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HEIGHT: 6′ • 183cm BUST: 36DD • 99cm WAIST: 32″ • 81cm HIP: 44″ • 112cm DRESS: 12US SHOE: 9.5US • 39EU EYES: Blue HAIR: Brown

BEAUTIFUL NEW WORK from MICHAELA MCCLURE! Interior Gilt, OKC Shot by Shevaun Williams Styling by Jack Odell Makeup by Chelsey Ann Hair by Ali Earnhart

HEIGHT: 5′ 9″ • 175cm BUST: 31″ • 78cm WAIST: 23″ • 58cm HIP: 34″ • 87cm DRESS: 0US SHOE: 9US • 25cm EYES: Brown HAIR: Black

Agency: 20% agency service charge will be applied on all bookings unless otherwise negotiated prior to confirmation of booking. Hourly bookings: Rate negotiated based on factors including type of work (editorial, e-comm, specs, etc.), end use, recognizability of the model, etc. Two-hour minimum. Day rate bookings apply to: Eight consecutive hours Between 8:00AM and 5:00PM. Applies to booking time only (excludes travel). Time in addition to eight hours will be billed at time and a half. Half-day rates apply to: Four consecutive hours Between 8:00AM and 5:00PM. Applies to booking time only (excludes travel). Time in addition to four hours will be billed at hourly rate derived from division of half-day rate by four. Fittings: Billed at half of hourly job rate. Half-hour minimum. Preparations: Hair and makeup, rehearsals, etc. Full rate Travel Time: Full fee between 8:00AM and 5:00PM, unless otherwise negotiated. Time and a half before 8:00AM or after 5:00PM Overtime rates: Apply before 8:00AM, after 5:00PM, AND on Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Cancellations: (On confirmed bookings) Within 4 business days of the booking, half fee. Within 48 hours of the booking, full fee. Weather permit cancellations: With firm holdover, on session date – no fee. Otherwise normal […]

Fresh editorial: Latifah Gist with APM Models NY for Teen Vogue, May 2016. Shot by Jeff Henrikson Styled by John Colver

Latifah Gist with APM Models NY at New York Fashion Week Fall 2016: Yigal Azrouel VFiles A Détacher Xuly.Bet Pas de Calais

Elléments Magazine URBANE EDGE Photographs: Kenn Perry Art Direction/Styling: Frank Christon Hair: Sarah Woolly Makeup: Toni Marlo Apparel design by: Kickie  

When people ask what I do, they follow with: Is that something people do? How did you know that’s what you wanted to do? How did you end up here? The following is the short answer: I was born in Oklahoma, specifically, Stillwater. I took interest in clothes watching my grandmothers craft everything from slippers to dresses. My focus shifted from clothes to models, as a result of Tim Walker’s work with supermodel Lily Cole, when I found myself wondering, “Who is that girl? How did she get there?” From there, I researched, I went through magazines to write in names of models that I knew, so I could research the ones I didn’t. I had flashcards with stats, agencies, home countries, etc., for each. After high school, I applied to school in San Francisco to study fashion journalism (and do everything I could to work at an agency). I spent my early years in SF honing my styling skills as a merchandiser. Then, I overheard a classmate say she was finishing up an internship at an agency in SF. I immediately sent my resume knowing they had a position to fill. Simultaneously, I got a lead about an opportunity […]

How can I get scouted? How can they get in touch with you? What is the best way to be considered for representation? These are questions I am often asked by people who have referrals for PRIM, or through various social media channels. After giving them the instructions I often receive images that are less than flattering to the inquiring model. To give yourself the best shot at an appointment request, and ultimately representation, here are some tips for creating the best submission: – Effort – I know it takes more time than copying/pasting from Instagram, Facebook, etc., but it is important to submit photos that optimize what agencies are looking for. Taking the time out to submit “submission specific” photos also shows genuine interest and desire to work hard. – Lighting – Find indirect lighting near a window or on the shady side of a building or fence. This softer light will allow agencies to see all of your features without any harsh shadows. Use natural light whenever possible as artificial lighting can change the skin tone, which is typically quite unflattering. – Clothing – Wear fitted clothing so the people reviewing your photos can see your silhouette, proportion, […]