“Modeling” can be viewed and disected in so many different ways. I remember when I first started modeling, over a year and a half ago…I had no idea what to do in front of that camera. I would switch from pose to pose between flashes, hoping it looked okay. I literally looked like a deer in headlights. A few different photographers tried to play music to help me loosin up, but I was too shy and embarassed to really let myelf go. Today, when I walk on set to a shoot, I’m ready to kill it. Only time and repetition broke the ice that kept me so frigid in front of the camera. I truely beleive modeling should be a movement caused my a specific emotion. “Posing” is overrated. I say, If you really want to get some killer images…or killer results in ANYTHING, move for em’! Never be afraid to look like an idiot, in front of the camera or not. What I’m saying applies to just about any feat you may be trying to over come in life. Only time and repetition can ensure accuracy in acheiving your goals. And through those times, and during those repeated tries, break the mold each and every time.