Thursday, February 24, 2011


Photographed by Depth of Life Photography
Little Rock, Alabama - Summer 2010

I am swimming in emails to respond to and emails to send.

Now booking NYC, Texas and Australia!


Photographed by Ron Pepos
Portland, Oregon - February 2011

I don't know why, but when I have a string in my shoot, I feel compelled to put it in my mouth or over my eyes. In this Saudek inspired photo I am doing exactly that.

Today was exhilarating day of shooting sandwiched between two battery jumps to my photographer friend's car. I'm driving this vehicle tomorrow - let's hope the battery is finally functional.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011


Photographed by David Boisvert
San Antonio, TX - July 2009

For only $5.50/hr, I can lounge around naked in a heated room by myself. After a hiccup in my plans and a chilly night sleeping in a boat with another model, I am enjoying the little bit of luxury before my flight to an even colder environment in Boston and NYC for the weeks to come.

(And yes, I am sporting "sooty nipples" and "sexy hair" in these two photos. I still enjoy this hairstyle, but my nipples are only decorated with makeup upon special request.)

Monday, February 21, 2011


Don't believe everything you think.

Photographed by Myles Boisen
Oakland, CA - February 2011

Friday, February 18, 2011


Photographed by Noel Marrero
San Jose, CA - February 2011

Okay, now I believe you. The winter is indeed here. Two days ago I took a Greyhound bus from Seattle to Portland and saw my first snow of the winter. Much, much more awaits me on the east coast.

Some people shoot pool competitively; I shoot pool as a way to socialize with my best friend. When shooting in real life I am more properly dressed, even if my technique and still leaves much to be desired.

Friday, February 11, 2011


Photographed by Mel Brackstone
Mission Beach, Australia - October 2010

Today is my day off. Which means laundry, gym, scheduling, email notifications and flight plans. Very relaxing. Especially while overly caffeinated. Someone, please take away my third coffee.

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

F-Eleven books

Photographed by Lost Coast Photography
Marin County, California - Summer 2010

A few months ago I found out about photos with Ken of Lost Coast Photography that were published in the Third Volume of the F-Eleven Books. I would have made an announcement much sooner, but wanted to surprise my mom with a copy for part of her birthday present first.

Saturday, February 5, 2011


Photographed by Tito Trelles
New York City, NY - January 2010

Photographed by AWSapp
Las Vegas, NV - November 2009

Photographed by Rick Fink
Austin, TX - August 2010

Photographed by Kris Rodammer
Boston, MA - May 2010

I am an art nude model. So technically much (or any) wardrobe is not a necessity. And when I find myself flying from city to city for months on end, my clothing for the few moments when not shooting take up much of my space. So, I wish I could schlep far more things with me to shoots, but often I am limited unless I am taking one of my crazy road trips (which is actually coming up rather soon) and in general things which are new to me (albeit, they don't need to be new at all) are rather exciting. When photographers have wardrobe for me, I am ecstatic. With a bit of cloth, thigh highs, lingerie, a belt or two, costuming, or other miscelaneous clothing items, a wardrobe and creative look can be created. I challenge you to have on hand a few items for me to play dress up in.

Of course, fanciful wardrobe is always thrilling, too. Today I got to wear part of an old flight suit. That is tough to beat. :)

Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Bay Area Workshop Saturday, February 11th

Photographed by Brian Sullivan
San Francisco, CA - November 2010

I am excited to be modeling for a workshop in Sunnyvale, California on February 11. There are slots for the workshop and individual shooting sessions immediately following the main session.

Visit this site for more information or email me.


Photographed by Terence Bogue
Melbourne, Australia - October 2010

I am "home" and ready to apply something I learned in Argentina to my day here in California. I shall now take my siesta, as it is the hour for this and I have been on the plane for 15 hours since I last touched Argentine soil.