Thursday, October 13, 2016

Fall beauty favorites

Not only does the weather take a turn as summer wraps up, but so do our beauty routines. We tuck away our bright, warm-weather favorites and look forward to fall's makeup trends. This season, we welcome some fresh, new looks for fall 2016. While there are so many fun and unique new trends, Pro Model & Talent has picked five favorites that cannot be missed.

Glittery Lids
Glitter is making a comeback in the most sophisticated, classy way. As a perfect look for blue and brown eyes, gold sparkle adds a pop to the eye and can be swiped across the lid for an effortless, yet unique way to brighten up your look. When wearing this, keep the remainder of makeup fairly simple so the focus can be on the sparkle reflecting from the eyes.
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Bold Lashes
Whether your eye makeup is simple or more dramatic, lashes make for a perfect addition to any look. Apply falsies day or night, drawing attention to the eyes to create the illusion of long, fluttery eyelashes. For a daytime look, keep makeup simple to focus on bold eyelashes. To transition to nighttime, add a smokey eye, or neutral, sparkly shadows, like mentioned above, to dramatize the look of darker, longer lashes.

Flushed Cheeks
This season, beauty enthusiasts take on a new trend: flushed and rosy, glowing cheeks. Instead of super-structured contouring, softly bronze areas of the face such as the hairline, cheeks and jawline, and swipe rosy blush on the apples of the cheeks for soft color. For a dewy finish, add highlighter to the highest point of the cheekbones, down the nose and dust over the lips' cupid's bow.

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Gothic Lips
What better time than fall for dark, vampy lips? As colors are changing and the weather gets cooler, incorporate a deeper shade into your lipstick routine. Wear a dark plum or rich red, keeping all other makeup very neutral. This will focus on the bold lip without looking overdone. 

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Soft Brows
As bold eyebrows have taken over recent beauty trends, this season calls for a softer, less dramatic look. Simply brush up the brows and use a pomade or pencil to fill in the natural stroke of hairs. This will put a new spin on defined brows, while softening up the face for a fresh fall look.

By Jessica Kemelhar

Sunday, October 9, 2016

Extras Needed for a National Athletic Clothing Company!


Extras Needed for a National Athletic Clothing Company!

This is a paid opportunity!

Date you must be available: Sunday, October 16th
(Due to weather and scheduling, the client may have to change date)

This is a wonderful opportunity!

• Must be 18 years or older
• All ethnicities
• All heights
• You do not have to be listed with PMTM

If you are interested, email for more information.
Include your name, that you are available for the date, and you are interested in receiving additional information. At that time, we will send you the information regarding time, location, and rate.

*No Calls to the Agency!*
**If you are exclusive with another agency, we cannot submit you for this project!**
*** For those that are with PMTM you will be receiving an email on Sunday from us with all of the information in regard to this booking.

If you are not with us this is something you want to submit for!
Great paid opportunity! You can have fun be on set and make money!

Please share share share!!

Thursday, October 6, 2016

Austin Jordan Brito: Life in L.A.

     Thirteen-year-old Austin Jordan Brito is nothing shy of a triple threat. Already as an accomplished singer, actor, and dancer, it is only just the beginning of his career. As he grows in the industry, Pro Model & Talent stays up to date on his current industry work.
     Not only is Austin just a singer, actor, and dancer, he also practices martial arts and plays the viola and guitar. He is a songwriter as well. The teenager, originally from Parma, Ohio, has played with the Trans-Siberian Orchestra and has debuted his own first single song. Additionally, two new singles of his can be expected to release this month.
     Brito participated in IMTA 2015 in New York City and loved the experience. He currently resides in Los Angeles.
     "The experience at IMTA was hectic...but so much fun," Brito's mother, Sharon, told Pro Model & Talent. "He loved everything about it! He got several callbacks and we all learned a lot!"
     By moving to California to further his career, Brito dove into multiple activities as a young performer. While attending Village Christian School in Sun Valley and excelling in areas such as science and social studies, he also dances at Millennium Dance Complex with Lindsay Taylor and takes voice lessons with Justin Kopplin. He has participated in acting with Margie Haber and practices martial arts with Mike Chat, all under the management of Mireille Wilson with Midwest Talent.
     In Studio City, Brito practices dance with Lindsay Taylor and takes voice lessons with Justin Kopplin. Taylor started professionally dancing at age nine, and by ten years old was teaching kids and teen hip hop at Millennium Dance Complex, still instructing there to this day. She has choreographed for various shows and movies, including Disney and Nickelodeon productions. Kopplin, resident director of music at Millennium Dance Complex since 2002, has appeared in many movies and directed numerous plays. He has sang at venues such as the Kennedy Center, the Sydney Opera House and on Jimmy Kimmel Live.
     Margie Haber, known as Hollywood's top audition coach, holds forty years of experience in the acting industry and opened her own studio in 1986. Brito, along with students throughout the world, have taken her classes that have been around for decades. Additionally, her studio has two apps, and her book, "How to Get the Part...Without Falling Apart!", has been used in colleges and drama schools across the world.
     When Brito is not singing, dancing, or acting, he can be found practicing martial arts at XMA, the center for Extreme Martial Arts. Mike Chat, founder of the company, also known as the former blue Power Ranger, has opened over 1300 facilities worldwide. He has trained actors such as Brad Pitt, George Clooney, and Matt Damon.
     As Austin Jordan Brito is a normal teenager who loves typical activities such as football, swimming and basketball, he also lives the life of an evolving performer. He has come so far in his young career and Pro Model & Talent continues to see him working hard towards fulfilling all of his dreams in Los Angeles.

