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Model Mayhem #:
341906
Last Activity:
Jul 31, 2019
Experience:
Very Experienced
Compensation:
Paid Assignments Only
Shoot Nudes:
No
Joined:
Feb 11, 2007
Age:
36
Height:
5' 5"
Weight:
130 lbs
Bust:
36"
Waist:
23"
Hips:
36"
Cup:
C
Dress:
4
Shoe:
7.0
Ethnicity:
n/a
Skin Color:
Olive
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About Me

I am interested in doing paid photo shoots.

* I'm very professional.
* I take directions well.
* I'm a quick learner.
* I get along well with others.
* All information is up-to-date and accurate.

I have a lot of experience in the entertainment industry because I have been a Pop/R&B singer/songwriter for over 15 years and have written and recorded over 100 songs with industry respected producers.  I've performed at venues like The Viper Room in Los Angeles, CA, Union Square Park and Webster Hall in NYC, and even right on the beach in Honolulu, Hawaii for a nationally televised network.  I have won first place in singing competitions on MTV and American Idol Underground.

PLEASE NO NUDITY.  Implied OKAY.

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"Without music, life as we know it ceases to exist."

My name is Jenny Hyun. I was born in Torrance, California and raised as an only child in a college town in Virginia. Music has been a part of my life since I was a toddler, singing Christian hymns with my mother and father as he played the guitar. I have known that my life would revolve around music since I was a child and I've been keeping busy with it since my teens.

When I turned 16, my family uprooted to California and in Los Angeles I started writing and recording music right away. Since then I've written and recorded over 65 songs and worked with producers such as Jean T. Na (Diane Warren, The Tyra Banks Show, The Pussycat Dolls), Needlz (Fabolous, 50 Cent, G-Unit, Nappy Roots, Drag-On), Mic Murphy (Madonna, Chaka Kahn, Robert Palmer), Klubjumpers (Britney Spears) and RobOnBass (Collie Buddz). As well as working with industry-respected vocal coach Don Lawrence (Christina Aguilera, Rolling Stones, Billy Joel).

In the early 2000's I started my career as a performer. As a performer, I've performed at well known venues like New York City's The Bitter End (Patti La Belle, Joni Mitchell, Avril Lavigne, Stevie Wonder), Webster Hall (Tina Turner, Eric Clapton, Prince, Sting), The Cutting Room and Jing Fong Restaurant to The Viper Room in LA to Hawaii for WorldAsia's Xentopia 2004 where 10,000 people were in attendance and filmed for their network launch. I was also the winner of an internationally aired MTV program in 2002 called "Wannabe" which was a really fun experience. On May 2nd 2004, I was invited to perform at the 25th Annual Asian Pacific American Heritage Festival held at Union Square Park, NYC where I performed for thousands at the all day event. I've also performed in the Bahamas at the world famous Atlantis hotel. I've also performed for various charity events like Make-A-Wish Foundation and USO in Ft. Dix, NJ. I've been featured in numerous online and offline publications like The Queens Tribune, Chinese Consumer Weekly, AARisings and HitQuarters.com. I was also a featured Artist on Nextcat.com in August 2007 and Songwriter of the Month at SongQuarters.com on October 2007 and have also won first place in American Idol Underground's singing competition in May 2007 which has spotlighted me in the OnKeySongs.com newsletter and website.

"Out of all the things music has to offer, songwriting and recording in the studio is what I enjoy doing the most so that is my main focus right now."

In 2011, the song "Watching Over Me" (which was on my independently released album entitled "Jaley" in 2003) was placed on the album of a top Asian girl group, Girls' Generation, under the title "Mistake". Also in 2011 I have placed a song I co-wrote with Jean T. Na and SooYoung from Girls' Generation entitled "Spring Day (How Great Is Your Love)" on Girls' Generation's album "The Boys". Later that year, I co-wrote a song on the debut album of ChoColat called "One More Day (Same Thing To Her)".

"I have made a personal decision to not be a performer at the moment, I chose to concentrate on what makes life worth living for me, writing. Going back to performing is never out of the question, but that's something to think about in the future."