Me & my modeling protege/mentee, Jennifer. Modeling 101 – “A Model’s Diary” ‘s been around since 2007 and for the reason that time it offers managed to become a trusted source for everything related to the modeling industry. This blog has allowed me to share my experiences, knowledge, and insight with countless visitors who course the globe. I created this site specifically for my readers to share (in their own words) in what ways my blog has helped them in reaching their goals for modeling.
These stories are from real readers and other individuals who have come across my blog arbitrarily. They never have been altered, edited, or manipulated in any way. Please, use these stories as inspiration so that as reassurance that you will be not by yourself in your time and efforts to determine where you easily fit into and how modeling can be a part of your daily life.
Thank one to the ones that contribute! At almost 33 years old, it’s very difficult to start a modeling profession. I was trying to find a representation on my own but was unable to find anyone that would talk with me to steer me in the right path, until I found Dania.
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I am so thankful to her. Her blog is very beneficial and the best benefit is, she actuallyanswers emails, herself! Dania took the time to go over what type of modeling would be best for my size and look. Plus, she even took the time to send me the links to organizations that work with people in my generation.
I am so thankful and impressed by her and I look forward to a long relationship. If you want advice on how to begin modeling, I’d have a look at Dania’s blogs. If you just authorized with a company but still need advice on something your providers can’t even help you with, it’s nice to get another experienced model’s opinion on how to proceed.
I was in a dilemma and made a decision to email Dania. And I am so grateful I did so. Now, I think of her as my model pen pal. Through our interactions via email, I find that she actually is a genuine person who is eager to offer advice on the ins and outs of modeling. Even being truly a signed model, I have to take control of my own career and can’t rely on my realtors to get me where I want to go. They can help surely, but at the end of the day, it’s nice to talk to a person who doesn’t want anything in exchange, someone who is prepared to help others-strangers, really-get was only available in the modeling industry.