Professionalism, Integrity and Ethics. These three ideas will help you build a career on and give you the opportunity to succeed in your profession. If you are ready to take the first step then start here and learn more about Model Boot Camp.
Making modeling a business - Model Boot Camp can help you build a career on and give you the opportunity to succeed in your profession.
Model Boot Camp offers you an unparalleled opportunity to work with some of the industry best resources, come in contact with fantastic small business & vendors and learn what it takes to make it one of the most competitive professions you have chosen.
SHOOT LOCATION ASSISTANCE
My Modeling Boot Camp can help you find that perfect location or add additional models for a shoot to hiring a photographer to oversee your project. Inquire today on how MBC can make your next project easier.
My Modeling Boot Camp is model and photographer mentoring. Its main focus is mentoring models who are either just beginning or fairly new to the modeling industry. My Modeling Boot Camp is an educational resource for booking your assignments, networking, building rapport, understanding your finances, execution of your shoot, and other business facets of the industry.
Photographers can learn from others on how they can better communicate, market, and build rapport in the modeling industry. They can also avoid several pitfalls that are common in this ever changing industry. From the assignment to safety, there are tons of things to learn to make your business more professional. Communication, perception, and execution. Time to make the runway happen.
If you are 18 years or older and want to learn more about how to become a successful freelance model this Model Boot Camp is design for!
What others say about us
I have been beyond blessed these past few days to work with Yamaha Motorcycles to help model their newest apparel line! Thank you to Ashleighe Morgan and her business, Model Bootcamp for finding me in high school and continuously seeing my potential and helping me book this paid photoshoot. If you have any interest in modeling please send her a message to not only make a connection but potentially start a career doing what you love. All of the photographs will be released throughout the new year so I’ll be posting as I receive them. Much love to you Ashleigh and I look forward to working with you in the near future!
Going to the My Modeling Boot Camp was actually an eye opening experience! I learn a number of tricks of the trade, got lots of really good advice, pointers and guidelines. I learned that this IS a business and being able to promote yourself properly is paramount! My Modeling Boot Camp camp is not for the faint of heart ! If you really want to be A Professional Freelance Model and learn the right way and can put aside your EGO and be open to listening and take to heart what being offered and a little constructive criticism,be broken down and built up as a Poised, Professional Well- rounded Freelance Model then My Modeling Boot Camp is for you!
My Modeling Boot Camp will give me the opportunity and freedom to grow as an artist as well as the opportunity to share my knowledge with others. I take pride in knowing that I can use my creativity and photographic knowledge to help others take that next step in their professional careers.
I think MMBC will be great for modeling community for several reason. It will allow models the opportunity to work on projects that have been vetted and are safe. A lot of times eager new models jump at every opportunity put in front of them, sometimes these opportunities turn out to be scams. MMBC will provide both models photographers exposure to clients that we probably wouldn’t have access to. From what I have seen there are a lot of avenues for networking between business owners, models and photographers out there. MMBC will be that bridge to connect all parties. Lastly MMBC will provide mentoring from different avenues in the industry. The information that new models get will put them many steps ahead of their colleagues that entered the industry around the same time that didn’t participate in the program.