Become my model. I am always looking for new interesting models for my glamour and artistic portfolio.
I don’t mean any Playboy like babydoll models, but really wonderful human beings.
Do you want to model? Ask yourself these three questions first.
->-<- Do you think you have a charismatic face and body. Do you have body language?
->-<- Are you nice, talkative and say an open minded person? because this is just as important as external beauty.
->-<- do you feel relaxed and comfortable during the photo shooting?
If you answered yes to these, then I think we could work together.
My interest in modeling came after seeing the work of and working with Bob Reuter, Saint Louis based retro photographer. He has a magic with people, young and old–male and female. An unflinching desire to see who they are, their blemishes and their perfect angles. I believe in doing justice and showing respect to all of those I am lucky to spend these moments with. I would love to work assist in your modeling career.
Here are some Frequently Asked Questions
No. I am interested in the human spirit. That goes beyond commercial beauty or a pulse.
No, I do not pay new models and I might add that I am not looking to get paid by you. I never work with "paid models". I am looking for models who are interested in my/our photographs, not in money. The interest in money first and art second is never a winning combination.
Models who work with me because they want photographs done by me. Some of them want the experience to say they've modeled, some are looking to refresh their portfolio. Whatever brings us together I believe in the spirit of connection in art.
Yes, this is why they come to me, they always get photographs.
It is hard to say - I give the model all photographs I select as the best representations of our work together. Photographs are in a digital form (jpg) and mostly in resolution 1200 x 800 px - but this is not a rule. Models who work repeatably with me sometimes want just one new shot. It all depends on what we're both looking for.
Yes, sometimes. But for commercial purposes I work only with models I know very well, I never use new models for paid jobs.
I speak Romanian, Spanish and English.
It is 100% up to the model in what ways they would be most comfortable in a shoot. I suggest ahead of time that we meet, for coffee and do some face shots as a warm up. The chemistry between a photographer and their model is extremely important. We will discuss your edges and I will never ask you for more. I will not take any voyuer-like photos of you or publish something you don't agree with.