As a model, your profile and your portfolio are your resume. Every shoot you have, whether it be TFP or paid, is a job in which the interview process happens before someone even contacts you, so they both need to be well maintained.

Here are 8 very easy tips that will automatically make the photographers you shoot with love working with you

Many negative stereotypes have been labeled on models throughout the years. Here are some advice on how to shed the negativity and excel in your modeling profession.

Model Mayhem’s March 2015 cover photo model is Ashley Salazar

Nothing is more unfortunate than a well-produced, expertly styled photo shoot ruined by a model who doesn’t connect with the story

You’ve seen them thousands of times in magazines and newspapers and on billboards and posters — the “real” faces that entice you to buy everything from food to shampoo. Many of them are trained and skilled actors, but they’re also commercial models and they earn between $50 – $250 an hour

As a model what I mostly use Pinterest for is inspiration — in particular, photo shoot inspiration. I look for images that move me, excite the senses and make me want to recreate the feeling of that moment in a shoot of my own

Model Mayhem’s February 2015 cover photo model is Ashley Alexiss

So you’re working on building your book and resume as an aspiring model when you get a call from an event coordinator. They want you to walk for an upcoming show – hair, makeup, designer clothes, the works but there’s just ONE little catch.

So you’ve been hired to work with a bodypaint artist, but you are wondering… how should I prepare? What should I expect? What should I bring?