Friday 25 September 2009

Luke Gulden

Currently signed to Elite Model Management Miami, a popular fitness model features in many magazine, and rightly so.

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Sunday 6 September 2009

Eric Bivoino

Eric Bivoino, born in 1984, in Seattle, Washington, is an American model.

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Bivoino graduated from Western Washington University with a degree in community health and health education and as of 2009, currently living in Los Angeles.

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Bivoino's first modeling job came from working at Abercrombie and Fitch. As suggested by his managers at the store, he sent some of his pictures into their home office to try to get into the catalog. As shocked as he was, 6 months later, he was shooting for Abercrombie in the Florida Keys.

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From there, Nous Model Management signed him up. He has since appeared on the number of magazines and editorials as well as gracing the cover of "Tetu" and "Numero Homme" .

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When asked to describe himself, "I'd say RAD pretty much sums it up! If you didn't know RAD is an acronym for Random Acts of Dancing! So I'd say that I am a very active person and I like to be spontaneous." During his spare time, he loves biking, surfing and climbing.

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Tuesday 1 September 2009

Dan Flood

Originally from Chicago, Dan is now a resident of Fort Worth Texas, who began modeling when he was asked to model for a clothing store. Since then he has done sunglass ads, clothing ads, live mannequin, fashion shows, fitness modeling, and advertisements for Crimson in the City, Fuse, Jet Lag Jeans,, The Voice, D magazine as well as in many biker ad magazines, all in Dallas.


He dreams one day of working with Prada and Versace. “I’m Italian so modeling for my family’s country would be amazing.” He believes that to become successful in the modeling industry you must “keep yourself current and fresh. Stay open to new ideas, always stay focused.” When it comes to rejection as a model, “every door closed is another one open. Never give up, keep researching and network.”


He loves to model because “I love working with different photographers and seeing the end results. I love getting proofs and seeing my shots in action.”He believes that what sets him apart in the industry is his work ethic. “I enjoy working when there is a certain shot we need to get. I am very much disciplined and always striving to be better.”


Dan’s advice for up and coming models is to “volunteer for all types of work, within reason, and always try to learn from other people in the industry. You are never too old to learn.”

You can see the full interview and more pics at On Display Men