Creativity and the Pursuit of Passion
When I first started modeling, I fell in love with the people, images and creative nature of the business. What a lot of people don't realize (since most of you are recent followers/subscribers) is that I used to only really do art modeling (with clothes on) and creative work. I was hired to shoot some really cool pieces, but you can't stay in that realm forever, at least in my case. Recently the creativity aspect has significantly dropped off from my life. All my shoots have been corporate, my day-to-day clients have been booking me more, and I stopped doing TFP shoots for a long time. A couple of weeks ago, that changed.
I saw a post Victor had shot and remembered why I loved his work. It's colorful, creative, fun and interesting while staying true to himself and the model. I reached out and asked to shoot. It's been so long since I've done something like this shoot, but man I've really missed this.
This for me was really a passion shoot. It's something I never get to do, but I hope my friends/followers love seeing something new/fresh on their screens. I hope that the passion and love Victor and I have for this shoot translates.
Oh yeah, and I got to bust out my gorgeous bathtub (which, yes, has jets), and obviously BUBBLES!
Images by Victor Von Goethe
As a model for almost ten years, I find myself learning new things everyday. This blog is a way to share my stories, images that may not be on my main board, and interesting things abut modeling and my life.