By Jessica Kemelhar

Biography information: Millennium Dance Complex, Margie Haber Studio, and XMA websites.

Saturday, October 1, 2016

PMTM Photographer: Emily Metzger

Pro-Model and Talent is thrilled to announce we are now working with another wonderful photographer! We welcome Emily Metzger to the PMTM Family! You can learn more about Emily below!

What type of photography do you do most? 
Lifestyle, catalog and fashion photography.

PMTM Model, Nina L.
What is your favorite thing to photograph and why?
National and International models for their grace, precision and experience.

Who is the most famous person you have photographed? Jeff Downie.

When did you discover you wanted to be a photographer?
At the age of 12. My dad gave me a black and white film camera and he started teaching me about photography. I chose to be a photographer because it reminds me of my dad.

What would be your dream destination assignment? 
Shooting a swimsuit/catalog job in the Maldives.

Describe your photographic style. 
Natural light with shallow depth of field.

What life lessons has being a photographer taught you? 
When running a successful photography business taking pictures is a small percentage of what you actually do. Taking pretty pictures will only get you so far. Knowing business and servicing people … that is key.

Written by: Josephine Wheeler

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

PMTM's Latest Success as a Result of IMTA

Pro-Model and Talent has been very successful at placing models and actors, not only locally, but nationally and internationally as well. Recently, models and talent who came from Pro-Model and Talent have been busy at work. Many of these models and actors are doing things they never dreamed of.

Frankie W. recently had a guest starring role on Henry Danger, a Nickelodeon television show.
Aria S. was in Rosewood on Fox and had a lead role in a feature film, Deathcamp.
Markus S. had a guest starring role on Mary+Jane on MTV.
Duncan A. had a lead in a new pilot and his 7th national commercial.
Kylie D. has been in LA since January and booked a guest star on Right Off the Boat and 4 national commercials.
Jermaine M. and Emily W. had a lead in a music video (a major one).
Pat S. booked a web series in NYC, and is working at the Met Opera in NYC as an actor.
Rich M. has been in NYC for two weeks and has already booked a Tommy Hilfiger fashion week show and worked for a Tom Ford Event.
Andrea D. booked many NYC fashion week shows and is constantly going from one show to the next.
Mikaela W. landed a spot in the "Classical Luxury Show" in Boston Fashion Week.
Emilie W. has a national Proactiv commercial that is airing everywhere!
Josh M. has booked TWO National Commercials in two weeks! One was even for a huge National Candy Company!

Our models and talent also credit back to the support system Pro-Model and Talent gives each one of them:

