Lastest Works

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Hello Spooky Family. Today I thought I would post the most recent works that I have been doing both modeling and YouTube. I will also have links at the bottom of the page where you can support me further!! Thank you to all members of the Spooky Family – Spooky Kitz

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Model: Spooky Kitz Edit: Al Scott

 

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Model: Spooky Kitz Edit: Al Scott

 

 

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Interview with Brittany M – Model

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Hello, creepers of the page. I’ve had the pleasure of doing a short interview with upcoming model, and one of my good friends, Brittany M.

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Lightray photography

Mercy: How did you get into modeling?

Brittany M: How I got into modeling was that I had a friend who was dabbling in it and a photographer noticed my facebook and asked if I wanted to do a shoot. I figured why not and went for it!

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Nina Street Photography

Mercy: Is there anyone who inspires you?

Brittany M: I don’t have a single person who inspires me per say. But just the art and the beaury is what kept me going and creative.

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Blacksheep photography

Mercy: What types of modeling do you do?

Brittany M: As of this moment, I don’t have a specific type, but I mainly do artistic. I’ve done boudoir and high fashion as well. But, I want to also try out cosplay.

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Nina Street Photography

Mercy: How has modeling affected you as a person?

Brittany M: Modeling has actually affected me alot! I used to be very self-conscious and kept to myself. But, I’ve become more comfortable with who I am, and my body. I’ve met some great people as well.

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Bronson Creativity

Mercy: Do you have any specific likes about modeling?

Brittany M: What I like about modeling is how all the different aspects can come together and create something wonderful.

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Dugan Photography

Mercy: And the cliched question after likes… the dislikes?

Brittany M: Dislikes, the fact it can get tedious behind the camera with all the details and getting everything set up and networking.

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Andrew Baran Photography

Mercy: Let’s talk about your first shoot. How was it?

Brittany M: The first shoot was very liberating but also highly terrifying.

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Blacksheep Photography

Mercy: Do you have a favorite shoot or event so far?

Brittany M: My most favorite shoot… that’s actually a hard question. I love the production of each. But, probably my bloody boudior shoot, because I just got to play and roll around in fake blood for hours!

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Nina Street Photography

Mercy: Where do you hope to go with modeling?

Brittany M: My ultimate goal is to be a traveling model.

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Bronson Creativity

Mercy: Have you had any bad shoots before?

Brittany M: You always get at least one good shot from a shoot. But, mainly my first few shoots were worse because it was so weird and different being in front of a camera.

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Bronson Creativity

Mercy: Any tips for any upcoming models?

Brittany M: Upcoming models just need to focus on networking and being a good person. And, eventually word of mouth is what gets you the gigs. But be sure you know your boundaries and stick to them!

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Blacksheep Photography

Mercy: Is modeling something you think everyone should try once – even if it’s just for fun?

Brittany M: Everyone should do it once. No matter the type. It makes you feel great about yourself and you can look at it and say wow… is that really me?

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Blacksheep Photography

You can show your support for Brittany on Facebook: Brittany M – Model

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Dugan Photography

A Day Out & More (Photography & Blog)

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Hello Creeps.

I have to say, I’ve enjoyed the somewhat decent weather lately that allows me to go out and about with my love and capture photographs. I have been very stressed lately looking for a co-signer that not only is willing to do such, but also be able to qualify. I’m certain that I have two people available but they are leery about it. Only because of my age. They are flesh and blood, and they are discriminating against my age! I will have it settled promptly though. I have a feeling this snag will be over promptly! And for the better!

My music festival is coming along great! What I hate is that I’m working in a small time frame! I despise working on things in a small time frame because it has to be put together at a quick rate! But, I know I can make this a success. My boyfriend has had experience in creating festivals first hand. So between the two of us, we can make this a reality! This music festival will feature my band, Fatal Fury, as the headliners! It will be our first appearance! Hopefully, we will raise funds and awareness to my ice cream venture! That’s the main reason for this festival! Also, I want to make this festival a Yearly festival sponsored by my ice cream shop! These are my goals and I can assure you I will most definitely achieve them! So far, we have come up with the name: Dissident Overdrive Music Festival. This festival isn’t just a fundraiser, but it helps promote local talents/bands and businesses. It’s about the strength in a community and it is the FIRST festival to ever take place in my area. Talk about pressure to make it great! So far, I have 3 choices for venues that I have to call tomorrow to book the date. Second step, is to pass around the flyers and raise awareness! My heart and soul is going both into this festival and my family’s business. The business will help my family in their successes! Co-signer will happen as I’m offering it as an investment into the company and offer payment for their time as a temporary co-signer. 🙂

Today, my love and I had the pleasure of strolling down the street for some lovely soda pop and took a few pictures. We found some old ruins by one of the cemeteries that we frequent. It was a lovely but FREEZING stroll as we have a winter snow warning in April. (Welcome to New York!) For some reason, when I hear songs with a groovy beat I feel like dancing like the go-go dancers in the 60s. You know, when it was freestyle dancing and not hoochie mc hooch hooch. Anyways, below are some photographs (unedited!) that we took today!

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