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Short Stuff: On The Job With an X-Small Model
Short Stuff: On The Job With an X-Small Model
“Short Stuff: on the job with an x-small model” is an inspiring collection of short stories featuring on-the-job modeling experiences of petite model Isobella Jade, these fast-paced and detailed stories include modeling jobs with Marshall’s, Macy’s Victoria’s Secret, Easy Spirit and others. This collection also includes modeling tips for shorter models, and proves that height isn’t everything.

Isobella Jade is a petite model and author based in New York City. She’s been featured in The New York Times, The New York Post, The New York Daily News, The Los Angeles Times, The Sydney Morning Herald, Mac Life, Mac World, Glamour, Allure, Marie Claire UK and multiple other international fashion magazines.

“Short Stuff: on the job with an x-small model” is an inspiring collection of short stories featuring on-the-job modeling experiences of petite model Isobella Jade, these fast-paced and detailed stories include modeling jobs with Marshall’s, Macy’s Victoria’s Secret, Easy Spirit and others. This collection also includes modeling tips for shorter models, and proves that height isn’t everything.

Isobella Jade is a petite model and author based in New York City. She’s been featured in The New York Times, The New York Post, The New York Daily News, The Los Angeles Times, The Sydney Morning Herald, Mac Life, Mac World, Glamour, Allure, Marie Claire UK and multiple other international fashion magazines.

Team Moss

Team Moss
Keith Moss Photographer

Keith s skill lies in understanding a business and its audience. It is Keith s job to demonstrate how imagery can improve sales and he does this by first of all understanding his client’s products and services. After this stage he examines their client base and what they need to see. Due to the fact that many of Keith s clients have an on line presence it is paramount that imagery reflects garment, and product in its exact form, colour, texture, proportion and fabric must all be perfect reflection of the product, in turn this cuts down on returns and ensures what the client sees on the screen is exactly what they are receiving from a chosen product. When working with companies that offer services rather than products it is essential that the company’s values, morals, personality and services are captured through emotive imagery with a clear expression of what the company stands for.

Pat Moss Business Manager

Pats background is in customer service and management which is a vital key role in ensuring client briefs and precision to detail are followed. During fashion shoots Pats role involves assisting Keith with studio and lighting set up and checks and processing images, ensuring complete accuracy of the finished images. She works closely with Claire and the client to ensure each image is perfect for output needs. Pat has to take into consideration where the finished images will appear and ensure they are suited to final output needs. Images may appear on a client’s website, in a magazine, brochure or billboard for advertising campaigns. Once an image is shot it appears on the Mac, Pat zooms into the image to ensure everything is correct, from here she performs any post production live in front of the client, she then confirms the shot and here on after every image which appears on screen has the same effect. Pat also handles client bookings and customer care which the team see as one of the most valuable roles with the running of Keith Moss Photography

“I see Customer service as one of the core values of our business, it is essential we work closely with all our clients to establish a strong working relationship, the more we understand our clients the more we understand their market and how imagery can make a stamp in their field. Organisation is crucial to my role as I take all the bookings and often end up juggling the calendar around as it is important we do all we can to fit in shoots when clients need a quick turnaround of images” Pat Moss, Co owner Keith Moss Photography.

Claire Ledder Photographer, Stylist

Claire s skills lie in her versatility; she is a creative with a back ground in Fashion Design, she often creates designs to complement Fashion Masterclasses and workshops. Due to working with a marketing agency after graduating from Leeds college of Art and Design Claire has a clear understanding of current trends and how to relate these to the market place. It is her role to work closely with clients to come up with visuals to support any studio or location shoot, her roles include location hunting, styling, sourcing clothes and props, selecting models to complement shoots, and hair / make-up ideas. From here she gathers all the inspiration and collates mood boards which the whole team work from. When not working with Fashion Clients Claire assists Keith on Commercial shoots, after 18months of training Claire has now become the second Photographer often shooting alongside Keith. With a slightly different style Keith and Claire are the perfect team to complement any shoot. Blogs, social media and client liaison are what Claire can be found doing in and amongst her other roles.

“What I most enjoy about my role here is how versatile I have to be, one day I can be in a meeting with new clients, the next I can be designing the set for a Fashion shoot or sourcing clothes, models and fabric. The next I can be blogging about what the team has been up to or assisting Keith on a commercial shoot. The mix of roles my job encompasses certainly keeps me on my toes and this is the reason I love my role here so much………..never a dull moment!!” Claire Ledder Creative consultant

Natalie Crawford Make Up Artist

Natalie has worked as a professional makeup artist for the last three years, her talent lies in understanding Keith s way of working in relation to camera equipment and lightning techniques. Natalie has worked on large advertising campaigns for the Co Operative group and Kate Fearnley and is a perfect addition to the Keith Moss team.

