one point she co-hosted a show on G4 following her Playboy gig. There's a few other examples out there. I don't know that it's the impediment that it used to be. A show might enjoy the notoriety and potential ratings bump. Don't know till you try it, and if you don't try it, you'll never know.

Good point smile

Apr 02 13 08:53 am Link

Model

Sarah Starr

Posts: 507

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, US

BelezaModel wrote:
I'm a student in nursing school...it's definitely a full-time job in itself. Only one year left, hope I make it through! smile

Goodluck!!!

Apr 02 13 08:54 am Link

Model

DarcieK

Posts: 10874

Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada

Modeling is not a job for me (I don't get paid).

So, my main source of income is as a customer service rep for a big insurance company in Canada.

Apr 02 13 09:57 am Link

Photographer

Pondalee

Posts: 1852

Glendale, California, US

Writer in film, television, animation, graphic novels.  Producer in television.  Hoping to break into the lucrative service industry as a waiter.

Apr 02 13 10:49 am Link

Photographer

Sal W Hanna

Posts: 6634

Huntington Beach, California, US

Licensed and Armed Private Investigator www.litigationinvestigators.com
https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-snc7/483221_334923019922908_1839859883_n.jpg

Apr 02 13 10:53 am Link

Model

n p

Posts: 257

New York, New York, US

Videogame console repair tech and sales.

Apr 02 13 10:56 am Link

Photographer

J Carpenter Photography

Posts: 13

Magnolia, Delaware, US

Internal Auditor...

I can hear the shot guns cocking already sad

*hides*

Apr 02 13 11:10 am Link

Makeup Artist

Lauren Reynolds Makeup

Posts: 282

London, England, United Kingdom

Veterinary Nurse... soon to be a freelance vet nurse so I can spend more time working on make-up smile

Apr 02 13 02:58 pm Link

Model

Cheyenne Lutek

Posts: 74

New York, New York, US

If we all got together, we could probably rule the world.



I'm also a personal trainer and about to be hired in NYC as a realtor!
And only 18 at that smile

Apr 02 13 03:22 pm Link

Makeup Artist

AtoZed Creative

Posts: 39

Dallas, Texas, US

Hair stylist
Make up artist
Photographer
Retoucher

Apr 02 13 03:30 pm Link

Model

Lisa Mae Russell

Posts: 74

Petoskey, Michigan, US

I make lovely, delicious coffee drinks for picky coffee drinkers.

Apr 02 13 03:35 pm Link

Photographer

Music N Pics

Posts: 352

San Diego, California, US

I got casual status with Longshoreman last year. This is the first time Ive ever had a job that I love and am proud of.

My other gig is event/ceremony photos...

Apr 02 13 03:56 pm Link

Photographer

Edge of the Moon

Posts: 431

New York, New York, US

I forgot. hmm

Apr 02 13 04:10 pm Link

Model

Retiredmodel

Posts: 7884

Monmouth, Wales, United Kingdom

Quaternary scientist/palaeoclimatologist in final year of my doctorate.

Former jobs:
research in same field for British Antarctic Survey
Press Relations Officer for a Learned Society and editorial contributor to Geographical magazine.
Logistics and security during Iraq reconstruction
In house model at Agent Provocateur
Coffee shop waitress

Apr 03 13 05:17 am Link

Photographer

Jerry Nemeth

Posts: 28739

Dearborn, Michigan, US

Eliza C wrote:
Quaternary scientist/palaeoclimatologist in final year of my doctorate.

