Yael Markovich

purpose is not to get to a certain place on the floor.  It’s to enjoy each step along the way.”  As you dance your way through the entertainment industry, what has been some of the steps that you have enjoyed along the way thus far?

Yael:  Meeting new people and traveling! In my opinion, those are the two greatest perks when it comes to modeling. 


Andrew:  When did the candle of thought light up in your mind’s eye and helped you to realize that modeling for you Yael was so much more than merely an intriguing prospect that you endeavored to try, to becoming a career choice that you’ve now grown to have a vehement passion for?

Yael:  When I saw the pictures from my first photoshoot! I was hooked and have since become addicted to the entertainment industry haha


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?

Yael:  When I kept landing covers, features and gigs! It was all so fast but exciting and rewarding at the same time. 


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?

Yael:  The creative process because I am all about how things work and why. For instance, a certain angle or the lighting being used in that particular photography session… that intrigues me! Obviously, the finished product is what we work so hard for but the fun part is the process along the way that initially becomes the finished product.


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.

Yael:  Great question! I think it would probably be all of what you've mentioned. I believe fan interaction is key to keeping a modeling career alive.

Yael Markovich
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