"PMTM is without a doubt the best agency in the tri-state area. Not only do they have a staff that guides you and pushes you to be your best, but they also prepare you beyond the average preparation of others that you will witness at IMTA. IMTA was an experience of a lifetime that I will NEVER forget. It has started the building blocks to my career like many others and as long as I continue to have trust in myself and the staff at PMTM, I will succeed beyond measures once imagined. If you have the opportunity like I did, take it because most aspiring actors/models/singers/dancers will never see an opportunity like this." - Jeff V., IMTA NY '16
"PMTM has opened a door for the McLeod Family that we did not know existed. They not only identified the talent Keith has, but they critiqued his skills in a way that has opened many doors for him. The IMTA experience gave him the confidence and exposure to move forward with his talent. PMTM has been very hands-on in connecting Keith to all of the right people that will help him build his skills and talent. We have gained a lot of support from PMTM, not only professionally, but they have become like family. This LA experience has been great. We never thought 6 months ago that we would have walked in the doors of Disney and Nickelodeon, but PMTM created that opportunity. - Lilly Davenport, Mom of IMTA NY '16
"The support that PMTM gives you through your IMTA journey isn't just support. They aren't only training you to take IMTA by storm, they teach you how to talk, impress, and inspire other people. Which is an amazing tool for an actor. To be able to act, you need to be able to live, love, and love to live. To be present in the moment...which PMTM makes you aware of from day one! I am and will always be loyal to PMTM." - Duncan A., IMTA NY '13 
"My daughter, Kaitlin, works with PMTM as a model. She started her journey with PMTM mainly to build her confidence and to explore what possibilities might open up to her.  We decided to send her to IMTA so she could continue to learn to work as a model and to see what type of agencies might be interested in her look.  Since going to IMTA, Kaitlin has signed with Wilhelmina Worldwide, works with Bass International and modeled for JaStar models in Shanghai, China.  Her development in the past two years has been simply amazing.  She went from a shy girl with low self-esteem to a young woman who loves meeting new people and experiencing new things.  Her time in Shanghai showed us just how much she wants to work as a model and the discipline it takes to work in another country.  While in Shanghai, Mary at PMTM communicated with us almost on a daily basis, just to make sure things were going well and to stay updated.  Throughout the process the staff at PMTM has worked very hard to place and to develop Kaitlin. If a model is willing to work hard to pursue their goals, PMTM will work just as hard to help someone reach them. Those that Kaitlin has met through PMTM feels like an extended family to her. They support, encourage and push her to be the best she can be.  We look forward to seeing what the future holds for Kaitlin as we know that this is just the very beginning of her career!" - Anna Meadows, Mom of IMTA LA '15

IMTA is your chance to follow your dreams. Many of our models and talent would not be as successful without having the opportunity of attending IMTA and making their dreams a reality. It is about the relationships you build and the experience you create. This kind of support would not be found anywhere else. When our models and talent are successful is when we know we have been successful. 

Written by: Josephine Wheeler

Friday, September 23, 2016

PMTM Photographer: Casey Rearick

Casey Rearick is one of Pro-Model and Talent Mgmt.'s photographers we work with. You can learn more about Casey below!

What type of photography do you do most? 
Most of the photography I shoot is commercial and editorial or centers around people. Being in Cleveland, I can't really be specialized, you need to be able to shoot food, product, people - lifestyle and fashion, all of it! 

What do you enjoy photographing the most and why?
What I enjoy photographing the most is people - be it fashion, portrait, or lifestyle. In many ways, interacting with the subject is a whole other art form. And when you're able to help being something of them they've been struggling to get out, or didn't know they had. It's a great feeling - seeing the excitement on their faces and watching them get excited, it's always fun. I also love shooting men's fashion. I'm a huge fan of men's clothing.

Who is the most famous person you have photographed?
The most famous person I ever photographed is UFC Heavyweight Champion, Stipe Miocic.

When did you discover you wanted to be a photographer?
I first discovered I wanted to be in the arts at a very young age, particularly a screenwriter for feature films, or a cinematographer. When I eventually decided to go back to school, I enrolled in the film program at Cuyahoga Community College. One of the required classes was Intro to Digital Photography. From there, I quickly realized it was a lot "easier" to be a photographer than a film maker. I could go out every day, take photos, or recruit my friends to photograph, come home, go over the images and critique myself day in and day out. Whereas it would take so much more time and dependence on other people to create films. 

What would be your dream destination assignment?
My dream destination assignment would be in a huge studio with a limitless budget! I much prefer to shoot in studio than on location, but I'm open to shooting anywhere (for all of you potential clients reading this, haha!)

Describe your photographic style.
I would describe my photographic style as commercial - clean, well exposed, and controlled.

