5 Things Models Should Stop Doing and Start Doing Instead
Like mentioned in my last blog post, everyone has to start somewhere, so I'm sure everyone (including myself) are guilty of doing these things. Hey, we're not perfect! And that's okay! But at some point, we have to draw the line to better ourselves and our careers, and create a brand for ourselves. So here are five things that I believe models should stop doing and start doing instead. 1. STOP shooting with just everyone who asks! In the beginning when you're starting off, it
Everyone has to start somewhere.
These are my personal experiences. Everyone makes mistakes and it is our duty as people to learn from one another. June 2015 - I decided that this was it. I wanted to model. In high school, I almost got sucked into the Barbizon scam-like modeling school where they wanted you to pay upfront a ton of money for classes once a week that taught you etiquette more than modeling. I hadn't really thought about modeling, but I couldn't help wondering what it was like. And the more I t
The Difference Between a Model and a Professional Model
Back before social media was around, one of the only ways to become a model was to be discovered by someone in the business. That usually meant you either approached an agency or an agent, or you just happened to be at the right place at the right time and had gotten discovered. These days it has become a lot easier to get noticed, or at least more accessible. Social media has become a major player in the fashion industry - even large agencies have been pressuring some of the