It might be a good idea to re-think the modelling name.
Having the word "sexy" in your name usually makes people cringe a little, plus you list lots of styles of modelling you would be willing to do - all of which aren't "sexy" so you don't want to pigeon hole yourself into always doing "sexy". I know others have mentioned the scatty part (a heads up that scat is the type of porn where people poop on each other) - in Scotland though the term "Scatty" usually refers to people who are a little scatterbrain's - as in they can't remember what day it is/ where they left their keys or even what bus to get on - which isn't things you want to admit to doing if you are trying to come off as a professional/reliable model who will turn up on time with the right clothing etc.
It looks to me like you have done one boudoir shoot - which is great but only seeking paid work and classing yourself as a semi profession means you might struggle to actually get much paid work, people generally book models who have a varied portfolio doing different styles and in different settings so it gives them an idea of what the model is capable of. I've modelled over 6 years now and would never rule out collaborative shots - especially if they enhance my portfolio and lead others to booking a shoot with me.
Names pretty off putting and the port certainly doesn't reflect: Status: Semi Professional Level: Experienced Will Accept: Paid work only Also you look like you are grimacing in most of the photos.
When you say: "I have done a strip poker site and i have also done a lingerie shoot." you can hardly call yourself "expereinced" and frankly few will pay you at this stage based on your current portfolio.
Any paid work will almost inevitably be nude or topless - and you have no examples of this on your profile. Not a good start!
maybe pick a name of a character in a book you like/film although to make it unique to you it might be better to add something after it - example "Lara (as in croft) Rose (a flower)..
Mines is quite boring but its easy to remember/spell and nobody else uses it.
So if you think of a name you like google check it isn't already being used by somebody else
Add some full length shots, front,back and side if possible. Both lingerie and nude if those are the levels you want to specialise in. Also, a range of head shots using different expressions. It takes time to build up a portfolio, so don't panic! Definitely don't rule out tf work if you can find good photographers who are willing to collaborate.
Posted 17 Dec 2013
Edited by Lisaliz 17 Dec 2013
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