Danielle Trixie OMP Model #235832 has become a very popular model in the past six years since she first stepped out in front of the camera. The Texas resident travels often for assignments, and has worked with many of the top people in the business.
Photographers will be happy to hear the story of how Danielle got her start as a model. “I searched for a good photographer, and booked him for a paid shoot. I knew I needed to invest in my photos if I wanted to make an impression on the industry. I hired Jose Luis back in 2006 to shoot three different looks to start a portfolio for me.”
She contacted the photographer through OneModelPlace.com. “Once we shot, I then took my images and posted them on OMP. The site was the main place that got me started in modeling. It helped me to get my name out there, and get enough work to become experienced.”
The blonde beauty describes herself as very laid-back and easy to get along with. Movie buffs may have spotted her in “Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay” in a funny and memorable scene where the guys go to a “bottomless” party. Fans of erotica will know that Danielle was recently featured as a Playboy Cyber Girl, as well as a Penthouse Pet and a covergirl for Strip Las Vegas Magazine. She has also been active in OneModelPlace.com events.
Danielle relates that she is usually always prepared for photo shoots. “I would have to say I prep everyday by watching my weight and staying in shape.” She also feels confident during shoots because of her experience. “I know how to pose now so easily that I can do it in my sleep. So I pose and talk!”
She lists some of the rewards and challenges of modeling. “It is so fulfilling to accomplish your goals in whatever career you choose, especially modeling. The challenges would be having thick skin to take a lot of the negative feedback that comes your way.”
Danielle offers some good advice for models just starting out. “Put everything you have into modeling. And be yourself! Nice girls go much further in this business than the pretty mean girl.”
She also has a few suggestions for photographers to remember when working with models. “Talking always helps relax the model. Music is always fun and helps keep the energy level up. And a good rule to follow when shooting is quality over quantity.”
Finally, Danielle has some tips for models who travel for photo assignments. “Always check with other models on references. And try to stay with other models or photographers on the road – that will help with expenses.”
See more of Danielle Trixie on her OMP Portfolio