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Attention Models and Talent. It has been brought to my attention that there is a man named “Fresh” saying he works with Carinae Casting , uses a CarinaeStudios email address and is trying to meet up with models. A model was worried about her safety and decided to so her research. This is what she wrote me…
“I have been contacted by a “Fresh” I just wanted to see if he was actually
affiliated with your company only because he doesn’t have the same domain as
your site… plus I didn’t see his name on the website either. I am a model
and I just need to know for my security.”
If you don’t receive and email from the carinaecasting.com website or carinaecasting [at] aol [dot] com it is not us! You can always double check on our website. We post all our castings and we have contact information on the website. Models/Talent make sure you do your research. If someone says that they are an agency, please take the time to try to google them or ask around. You can always go on twitter, facebook, or myspace to ask the public if they have heard of the agency.
Thank you for taking the time…smile, shine and be safe!
The Carinae Agency
By: Dawn Montgomery
Let the story be told: My peers suggest that it is easier to do what everyone else around you may be doing to get ahead. My peers state that being a nice & humble woman will only get you a mountain of heartache in this industry. The modeling industry is not something that can be conquered overnight. Whether it is high fashion or urban modeling, you have to find your niche and really work hard to make a name for yourself. It really takes determination and perseverance to really endure the hardships that this industry brings.
The urban modeling industry is stereotyped as the home of countless TFPs, curvaceous women that are exploited, and the lowest paying unstable job in America. It is an industry that some women think it is easier to take the back door, when really you must do everything properly and in order. As a model you should set a standard and work hard to keep it. You have to keep a certain focus and use your personal industry positioning plan to direct your path. If you do not understand how this industry works then this is not the place for you.
Some model’s careers have died slowly due to these causes:
Overexposed body parts
Laziness towards their education of the industry
Deaths of the M.O.D.E.L are being executed now as we speak. Some are dying slowly. Some are dying quickly. There are a few that will be saved by their willingness to adapt and overcome the adversities that are faced in this industry. The many hurdles that I have personally jumped over come with an award-winning transforming piece of art that has cried, sweated, and yelled over countless opportunities missed. I am a simple woman that has grown to understand that her beauty is beyond what is seen on the outside, but what has been educated and nurtured on the inside.
What is inside of me is a heart that beats passion for what I have used to be visible and try to reach the masses of the uneducated. It is hard to master the art of modeling, but if you come into the industry with some knowledge of how things work then you have a higher chance of succeeding. Nothing is given to you. You have to have the necessary tools that are needed to succeed in this industry. Forget what everyone else is doing and focus on what you need to do individually and not fall victim to the dying breed. This may offend my industry connects, but there is a continuous need to stress the reality of this leeching industry.
Do not become another modeling statistic.
Focus on what you can bring new to the industry besides another young woman who thought they could model because of club photos, home portraits, and your lost desire to be wanted. Be a face and voice within your community. Use your career as a way to help bring light to a situation within your life or community. The Death of an M.O.D.E.L does not have to affect you directly, but the cause of death can help guide you to a better career path. If you are a model then prove it. We will see who will outlive the dying breed that walks among us now… Death of an M.O.D.E.L… Moment of SILENCE!
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