What life lessons has being a photographer taught you?
The life lessons being a photographer has taught me, particularly a freelance photographer, are: be nice, considerate, and a pleasure to be around, your livelihood depends on it! It's also taught me to have tick skin. Your work will NOT be for everyone, and that's okay. Another key thing it has taught me is how to manage my money. Being freelance, you never know when your next paycheck is coming - being a photographer is not all fun and happiness. It's constant work. 10% of my job is shooting, the other 90% is emails, follow up emails, meetings, trying to get meetings, editing, editing, editing...did I mention editing? My portfolio and website, sending out promos, hard copies of emails. It's a lot of work! Thousands of people are right behind me, nipping at my heels, dying to do what I do. Day in and day out I'm amazed I get paid to do what I do. Be humble, and don't take anything for granted.

Written by: Josephine Wheeler

Six designers that stood out at New York Fashion Week

For New York Fashion Week, the Big Apple welcomes the immense celebration of fashion, where designers, models, and industry professionals gather together for the most talked about events in the industry of the year. Each season, designers surprise industry professionals and the public alike by introducing fresh, new, unexpected looks. While there are so many incredible designers and collections for Spring 2017, Pro Model & Talent looks at six designers that could not be missed at this week-long convention.

Marc Jacobs models stepped out on the runway with a new perspective. All wearing multicolored, pastel dreadlocked hairstyles, they dominated the fashion scene with this unique look that was fresh to the runway. Their gorgeous locks paired well with Jacobs' 80's styled, grungy collection. The collection featured fun, funky outfits, incorporating pops of pastels and distressed denim. The models' outfits were completed with cropped bomber or trench jackets and chunky high heels, some with printed knee-high socks.      

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Ralph Lauren introduced a washed and Western collection at Fashion Week. Models walked wearing flannel prints, suede textures, and washed-out leather. Commonly seen in his collection were draped dresses and high waisted silhouettes, belted flannels, and collared shirts. Accessorized fringe accents took over the runway, incorporated into the models' looks. Lauren took a fresh, fun spin on Western-wear, introducing grungy, yet effortless and soft looks.

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Out of nowhere, Lauren throws sleek, sophisticated evening gowns into the mix. As a model steps out in a sharp, stunning purple gown, his whole collection took a new spin. Just when it was unexpected, a "pop" of color and surprise was added that seemed to complete to his collection.

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Coach stepped onto the scene with a completely new look for the brand. Models wearing grungy, rocker-styled pieces owned the runway. They incorporated floral, feminine lace into these looks to balance girl and grunge. Where the public familiarizes with Coach's saddle bags and iconic prints, this season's handbags reflected their new, darker look: small, leather bags with a chained strap - different from the Coach "norm", some including fringe and different textures. Models graced the runway grasping the chained bag in their hand, while flaunting this unexpected, fun look for Coach.

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Alexander Wang always surprises viewers with his unique shows and collections, and this season introduces a sportswear collaboration with Adidas. The collection features athletic tops, bottoms, and sneakers, all stamped with an upside down Adidas logo. Differing from his work with Adidas, his other looks featured a soft, beachy vibe. These included cropped tanks, loose shirts and sweaters. Lacey, pajama-like styles, distressed denims, and pops of neon color were all incorporated. A standout look from his collection were tops that criss-crossed down the torso to the waist. These tops were styled for many of Wang's different looks.

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Tommy Hilfiger is known for his iconic "Americana" looks, where his smooth and simple styles give a laid-back, yet patriotic vibe. This season, Hilfiger models, including social media superstar Gigi Hadid, walked in military-style wear, with embellished jackets and cropped varsity sweaters, with commonly incorporated leather and fringe fabrics. Standout looks from the Hilfiger show were fringed, choker bandanas worn around the neck. Hilfiger took the trend to new heights by incorporating them with a new twist into his own pieces. Unexpectedly, a model steps out in an floral printed, bohemian-style dress. This stunning gown flowed as she walked down the runway, throwing a soft, feminine look into the mix.

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Michael Kors embraced his sleek, sophisticated style in New York by embodying the look of the "working woman". Models walked in stylish, yet professional trench jackets and dresses, making a statement for working women across the world. These effortlessly sharp styles graced the runway with fresh, yet iconic Kors pieces. Supermodel Kendall Jenner dominated the runway, gracefully wearing Kors' soft and feminine floral dress, with popping blue, brown and white tones. His collection included neutral hues with pale colors, sweaters, vests and belted waist silhouettes.

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Throughout the year, designers work endlessly to prepare for their New York moments. Common trends Pro Model & Talent has seen for this season are loose and oversized silhouettes and dark and grungy themes, yet soft and feminine ones as well. The individual is celebrated this season at Fashion Week, where the ultimate goal of each designer is to bring something unique and memorable to the new season.