“I simply love my job and how creative I can be, more often than not clients look to us for inspiration. Part of my role involves being at the forefront of current makeup trends; sometimes it may be a brief needs us to be rather subtle with the effect which we establish early on before the shoot takes place. Over the years Keith has taught me about the relationship make up and lighting has and what can be achieved, this skill has helped dramatis

Joe Marie "Joeboy" Agriam

Joe Marie "Joeboy" Agriam
Joe Marie Agriam is the publisher of Iloilo City’s first lifestyle magazine named CREAM dela creme which he established on May 1989.

Joeboy, as he is fondly called, is a product of the public school. He finished his elementary from the Don Jose R. Torres Elementary School and high school at the Bacolod City High School in 1971. He was on his junior year as a Foreign Service student at the Lyceum of the Philippines in Manila when his elder sister died of Lupus in August 1975. As a dying request of his sister, Joeboy did not go back to Manila and took the job which his sister left at the National Grains Authority. Joeboy continued his college education at the La Consolacion College as a night class student while working daytime at the National Grains Authority as its Provincial Public Relations Officer, a section chief position and a feat that time considering he was an undergraduate and only holding a sub-professional eligibility. In 1978, he graduated with a degree Bachelor of Arts in English.

On June 1979, he was promoted as the Regional PRO of the NFA Region VI Office in Iloilo City. For two consecutive years (1981-1982) he was the President of the Association of Government Public Information Officers in Region VI and was cited as an Outstanding Government Information Officer by the Philippine Information Agency in 1982. He was also cited as one the Ten Outstanding Ilonggos in the Field of Government Information by the Iloilo Provincial Government in 1982 during the Semana Sang Iloilo celebration. He was also appointed as the Event Coordinator/Secretariat of the Regional Association of Government Executives of Region VI (RANGE-VI) from 1980 to 1985. RANGE is the association of all Regional Heads of government offices in Western Visayas.

As NFA’s PR man, Joeboy had a share in making Bombo Radyo to what it is today, the leading radio station in Western Visayas. On the night of April 22, 1980, MV Don Juan, a Negros Navigation ship collided with MV Tacloban City and capsized in the deep waters of Maestro de Campo near Batangas, leaving 18 passengers dead with 115 missing bodies and 745 survivors notably among them Don Pepe Layson and his nephew Vic Paul Guevara. The following morning, Joeboy coordinated with the PR man of NFA in Batangas City and requested his help to give immediately a report on the status of survivors who were brought to the Rescue Center in Batangas. NFA was one the few government offices then equipped with modern radio facilities that can contact all its posts from Batanes to Jolo. The local radio stations in Iloilo were not equipped with these facilities and just relied on Manila feed news. By 2PM that day, Joeboy got hold of the names of the survivors and gave it to all the radio stations in the City. The news was eagerly awaited by the people in the region since most of the ship passengers were from Western Visayas. For a week, media men and relatives of passengers would go to the NFA Office located then at the Ong Bun Son Building along Ledesma Street, Iloilo City to see the list of survivors posted on the bulletin board. Bombo Radyo Station Manager Rino Arcones, unlike RMN DYRI’s Station Manager German Gonzales (whose station is just on the upper floor of NFA office), saw and felt the hunger of the radio listeners for news update of the tragedy and had his radio station went overtime (from their normal radio hours) to update the people on the fate of the other passengers especially the missing ones. And Rino was always in contact with Joeboy. As a result, many of the radio listeners in Western Visayas were tuned-in to Bombo Radyo. Thus the start of Bombo Radyo’s popularity taking over the lead from RMN’s DYRI.

On August 1988, Joeboy was promoted as Assistant Provincial Manager of the food agency’s branch in Antique. After the EDSA revolution and with the government’s reorganization and streamlining program, he opted to resign from government service on March 1989 and became an entrepreneur. He put up his own business — CREAM Magazine. On his mind then, it was about time that Iloilo should have its own lifestyle magazine which will show the world how cosmopolitan and pulsating the place is. Today, CREAM is considered the bible of Iloilo’s society watchers.

In 2000, he joined the world of Lionism and re-activated the Iloilo Emerald Lions Club, a newly declared status-quo club in Iloilo City. He took the leadership of the said club for three consecutive years and nurtured it to become one of the most dynamic, well-respected and outstanding Lions clubs in District 301-B. Among his notable projects as president of the Club was the construction of a Chapel and a Mini Library inside the Regional Rehabilitation Center for Youth in Nueva Valencia, Guimaras which is a haven for youth offenders. He also signed a Memo of Agreement with the Iloilo City Government for his Club to adopt the skywalk fronting the Iloilo Museum. The MOA calls for the Club t

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Dream Jobs For Fashion Divas: How To Turn Your Passion For Fashion Into A Career
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This new e-book is filled with exciting infomation that highlight the hottest careers in the fashion industry and show you how to start a fabulous fashion career of your own!

This book contains:

– The rundown on the hottest jobs in the fashion industry!

– Fashion career questionnaires, action steps and worksheets!

– Easy-to-follow fashion career research techniques!

– “Outside of the Box” strategies for having successful fashion job interviews!

Dream Jobs For Fashion Divas: How To Turn Your Passion For Fashion Into A Career will provide you with insight and advice from professional fashionistas to help you to set your fashion career in motion!