Former jobs:
research in same field for British Antarctic Survey
Press Relations Officer for a Learned Society and editorial contributor to Geographical magazine.
Logistics and security during Iraq reconstruction
In house model at Agent Provocateur
Coffee shop waitress

I had to look up Quaternary scientist.    smile

Apr 03 13 05:27 am Link

Model

Retiredmodel

Posts: 7884

Monmouth, Wales, United Kingdom

Jerry Nemeth wrote:

I had to look up Quaternary scientist.    smile

I never met anyone outside the field who didn't. Can be a conversation killer lol

Apr 03 13 05:35 am Link

Photographer

DOUGLASFOTOS

Posts: 8880

Los Angeles, California, US

I am Head Master @ Morning Wood Academy

Apr 03 13 05:47 am Link

Model

Jules NYC

Posts: 17193

New York, New York, US

DOUGLASFOTOS wrote:
I am Head Master @ Morning Wood Academy

That's nice
smile

Apr 03 13 05:50 am Link

Model

Cheyenne Lutek

Posts: 74

New York, New York, US

Lisa Mae Russell wrote:
I make lovely, delicious coffee drinks for picky coffee drinkers.

Hi.

I think we should definitely be friends.

Apr 03 13 05:13 pm Link

Model

Jules NYC

Posts: 17193

New York, New York, US

Am I the only one that finds this f'ing hilarious?

https://m.youtube.com/#/watch?v=03zrxTi … 3zrxTiWzN4

Sorry, thought I was in the Superhero thread

lol

Apr 03 13 05:20 pm Link

Model

JAH CAN

Posts: 238

Campbellville, Ontario, Canada

Several decades in corporate finance. Might have been the only MBA candidate ever to model for life drawing classes in the fine arts department. That was before the fax machine, let alone the internet.

Apr 03 13 06:35 pm Link

Photographer

WCR3

Posts: 1187

Houston, Texas, US

Lawyer. But a nice one. I actually help people.

Apr 03 13 08:52 pm Link

Model

Jennifer Barker

Posts: 8010

Houston, Arkansas, US

An assistant manager at Wal Mart  bunny

Apr 04 13 12:15 am Link

Model

Poses

Posts: 8139

Kansas City, Missouri, US

JoJo wrote:
I have a D.FA (Doctorate of Fine Art)
I authenticate and appraise fine art for buyers, insurance companies, auction houses and museums/art galleries

I also work as a professional juror for Juried Art Shows

I’m also an artist in oils wink

Where is your degree from, if you don't mind me asking? I was under the impression that an MFA was considered a terminal degree in most places.

Apr 04 13 01:01 am Link

Model

Gabrielle Heather

Posts: 10064

Middle Island, New York, US

mine has a fancy name.............. I just call myself support staff but my official title is "community integration specialist"

Apr 04 13 01:16 am Link

Model

BeatnikDiva

Posts: 14798

Fayetteville, Arkansas, US

JAH CAN wrote:
Several decades in corporate finance. Might have been the only MBA candidate ever to llama for life drawing classes in the fine arts department. That was before the fax machine, let alone the internet.

Howdy, stranger! smile  And you're trying to make yourself sound really old, aren't you?

And OP, I'm a paralegal and chief cook and bottle washer for a small law firm.  I occasionally sing opera, and did that full time and professionally for a while.

Apr 04 13 04:22 am Link

Photographer

PhillipM

Posts: 6732

Martin, Tennessee, US

Jennifer Barker wrote:
An assistant manager at Wal Mart  bunny

I've always wondered...

Why 50 check out lanes, but only 3 staffed and open?

Apr 04 13 04:25 am Link

Model

Kate Eaton

Posts: 161

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

I have done this (modeling) full time for five or six years. Currently I model and work as a flight attendant seasonally.
I have a law degree that I probably will never use.

Apr 04 13 10:10 am Link

Photographer

Mister Sifuentes

Posts: 1078

San Antonio, Texas, US

Indie Film Producer.

Apr 04 13 02:46 pm Link

Photographer

Eastfist

Posts: 3553

Green Bay, Wisconsin, US

Professionally unemployed.

Apr 04 13 03:11 pm Link

Filmmaker

AOP Studios

Posts: 3545

Los Angeles, California, US

I blog about Food Trucks

Apr 04 13 05:43 pm Link