By Jessica Kemelhar

National Talent of the Week: Kiri Stevens

National Talent of the Week

Favorite Modeling/Acting Job:
Microsoft Campaigns and the pilot I did with Whoopi Goldberg.

Favorite Fashion Look:
Sophisticated and Edgy. Usually Gucci, Versace, Calvin Klein, and Prada are some of my favorites.

Fashion Icon:

Favorite Place You've Visited:

One Place You Wish to Visit:

How did you feel at your first ever fashion show/photoshoot/filming?
I was so nervous the very first time, which is normal!

Favorite Song:
There are so many. I LOVE music, but my favorite currently is probably the entire album by Rihanna called "ANTi" and the song "Lake by the Ocean" by Maxwell.

Interesting Fact About you:
I've lost over 240 pounds now since I was 18 years old and it's one of my most proudest accomplishments because I got my health in order and I did it the natural way first and foremost to feel better about myself and for myself. I feel so much better and I'm so excited to help and inspire people on their own journey.

Best On-Set Story:
There are so many. Probably one that comes to mind was when I worked with Charlie Sheen on "Anger Management". He was so funny and interesting.

When Not Modeling/Acting You Are:
In the gym working out, working on my other projects, or driving to an audition!

Favorite Movie:
The Godfather and Mean Girls.

What would you be doing if you weren't acting/modeling?
I can't see myself doing anything else, maybe I would go to Law School.

One thing you would do to change the world?
I would fight everyday to make sure we all have nothing but peace and love for each other and show people that the world needs love an unity above everything else.

What's your favorite thing about acting/modeling?
Meeting so many wonderful people and working with different people almost always.

One word to describe your personal style?

Which actor/actress inspires you the most?
Jennifer Lopez.

How has it been moving from Ohio to LA?
I currently live in Sherman Oaks, which is pretty much in the middle of everything and close enough to all areas in LA. La is very different from Ohio. It's very fast paced, always changing, lots of traffic, and amazing weather.

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?
Starring in my own sitcom, producing my own films, starting my own Entertainment company, and just being happy and healthy with where I will be at the time. Thank you all so much and love what you do because you love it.

PMTM models at New York Fashion Week

Twice a year, models from all over the world gather in New York City to represent different designers and brands for New York Fashion Week, also referred to as NYFW. As these are the nation's most publicized moments for fashion, models are carefully selected to walk these New York runways. Two of Pro Model & Talent's very own traveled to the Big Apple to walk in multiple shows for the Spring 2017 season.

Andrea Debevc, a PMTM model, walked in six shows for NYFW: Michael Costello, Malan Breton, Just In Case, Rohitava Banerjee, Berenik, and Pelush. Rich Martin, also a PMTM model, walked for Tom Ford and Tommy Hilfiger.

Michael Costello is a formal, red carpet gown designer. He was self-taught and has been featured in Vogue. Costello has dressed Toni Braxton, Paris Hilton, and Celine Dion. He designed a Grammy's gown for Beyonce, which is recognized as a "career defining moment" for him.

Costello's spring show featured rich, bold colors, such as deep purples, wine-colored reds, emerald greens, and stunning black ensembles. Costello incorporated lace and floral details into his designs, including accessorizing floral headpieces with many models' looks. His dresses included deep and daring plunging necklines, unique textures and detailed tailoring.

Debevc walking Michael Costello. Photo | PMTM.

Malan Breton displayed a consistent theme with his New York show. His collection among men and women consisted of gold metallics mixed with sheer, delicate florals and dark denim. Women wore their waistlines cinched with printed belts. Gold, textured blazers were seen along the runway among the male and female models alike. The ladies wore long, feminine gowns that incorporated the gentle, floral prints. Men wore jackets with the dark denim styled into their looks.

Breton, known for his suits, shift dresses and gowns, founded his own collection in 2005. His first flagship store was opened in New York City. His well known, intricate detailing sells to retailers across the world. He has dressed stars such as Ariana Grande, Scarlett Johansson, and Michael Buble.

Debevc walking Malan Breton. Photo | PMTM.

Just In Case, led by Taiwanese designer Chou Yu-Ying, is a Chinese street-style brand that is part of the Nolcha shows at New York Fashion Week. Yu-Ying first presented his label at Tokyo Fashion Week, a brand with urban flair and punk details.

