Finding Your Inner Model

Finding Your Inner Model

by Susan Neuhalfen

Have you ever dreamed of being a model? There’s a new business in Argyle designed to help you experience that dream and you might just end up in front of industry professionals in the process.

“We have spots available for aspiring models, models interested in adding to their current portfolios or anyone who just wants to have some cool photos taken,” said Amy. “You don’t have to be a model, it’s open to anyone who wants to participate.”

Camellia Concepts has themed photo shoots with visual artsy stages and wardrobes. Amy develops these themes with professional photographers and together they collaborate on the scenery as well as the wardrobe. Amy insists that all of the photography is done tastefully.

“I’m very sensitive to how the beauty industry treats women and how it can affect self-esteem,” said Amy. “This is open to anyone who wants to grow and have fun.”

Though it’s not always promised, there are industry professionals who sometimes attend including talent agency reps and bloggers. The photographers are professional modeling photographers and they work with Amy on the theme for that month. Some images from the event are printed in fashion magazines.

In September, they will be holding a model boot camp and photography workshop. This camp is geared toward aspiring models learning how to pose and how to walk based on the fashion photography industry. Anyone interested may sign up on their Facebook page, Camellia Concepts: photography shootouts and boutique workshops.

The most important thing to Amy, is that her clients have fun and enjoy the experience.

“Beauty is channeled from heart, mind and soul,” said Amy. “We are here to help those who want to find that beauty in themselves.”


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