Model Mayhem #:
Last Activity:
Jan 03, 2022
Very Experienced
Depends on Assignment
Jun 12, 2012

About Me

I always say that I "work" for a living, but photography is my passion. I love to capture the essence of the moment in photography, and I feel that I have a keen eye regarding what is sexy and/or beautiful. I try to make a photo session fun first and foremost, because why do it if it isn't? I prefer to shoot models naturally, without full blown make-up and extensive hair styling. I think we are all beautiful and each of us have something that is appealing to the viewer; my job as a photographer is to capture that appeal and convey it as best as I can. Just like the old adage: if you don't look good, I don't look good!

I mostly work with new models who are either trying to build a portfolio or just have some curiosity in posing for the camera. Whether you want a portfolio to show around for perspective jobs or a bunch of shots to show your family and friends, we can make some beautiful music together! I am not a full time, professional photographer and this portfolio is pretty much for my own edification. With that in mind, I have a limited budget when it comes to shoots. Here are my rates:

$15/hr Fashion Modeling
$20/hr Swimwear Modeling
$25/hr Lingerie and Implied Nude Modeling
$30/hr Topless Modeling
$35/hr Nude Modeling

I specialize in non-pro's or first time models. However, if you are professional and just want to have some fun and make a few extra bucks, give me a shout. I'm sure we can work something out. The compensation is standard, however, despite experience level. Shoots will typically last 1-3 hours.

We can shoot at your residence, mine or a location that we agree upon.
In order to qualify for a paid photo shoot, first-time models must:

A. Be over 18 with a valid state-issued photo ID or a government issued photo ID on your person at the shoot.

B. Provide your own hairstyling and makeup. If you look at my port, you'll see that I prefer girls to be as natural as possible. Still, your look is entirely up to you. Don't forget your nails!

C. You need a valid cell phone. Everyone has one these days, so saying you don't is a huge red flag. We'll need to speak at least once before we shoot. I will not call you indiscriminately, I just need a good contact number in case something comes out of the ordinary. We can keep in touch via text for the most part. I'll need you to verify with me 24 hours prior to our shoot. If you have to cancel, I expect at least a 48 hours notice; I'll give you the same.

Bottom line is, let's have some fun, take some beautiful pictures and be lifelong friends. If we can accomplish all of that, the lottery is won!

Finally, if you have any reservations at all, don't agree to a shoot. I've worked with a lot of models and none have had the first issue with my work. Don't book a shoot, have me drive two hours and then say "I don't feel comfortable, I'm not coming" We are all grown ups here and if you can't be one, stick to Facebook.

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