Beyond The Lens – The Internet Hollywood universe is back in action and many faces have been popping up on our front page after completing interviews earlier this month. The delay in inteviews came after a digital error and other issues caused everything to be halted for almost two weeks. But now that everything is back in order I have been thrilled to share all of the interviews I have recently done
I caught up with an awesome independent model friend of mine name Jenniebeans to get the inside scoop on all of her latest plans, projects, and more. She kindly gave me all of the info I needed for the story after accepting the invitation to be interviewed over messenger. Although the date of her recent photo shoot passed, I plan on writing up a story about that if it becomes available for the public to see. I hope you enjoy reading it!
Internet Hollywood: Hey Jennie! Welcome back to the Internet Hollywood universe Jennie. It’s a pleasure to have you fill us in on some of the things you have going on. It’s been a while since we chatted and I had a great time seeing you do your thing at the Internet Hollywood Fashion Show. How has the year 2019 been treating you and what are some of the goals your pursuing and projects your working on?
Jennie: Hey Justin and Internet Hollywood universe. It’s a pleasure to be interviewed again. I had so much fun at the fashion show. Was a pleasure to walk in the show. So far 2019 has been pretty good. I have a shoot on March 30th. Haven’t come up with a theme yet. But something will come to me. And just hoping to do more shoots this year.
Internet Hollywood: I remember in our last interview you reveled that Boudoir and Pinup was your favorite kind of photo shoot to do. Has that changed now that you’re far more experienced at what you do?
Jennie: Pinup and boudoir are still my favorite. But I’m hoping to try out different themes this year.
Internet Hollywood: Being an independent model could be very hard for a lot of people that struggles with gaining the right connections to start off as an independent model. From your experience, how hard was it for you develop the right connection to start off and what would you say helped you establish those relationships the most?
Jennie: Starting out was hard. Especially if you don’t know many people in the business. And now a days it’s tough trying to meet the right people to help you and point you in the right direction. And not going to lie Isabel Vinson helped me establish relationships with a lot of different people. She was open and just very friendly when I first met her. She made me feel so comfortable.
Internet Hollywood: Are there other fields that your pursuing with the intention to make a career out of or is modeling that only something that drives you to chase it?
Jennie: I’ve been thinking a lot lately about learning how to sew. It’s been a while since using a sewing machine just would love to be able to make some things for me and my friends to use and shot in. Also having been thinking of going to school and taking online classes for business. I love modeling. But I would like to add other things to my list. Just want to make a good life for me and my family.
Internet Hollywood: One thing I noticed about you is your kind and humble personality. You seemed like a very cool person to be around and I appreciate you being apart of that magic moment we had at the Internet Hollywood Fashion Show. The photos from that event had to been circulating online for a whole month straight. What was the feeling like slaying the Internet Hollywood Fashion Show and do you want to do more fashion shows in the future?
Jennie: Thank you. That means a lot to me. I am who I am. And I loved being part of the fashion show. I was nervous as anything. But so much fun. The vibe was great that day. Once I was out there walking my nerves went out the window. If I ever get asked again to walk in a show I would definitely do it.
Internet Hollywood: In our last interview, you stated not being who you are was your biggest fear. Have you changed anything about yourself to make a difference in how things play out for you this year when comparing it to the last?
Jennie: I’m definitely trying to be more positive this year. Positive energy attracts positive energy. Trying to envision success and hoping that it’ll happen.
Internet Hollywood: Thank you for the interview, Jennie!