For his spring and summer collection, Yu-Ying put a unique spin on traditional Chinese prints. He incorporated bright patterns, colors and metallics into different pieces. Ladies wore one-of-a-kind A-line dresses and embellished outfits. Men and women both wore slide sandals and sneakers on the feet.

Debevc walking Just In Case. Photo | PMTM.
Rohitava Banerjee, also a part of the Nolcha shoes at NYFW, used bold, yet traditional patterns in his designs. From women's dresses to men's suits, he incorporated unique shapes and metallics among his different styles. Ladies' dresses displayed unique, detailed designs and necklines.

Banerjee is a New York-based designer whom had studied at Parson's School in NYC. He combines history and modern life into his designs for a fresh, yet traditional look.

Berenik, led by designer Veronica Bruse, is a Swiss fashion brand. The company is headquartered in Switzerland with their clothing available in boutiques across the world.

Berenik models wore black, pastels and light, cool colors. Commonly seen garments were sheer, collared, button down shirts and printed tops, body suits, and dresses. The looks were accessorized with jackets, sleek bags, sneakers and boat-style shoes.

Pelush, a luxury faux-fur brand, brought a unique, new perspective to fur at NYFW. Their long jackets and textured dresses brought many different concepts of using faux fur to the runway. The looks, some accompanied with delicate details and cinched waists, brought a unique side of textures and fabrics to Fashion Week.

Tom Ford, walked by Pro Model & Talent's very own Rich Martin, featured a 70's vibe this season in New York. The menswear included turtleneck sweaters under different textured, colored and printed blazers. Accompanied with dark colored dress pants and leather jackets, the men wore shaggy hair and aviator sunglasses to give off a dark, mysterious look. They wore long trench jackets and suits, introducing some fresh styles for the spring from Ford.

Tom Ford, whom had studied at Parson's School in New York, gained his fame as the creative director for Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent. He had left working for another name to create his own, which resulted in his own multi-billion dollar brand.

Martin at Tom Ford. Photo | PMTM.
Tommy Hilfiger's spring menswear features bright colors and prints; such as stripes and florals. Garments seen are track jackets and collared shirts, with slide sandals and sneakers on the feet.

Hilfiger's "Americana" brand took off in 1984 when launching his iconic men's sportswear, while already having several stores opened in the '70s. He thrives off of his red, white and blue themes; the patriotic look that his brand is known for.

As Spring 2017 Fashion Week came to a close, the fashion industry doesn't slow down one bit. Pro Model & Talent models, such as Andrea Debevc and Rich Martin, who walked in these shows, keep on working at furthering their careers. Designers, models and industry professionals alike prepare for next season, when everyone gathers back in the Big Apple once again.

By Jessica Kemelhar

International Model of the Week: Isabella Jiang

International Model of the Week

Fashion Icon:
Gabrielle Bonheur Chanel.

Favorite Place You've Visited:
New York City.

One Place You Wish to Visit:
Now it's Japan.

Favorite Song:
Recently is "The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face" by Roberta Flack.

Interesting Fact About you:
I welcome critics as compliments.

Best On-Set Story:
Taking a shower in ketchup. It was a short film I did as a lead actress, one scene I had to shampoo my hair in ketchup. The director kept adding more ketchup to my thick hair. My hair smelled like ketchup for a week. The director and I have become really good friends since.

When Not Modeling/Acting You Are:
Learning, being in a class, reading a book, or watching a movie.

Favorite Movie:
I laughed at the Angry Bird movie pretty hard.

What would you be doing if you weren't acting/modeling?
Maybe have a small bakery of my own, would be living a different life for sure.

One thing you would do to change the world?
I would start with myself, be the best of me, all starts with the smallest things, world is a small place after all...

What's your favorite thing about acting/modeling?
I get to travel, and the best thing about traveling is I get to meet people and experience life, for me it's all about living the life.

One word to describe your personal style?

Which actor/actress inspires you the most?
I get inspired by many, most recently, James Spader.

How has it been moving from Ohio to LA? NY?
Overwhelmingly amazing. I started driving from Toledo, Ohio to Nww York, lived in New Jersey and Queens and Manhattan NYC, then moved to Los Angeles. From most east side to the south Los Angeles and moving to west Hollywood now... I know it sounds like a lot, true, it's all for me part of the life as an international model and talent, it's part of the job to be available migrating all the time. It has been an amazing journey.