I first met Aya about two years ago through some mutual friends. She and I discussed shooting together, but I was about to leave on a long trip, and then she was on a trip and, well, the shoot didn’t happen.

So I was pleased and surprised when she contacted me last week and wanted to shoot. Was I interested? Of course. Especially since what she wanted was to do some glamour and topless shots, and I knew exactly what to do with those 🙂

Aya is Japanese, from Tokyo, and reflects her Japanese upbringing. She is unfailingly cooperative, polite and on time for things she agrees to. I’d happily work with her again, and likely will again. -Roger

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GMM: So tell us a bit about yourself:

My name is Aya and I’m a dancer. Originally, I’m from Tokoyo which makes me Japanese. My measurements are 34C-26-36 and I receive comments on my eyes and hair. The thing I love most about modeling is finding myself!

 

Aya traveling the world as the industry’s newest glamour nude model!

Where do you want your career to be in two years?

Nude model! I want to travel the world being a glamour model!

What are some of your hidden talents other than modeling?

Dancing and singing!

What is the best info you can give a new model?

Smile and be yourself!

 

 

About The Author

Staff Photographer

Roger grew up in Vancouver, BC, then joined the US Air Force, where he worked as a linguist and intelligence officer. He also spent years working as an Aerospace engineer for Lockheed Martin. Along the way, Roger got a degree in photography, which he used with the Air Force, but also began working as a photojournalist, commercial and fashion photographer. He has shot 75 TV ads, and stopped counting a long time ago at his 200th editorial tear sheet. For five years Roger owned and operated a model agency in New York City, and now lives and works with photography and models in Las Vegas. He is the author of a book on modeling, https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/0615146775/, and is the primary author of the modeling advice website www.newmodels.com

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