Model Mayhem #:
Last Activity:
Apr 15, 2013
Some Experience
Depends on Assignment
Shoot Nudes:
Oct 18, 2011
5' 10"
174 lbs
Skin Color:
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About Me

A few rules about me and my profile. PLEASE READ IF YOU DON'T WANT YOUR FEELINGS HURT.

1) I do not post most of my work here to protect my interests. It is too easy for anyone with an internet connection to "click and save" and use it in any way they choose. As posted in numerous articles in the education section of this website that the best way to protect one's work is to watermark it. That's great for photographers but it's not as effective for models. I'll only post personal photos here for the public and a few from different shoot but not my entire portfolio. If you wish to see the rest of my work, I will be happy to meet you in person and I will show you in person then.

2) Do not post on my page only to insult me. It's childish and unprofessional. If you have a problem with me keep it to yourself or send me a message. I will never post anything insulting on anyone's page if I don't like their work. It's a waste of time to do so and only reflects badly on me(nobody likes a hater). So, think about that and give me the same respect.

3) If I deny your friend request, DO NOT send me another one. You WILL get your feelings hurt.

4) Just because a naked woman is surrounded by beautiful scenery and she isn't on her back and her legs aren't open, DOES NOT mean it isn't porn. Just because you use some nifty props or costumes, does not mean that the majority of the public isn't masturbating to it. An "artsy" nude does NOT portray a women oiled up, simply standing there looking cute with a blank look on her face, or giving the camera any kind of "come hither" look with her mouth half open. If your portfolio contains any of these things. DO NOT EVER contact me. You WILL get your feelings hurt.

5) Building rapport goes both ways. I'm a very personable person who likes to know a little more about someone before working with them. Referrals usually come from people you know. The rapport you have between you and the person you're being referred by is the basis on which you build rapport with this stranger while working with them. And don't underestimate the power of Starbucks and some ice breaking conversation right before a shoot. If we find ourselves offended or insulted by anything said in the conversation, then it will show in the shoot and both of us will have wasted our time. And I'm sure none of us are here to waste time.

I'm a nerd at heart but no one can really tell until I start talking. I'm a very warm and personable person. I've always loved playing dress up and making myself look and feel beautiful. I want to be in Vogue someday. I hope to get myself out there with this site and to get on the right path to my goal of being a Top Model so to speak.

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