Today we meet Sexy Sara D of Denver, CO. Sara has an amazing body, beautiful eyes and a confidence that is rare. The downside to this is Sara is leaving Staffer Jay for Florida and I doubt she will look back. It takes a LOT to impress Staffer Jay, but Sara did. Let’s take a few moments to get to know her:

GMM: Where are you originally from?

Sara: Portland, Oregon.

GMM: What is your nationality?

Sara:  Caucasian (German, French, Irish, English).

GMM: What’s your stats?

Sara:  Height: 5’4” – Waist: 24” – Bust: 30” – Hips: 34” – 32D

GMM: Give us 5 words that you think best describe you?

Sara: Intelligent, funny, loyal, kind, bold.

GMM: You’re a Sagittarius, how would you describe your personality in that regard?

Sara: I see the world with all it has to offer, there are always more doors to open and bridges to cross with each one being a learning experience and adventure. I try to take what comes with gratitude even if it is unexpected and not always on the good side of things.

GMM: What would you say is your best asset?

Sara: My Smile.

GMM: What do others compliment you on the most?

Sara: My hair and eyelashes.

GMM: How did you get started in modeling?

Sara: A “Webmaster” found me on facebook

GMM: Are you signed with an agency?

Sara: No.

GMM: What do you enjoy most about modeling?

Sara: The props or styles you bring to the plate to make yourself pop.

GMM: What is the funniest thing to happen to you on a shoot?

Sara: Forgetting to take a Band-Aid off my nipple.

GMM: What are the top three things you like to shoot?

Sara: Clothing/style, lingering, body parts.

GMM: Do you enjoy the constant attention and adoration that comes with being a glamour model?

Sara: To an extent, defiantly. Who doesn’t?

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

Sara: Marine Biology!

GMM: What are some of your hidden talents other than modeling?

Sara: Crafting/decorating, cooking, and gardening.

GMM: Take us through your getting ready to model routine?

Sara: Shower, makeup, hair, singing in the car.

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

Sara: Be yourself, don’t let them decide who you are.

GMM: If you had to walk away from modeling today, what memory would you take from it?

Sara: The close connections with the people, especially the photographer.

GMM: If you had to walk away, what would you like to be remembered most for?

Sara: Putting myself out there without letting judgment put me down.

 

About The Author

Editor in Chief

I'm a nationally published and sponsored Glamour Model Photographer. Presently residing in Southern California and working across the U.S., I've been teaching photography to photographers for 12 years. My works have appeared in many nationally distributed paper magazines and equally as many online publications. Sponsored by 8 corporate photography sponsors, I'm always chasing the elusive "Next best image" Caribou Hot Chocolate is my weakness and I'd die with out my phone, camera and wacom tablet.

 

About The Author

Art Director of Glamour Model Magazine

In 2013 it was decided that there were very few QUALITY Glamour Model ezines out there. There are plenty of amazing Glamour Model ezines out there, but a lot of them focuses on the "babe" side of it. None that were devioted to learning HOW to be a good glamour model, glamour model photographer, etc. GMM was created to teach model, photographers, makeup artists and agencies, how to interact in our industry and how to do so with a large amount of PRIDE.

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