Interviews / Stories
Interview: Model Jenny Trollboll Schill (Sweden)
Can you tell us a little about you?
I'm a 25 years old girl from Sweden, living in the countryside with my son, dogs, cats and ducks, haha. I got my own company, daycare for dogs and helping dogs with behavior problems. So besides the modelling i'm a fullblooded animalfreak as you hear.
If you could change anything about yourself, what would it be?
Without a doubt my height, it would make it easier to work as a model.
How did you start modeling?
I asked a photographer if we could take some pics. We did, many times and it was very fun. He's very talented so he gave me many helpful tips on how to pose for example. And after publishing the first pictures I got more contacts.
What do you think of the work as a model?
You just wanna develop more and more. You meet alot of new people who inspire you. It is so cool that companies wanna pay you to get your face on the front of their photos to sell their products! And when you do it as a hobby, you can have your own ideas and you get more creative. And the best part - it is SO fun to see the results.
What is your beauty regimen?
It must be my face. My eyes maybe. I know i gotta work at changing face expressions, but the look i can do, i do it well haha. I got most compliments on my "strong eyes".
What are your personal qualities which distinguish you from others?
That's a hard question. I think everyone got their own strong look. I can do good even if I 'm shorter than everybody else in this business. I have even managed to make two collections for a clothing company, that's not so bad for my height! I'm adaptable, I have a good attitude to all challenges.
What are your plans for the future?
I've done some jobs and of course i'd like to do it more, but because i don't have so much free time I will just do the hobbyshoots that has something extra. Quality over qantity.
What are some of your favorite experiences so far?
Could never imagine how many wonderful, talented, inspiring new friends i would get along the way. It's impossible to choose between different things i've done but lately i've started to like photoshoots that is a little bit crazy, above the ordinary.
Do you have any advice for those who want to start modeling?
Nowadays I don't think it's so hard, is it? Contact a good photographer and see what you can do together. Just be sure it is someone serious with good referenses. Publish your pictures, listen to criticism, develop and create more contacts.
What do you think of the magazine?
I've seen alot from it and i like what i see, it keeps good quality from page one til the end, so keep it up!
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