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Jul 23, 2010
5' 5"
128 lbs
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About Me

Hi, My name is Ashley
I am a commercial print model /Real People model, General Fashion Model, Petite Model

I'm mainly interested in working with photographers who can add to my book as I am trying to build my portfolio. Far as great head shoot and full body shoot that can be consider as commercial print, real people models. I am always interested in working so, please let me know if you have any fun projects that you think I would well suit. I am open to ideas and very enthusiastic about modeling however, I do not do nude shoots! At all!!!! Please do not
ask . Far as Music videos and hosting music showcase, flyers ,i'm also interested in As long
as I'm not ask to wearing degrading clothes on set I'm willing to take the job. I take everything I do serious .!!

Again I am trying to build my portfolio so I am looking for natural and glamor shots, but I really want to capture modeling as an art that expresses myself to get great General Fashion Photos . I'm very humble and sweet ,easy to work with , give me the task of the Shoot i can get it done for a great outcome . I LOVE being made
up by other artists so that they can as well share their talents and individuality, so MUA's,
Hair Stylists and Wardrobe Stylists, if you are interested in collaborating for a shoot I would love it. Traveling is not too much of an issue but I'd like to stay local to the Los Angeles area
if is a trade for
...for paid jobs i'm open to traveling love to see different city and states.

Booking:[email protected]

P.S.-**I always bring someone with me to any shoot!!** for safe reason!!

*Ashley *

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In the Mind of a Model "
As a little girl I grew up watching Janet Jackson and Britney Spears performing on television. I remember running to the bathroom mirror and pretending to be them. It was at this point that I realized I wanted to sing, dance, and model. Now that I am 20 years old, I decided to put my fears behind me and pursue this dream. Despite the fact of having little money, I built up enough courage to just do it. I began building my vocals skills and attending a jazz dance class at El Camino College to improve my dancing techniques. I am no longer afraid to follow my modeling dream either.

Being an inspired model has been a tough journey so far. Because of my height, I have been restricted to commercial print modeling. Doing research on the process of becoming a model was frustrating and confusing. I was lost. With time, I came across a photographer on facebook and asked him about his rates. His rates were totally out of my budget which made me realize that I had to figure out a way to get good quality photos for an affordable price. Not only that, but I also had to find makeup artists and a wardrobe stylist.

I shopped at Goodwill to buy outfits for my photo shoots and I did my own make up to save money. I went to Kinkos to print my faceshots and portfolio pictures because it was a more affordable alternative, and I began sending my comp card to modeling agencies. Finding an agency with a commercial print division that allowed all heights was another challenge. I spent a lot of time searching and received many rejections. I didn’t fit the height requirement for most agencies. Finally I began receiving some positive responses. As I waited for an answer from the different modeling agencies, I also submitted my photos to as many casting calls for positive music videos as I could find. As long as I was not degrading myself or wearing degrading clothes on set I was willing to take the job.

You may not yet see me in Ebony or Vogue magazine, but my dreams of becoming a well known print model is still within reach. I have overcome many obstacles in my life that have made me a stronger woman. I come from a single parent home with an absent father, and despite all the odds against me I have managed to pave a way for myself. One day, I dream of modeling for Kimora Lee Simons or sitting next to Beyonce. I want to talk to Gucci designers about being a catalog model for their clothing line. Although I do not fit the stereotypical image of a model, I feel I can bring something different to the industry. Once I get going, I am going to keep my flame. If my modeling career blossoms the way I want it to, I will use it as an opportunity to push for my other goals. I want to create my own clothing line and one day open The House of Mulan, which will be my own high fashion modeling agency that will accept a variety of different models. I want to have my own fragrance. I want to build an empire. I have learned being a model goes beyond taking pretty pictures and walking a run way. It is about embodying a strong image of yourself that shines through in any light. I value my experiences and I live day by day knowing that I am one step closer to my dreams.

Ashley McCoy
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