Becoming and remaining a relevant, working model is a result of genetics, healthy living, and training. First, I know I had nothing to do with the shape of my skeleton or bone structure of my face, or the fact that my body is free of disease or that all systems are in working order. Blame genetics, or God, or both for the raw material I’m working with. Second, there is a reciprocal relationship between feeling good and looking good, both of which are required to perform well as a model. When I do what is needed to feel good on the inside – emotionally, physically, spiritually – it is naturally reflected on the outside. Finally, the skill set required to be a professional model was acquired through training, then is continually refined through discipline, hard work, and applying feedback.
On-camera Modeling Playlist