Spotlight Interviews

N.Y. Model Kimberly Sarah

N.Y. Model Kimberly Sarah

Kimberly Sarah is just getting started with her modeling career. Citynet Magazine proudly presents this up-and-coming model.

Where are you located?

I was born and raised in New York and probably will never live anywhere else.

Tell us about your youth…

Kimberly Sarah: I was always pretty busy as a kid. I took dancing lessons three times a week and was on a competition team for about 8 years. I then went on to cheerlead for 5 years. In grade school the boys always teased me. By the time I hit high school the same boys loved me but I wouldn’t give them the time of day.

How did you get into modeling?

I got into modeling about a year ago. I was at a party at my mother’s friend’s house. Another friend saw me there and called me a couple weeks later asking if I would like to model for her bridal hair and makeup ads. I hesitated at first but my family and friends talked me into it. I’m glad they did because I had such a great time. Now I hate to go a week without a photo shoot. So far modeling has not gotten in the way of my schooling mainly because I am not signed on with an agent. Right now, I just take the shoots I can and am not obligated to anyone. Therefore, I can plan shoots around my classes and homework.

Best experience in modeling?

There are so many things I love about modeling but nothing really stands out as my best experience.

Worst experience?

My worst experience modeling was definitely getting screwed over by a photographer. Driving four hours to do a free photoshoot for someone out of kindness, since the person was a family friend and promised me prints for my portfolio. Then never receiving the pictures even after calling this person about a hundred times asking for my pictures. Then….’this person’ having the nerve to tell me (after 6 months) that I can have my pictures only after I sign a release form giving she and her photographer rights to publish my pictures. Yeah right! Up yours!

What’s the most common question people ask you?

“Hey, anyone ever tell you, you look like Pamela Anderson?” I get that everywhere!

Where do you see yourself in 5 years?

Either attending law school or working as a professional model. Maybe both. Right now I’m just keeping my options open.

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Spotlight Interviews

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