I had tried it before when I was younger; but, it didn’t workout since I had acne. Walking on the runway feels great and I get a lot of compliments on my walk! I made a head-piece, found a makeup artist, made sure to communicate how I want the lighting and am going to see my idea come into fruition. but, my boyfriend doesn’t believe I’ll go anywhere.I didn’t get my face cleared until I was almost 30 (ancient in modeling years). People want to book me for shows, work with me in photos and I even try their new designs! I would have never believed, I could bring that many people together to make an image. He’s made so many comments about the photos we’ve done together.He’s literally told me, “You’re not Naomi Campbell,” and he’s even tried to hide a photo-shoot he was doing with a couple of models from California… You have a gorgeous attitude about the work and the adventure of meeting new people and making beautiful images.saying, “You would only be jealous of their careers.” And then invited me to hold the lights. I told him, I’m not jealous of anyone, but the fact that he got nervous about telling me was odd. You have me kind of dying to see your photos because you sound so positive and cool and I want to see the face of the person who makes me feel this excited reading about her work!I honestly, thought it was because he was going to flirt with them; not because “You’ll be jealous of their careers.”I’m not sure where he would get a comment like that in the first place? I have shows booked until November and I want to plan more things! Just from your letter I can tell that you are stunning and striking and that people want to be around you.And I’m tired of him trying to put me down with his harsh criticism. There should be no time wasted on being self-conscious. Your boyfriend is right about what people sometimes say about and to models in the fashion industry.He told me, he would say things like that, because he works in a an industry where its normal for people to say those things… But there is that other part of me, that still wants to continue. And that part, is extremely hurt, the love of my life wants to give me a “reality check.” Dear Independent Model, If you want to talk “reality checks” I checked with Reality and it said “Hey, you’re already a model! In a student film I made long ago there is a scene where two women pick apart the appearance of a third (the scene starts around ).
I need my husband and I to to love each other even if we never make another movie or write another word, or even if we make stuff that’s terrible.
If the relationship only goes well when the work goes well, then there’s a fear that if the work goes badly it will make the relationship go badly.