PLUS MODEL MAGAZINE March 2016 Issue - Page 77

he scene pretty quickly as a Carmakoma campaign model. How was it working for ng brand so early on in your career? deling job was with them! I kept getting asked back for more assignments, and I was always so se up until working with them, I’d had no experience! Honestly if I hadn’t worked with Carmakoma, deling today. They’ve got an incredibly talented team and I’ll always be grateful to have worked with first few years in this industry. n the most challenging so far? ned with an agency was quite a challenge. Over the years, I was rejected multiple times by every ed, but I still kept trying. When I moved to New York, I gave myself five months to get signed, model r go home. Networking ended up being the key that opened the door, and I was signed after four ms very exciting and simple from the outside. What do you know now, that you did not n, about being a model? here’s so much more that goes on behind the scenes and off the clock. It’s an investment of time and ot to take good care of yourself, remain well-groomed in case a last minute call comes in, exercise, t in your look and measurements, etc. When you’re just getting started, the cost of those things can along with tests, comp cards, and books. So modeling definitely isn’t all glitz and glamour, but to photographer. Can you tell us how long you have been a photographer and how it has r work as a model?