RedJessLin is the OMP Hot Model of the Week

RedJessLin (OMP Model #433315) started modeling four years ago, after doing a few calendar shoots and realizing she could make money modeling.

Describing herself as easy to get along with, the Florida redhead recently did a shoot with Miserable George for “National Geographic Biker Chicks Leather and Lace.”

She discovered OneModelPlace.com through Reid Windle of Sunshine and Satin Photography (OMP Member #154356). “I love working with Reid, he is amazing. Reid introduced me to OMP. The site is great. It has allowed me to see a photographer’s work and trust that it will be a professional shoot. OMP will definitely help my career by allowing me to me new contacts and find jobs.”

Since she has been traveling a lot for shoots lately, RedJessLin keeps a bag packed with everything she could possibly need. Other suggestions she has for fellow models include making sure you have fun during each shoot and listen to your photographers. “Always practice your expressions in the mirror before a shoot. Sometimes what you think is pretty or sexy just looks weird!”

She also offers three tips for photographers when working with models. “Be funny — it makes the model feel comfortable. Stay professional — let your work speak for itself. And give direction during the shoot — if something doesn’t look right, tell us so we can correct it.”

RedJessLin has some final thoughts on pursuing modeling as a career. “Modeling is great — to see yourself as a different person than you see in the mirror is really amazing. Everyone has a different look, so find out what your look is and work it!”

You can see more of RedJessLin on her OMP Portfolio

Image of RedJessLin by Reid Windle of Sunshine and Satin Photography

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One Response to RedJessLin is the OMP Hot Model of the Week

  1. Her hints to models and photographers are very important ones, but always forgotten things.

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