Uncreative Radio with Pavllo Zengo!
The professional scale is tipped in favor of women when it comes to diversity in modeling and the beauty industry (no surprise there). But how exactly do gender and sex impact narratives? Is there an underlying message subliminally attached to the male and female figures that cannot be severed? Why does the same word; the same phrase; the same connotation differ so greatly when applied to different body types? Though women lead the world of modeling and beauty is it all a byproduct of the male gaze?
Tune in Thursday, July 11 with Pavllo Zengo and Josh on Uncreative Radio Episode 109 for the answers.
A History Of Working With Models
This topic resonates with us. We work with tons of models, especially in South Florida and Los Angeles. The majority are, naturally, beautiful females. We collaborate on creative projects, client work, and also help promote their brands by providing media services for their model reels, as well as, exposure. The profiles of Mercedes Guittierez and Roya Zangoui are great examples of the work we do with female models.
In the wake of this discussion with Pavllo Zengo, we are reminded of our creative talent event, Crew Call, which we host quarterly at our headquarters in Fort Lauderdale. Crew Call is an invitation to all creatives: photographers, cinematographers, writers, stylists, and, of course, models. We do what we can to diversify our talent pool between male and female models for this event, but they don’t all receive the same level of exposure. If you want to see if the stereotypes and favoritism for female models reign true, check out the recap videos of the last event.
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