How did you get started as a cam model?
After quitting my last job as a waitress, I found myself in a financial situation that I wasn’t used to, so I started looking for a well paid job. Then, a friend, that is also a cam model, told me about this job and all the opportunities and I said “why not?”. So I went to a few studios and I found AJ Studios, which is where I learned the basis of my job.
In the moment I realized that this job could give me so many opportunities, I told myself with determination that I was going to take advantage of every opportunity this job could give me. This decision involved investing in my shows, improving myself, doing a lot of research, surrounding myself with people who knew about this job, people with experience, people who could help me achieve the goals that I declared I wanted to fulfill.
Do research about the industry, about the websites you want to work on and how to use the tools they give you to grow as a cam model. Never stop improving yourself professionally and personally. Invest in yourself and your job. Find a good partner, someone who can help you grow as the industry does. Always be creative and be yourself.
My current goal is to open myself other paths in the industry that allow me to stand out as a cam model. I want more people to know about me, to find in my shows a place to be themselves, to have fun and be entertained. I want to be recognized in the industry not only as an attractive model, but for my qualities as a woman. Even though I know I am on the right path, I am aware of all the work that I still need to do in order be a prominent model, to be at the Top.
I don’t know if this has been like this always, but right now and in the short-term I see a lot of new models that are giving too much for too little, that are not giving this job the relevance it has. It could be a lack of a good team or a good assistance, that makes them look like they would do anything for a of couple coins, like they don’t love their job and you can notice that in their shows. This makes it more difficult for new models to be successful and get the best from this job. In the other hand, the competition pushes you to work harder, to stay creative and to challenge yourself with constant improvement.