MBC Vendors

My Modeling Boot Camp has a variety of vendors that are available to assist you in getting you the look that you are wanting for your shoot. From basic wardrobe to skincare for your red-carpet event. Ask them about how they can tailor their products and services for you!

To learn more about becoming a vendor click here and be sure to look over the current vendors, available here.

Happy 4th of July

Wishing everybody a fun, festive and safe 4th of July weekend!

Memorial Day

From all of us here at My Modeling Boot Camp have a fun & safe Memorial Day Weekend! Let us Celebrate, Honor and Remember our fallen heroes.

Scott Gibson Studios

NEW Scott Gibson Images

My Modeling Boot Camp got some new images posted for Photography Specialist Scott Gibson Studios – check them out at http://mymodelingbootcamp.com/scott-gibson-photography-specialist/

Overbooking

It happens. We try to work with everyone and then the shoot either runs longer, traffic, and everything else happens. The next assignment is furious! I actually got burned on this two times and then decided that I was never going to book two assignments in a day. Not just because my look was not going to be as fresh as it was at 6 am but, that I would have someone waiting.
The courtesy of this is to only book one shoot or to leave enough time to have ample buffer for the next assignment. And also let the first assignment know when you need to leave.

Communication is everything. You need to be honest with yourself and with each team on whether you can actually pull off several shoots in a day. And still look amazing. Also to look rested. Be professional in this. If it is not feasible, then move around the schedule so that it is. They will thank you for it!!

Never Work With

I hear this a lot. I see the screen shots and it is a little funny in some cases. I know that there is text that comes across the wrong way. It happens. But honestly, some people just want to argue, debate, and have the last word. If you are not going to work with someone, just say that, and move on. It really is that simple.

Unless this is a predator, scammer, or fraud, you don’t know that this person is really someone to spread the word not to work with. You can give someone insight but, unless you have firsthand accounts on things, you better just steer clear. Assemble the facts for presentation. Make sure you have all of them before making this sort of post or call out. You never know if they might try to go after you for slander or libel.