There is more to the modeling world than the media lets on. If you want to find out what it really takes and how to manage your modeling career, then you've come to the right place! This blog is dedicated to the aspiring and already established models who live to defy the standards and stereotypes in order to make a place for themselves in this crazy industry.

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Saturday, April 12, 2008

Dania Denise TV Interview: "Real Model Talk"

So I had the opportunity to be interviewed for a really awesome new television show called "Read Model Talk," which spotlights local up and coming and already established models in the Bay Area (Northern California for those of you not from around these parts). The director and interviewer, Mark D, was so nice and fun to work with. We shot on location in Oakland near Jack London Square on a beautiful, sunny day.

The episode aired a few weeks ago on a local channel so it wasn't worldwide but with the talent and direction that Mark is going with his television show, producing and directing, I have no doubt that it will only be a matter of time before all of his projects hit it big-time. Thanks, for a great time, Mark!!!

If any local models are from the Bay Area or surrounding parts and would like to be interviewed, Real Model Talk is always looking for the next model to spotlight. Shoot an email to mdouglas15@gmail.com and/or check out his site: www.visualchameleon.com.


Fashion Addict said...

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Fashion Addict said...

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leslie said...

your blog is so interesting. i didnt really know there was a modeling industry at all in the bay area besides some local commercial agencies with horrible looking websites and branches of elite, etc. who tell you not to even bother to show up for open calls if youre not 5'9. cool to know, though. (: