Your Modeling Career: You Don't Have to be a Supermodel to Succeed

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Allworth Press, 2000 - Business & Economics - 255 pages
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Newly updated to cover the latest changes in the industry, this comprehensive guide proves that you don't have to be drop-dead gorgeous or a size two to make a living as a model. Former Ford model Debbie Press reveals how talent and desire can be just as important as raw beauty in the fast-paced world of modeling. Going beyond the runway, Your Modeling Career explores all aspects of this diverse industry, including: high fashion, editorial print modeling, catalog work, commercial print, petite, or large-size, shoe, hand, jewelry, hair, fit, and character modeling. A great resource for aspiring models of all ages and types, chapters cover: building a portfolio and finding an agency; avoiding scams; jumpstarting a career in your own backyard; making ends meet in a new city; international modeling markets; staying healthy and fit; packing your makeup bag; growing a career in fashion.

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Press has been a Ford Agency model, a teacher of modeling classes, and a producer of fashion shows.

Skip Press is a journalist and fiction writer. He has also written for film, television, and websites. His works include the following: How to Write What You Want and Sell What You Write, Writer's Guide to Hollywood Producers, Directors and Screenwriters' Agents, and The Complete Idiot's Guide to Screenwriting.

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