Becoming a Classic Model . . . What’s It Like? Part 2 I’ve had a great amount of support since my last post which is encouraging because there are many misconceptions about this industry. I’m hoping to address these and provide a little more insight in the next few months about the mysterious land of modelling, TV presenting, voice-overs and acting. But for now, here are five more things I’m learning about becoming a classic model:
1) You are your own self-employed business
Becoming a Classic Model . . . What’s It Like? Part 1 I’m a full-time classic model. It’s a new career addition along with voice-overs, TV Presenting and acting. I’ve not been very public about it the last six months for various reasons, but now I realise this is a large part of my life and will probably only increase. It’s also a re-emergence as I did some of this over 20 years ago, but the industry has changed and so have I.
It’s a world that’s never dull and gives me f
On Creativity – The Healing Power of Art (and a novel excerpt) My husband and I are shifting to new jobs which has led to a season of transition for our family. To top it all off, my husband was in the States over his birthday and Father’s Day which made all of us a little emotional being apart. So Sunday afternoon my son went to a friend’s house, and I took my 10-year-old daughter upstairs to my art studio/writing space/office in the attic.
We wanted to make something a
My Shallow Waters (and a Short Humorous Pageant Audio Clip) Yep – I was shallow, and I’m not embarrassed to admit it. This is a ‘confessions’ blog, right? Shallow people don’t realise their lack of depth, their narrow views or their skin-deep concerns. Insecure would probably be a better way to describe how I operated through most of my teen years until my mid-twenties (I’m almost 41). An interviewer recently asked how I felt about my experience being in beauty pageants a