Working out of Central Indiana. I do this because I enjoy the challenge of it. By "it" I mean creating something different and unique or a new twist on a theme, not the challenge of dealing with difficult people. Fortunately, I dont need to do this to pay my bills, so the right personality in a model is very important-you have to be fun to work with!
Ive been shooting for years but Im a newcomer to the genre so Im looking to build up my port-then BOOM! My fees will go into the stratosphere, Ill be the talk of the cocktail circuit, Ill turn my nose up at TF shoots and precondition all Friend Requests.
Im willing to go out on a limb and out of my comfort level, BUT, NO gas masks, octopi, pregnant/nude nuns and toilet shots though-sheeze!
On the lookout for MUAs and hairstylists just starting out.
And now for the fine print:
-Chaperons, other than moms, dads and jealous husbands are welcomed until they become a problem.
-You must sign a model release form at the time of the shoot.
I can email it to you beforehand if youd like, but its a standard release as recommended by some MM photographers.
-For TF and hired model shoots, as is the norm, I retain the copyright to all images we shoot and a release will have to be signed before you receive your images.
For me, its all about the eyes: