Marion Amélineau

intriguing prospect that you endeavored to try, to becoming a career choice that you’ve now grown to have a vehement passion for?

Marion:  I discovered modeling when I was 17.  My parents have always supported me in my efforts, and helped me to make the right choices.  Thanks to them and the support of my family I was able to continue my studies at the same time as my career.  It was not easy everyday but now that I graduated I'm glad I succeeded in all areas.


Andrew:  Being convinced to pursue a career in modeling is one thing, but actually believing that you possess the requisite talent, focus and drive to succeed in a very tough, unforgiving and oftentimes cutthroat business is quite another.  When did you actually believe that you possessed the requisite intangible qualities and characteristics to make it in the entertainment industry as a model?

Marion:  When I was a child my parents enrolled me in acting classes, so when I started acting and I was asked to work on my speech. I learn a lot from those lessons.  I drew a lot when I was a child.  My aunt gave me her passion for art.  She was a professor at the Music Conservatory of Paris.  This passion has allowed me to gain an artistic sensibility. I’ve practiced sport since I was 3 years old.  I did 18 years of dance and I’ve run since I was 15 years old.  5 years ago I started to play handball. Sport helped me to find a balance and allows me to keep myself physically fit.


Andrew:  What experience do you value more and attain more personal satisfaction from as a model: the creative process behind an intimate collaboration with a visionary photographer, a creatively audacious make-up artist and a chic wardrobe mistress OR seeing the reaction from your family, friends and fans as they bare witness to the finished product and shower you with pleasurable contemplation?

Marion:  Each experience is unique.  I work with artists who have a lot of talent and sensitivity; I really appreciate it as we share good times and can share our experiences.  Some became friends before industrial relations.  I enjoyed the Miss International experience.


Andrew:  Talk about the creative environment that you consciously chose to immerse yourself in that has helped foster the development of your fundamental modeling skills, such as the self-examination of your strengths and individuality, creating an improvisational and spontaneous delivery consistently; refining your performance techniques; shaping your modeling competence, flexing your muscle memory and helping you discover your unique voice that your fans are blessed with in all of your photographs.


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