Orchid Fayerye, by Jo Blackened

Orchid Fayerye only started modelling in August 2010 and has now got the modelling bug!
It was her friend ‘Dark Morte’ who started taking her to photoshoots as a chaperone and after a few photo shoots, she soon found herself infront of the camera, posing as well.

She enjoyed it so much and was very impressed with her photos she is now working with some great photographers and booking more and more shoots!
She states Modelling is such an enjoyable experience, she never looked back!

Orchid Fayerye’s Stats:
Location: Based in London UK
Status: Married
Gender: Female
Age: 43
DOB: February 6th, 1969
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Height: 5″2.
Weight: 12 stone 10 lbs.
Skin Colour: Oriental
Hair Colour & Length: Black, shoulder-length.
Eye Colour: brown
Ethnicity: Chinese.
Bra & Cup: 44B.
Hips: 45
Waist: 43
UK Dress size: 18 – 20
Shoe: 6

Tattoo: None
Piercings: Only ears
Experience: Amateur
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Orchid’s styles: Goth & Alternative & Steampunk & Vampyric & Rockabilly & Vintage & Glamour & Fetish & Glamour & CosPlay & Fantasy & Horror (Not limited to these styles).

She won The Alternative Model Directory Feature Contest on Facebook. Faeland Pixie photos set by Photographer Tony Cambsphoto was on The Alternative Model Directory website between 15 Feb 2012 – 26 Mar 2012.

She won 4th Place in 2012 The Mystical Masquerades Model of Year Contest. We R Masquerades have edited one of her photos and she is due to have an interview with them on 20th September 2012.

Her first collaboration with a talented designer of one of a kind, handmade gothic accessories Magnificently Macabre – by Madame Zara and the photos were taken by the brilliant Krisi Photography on April 2012.
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Alternative Models & Photographers Promotional Page on Facebook have accepted her submission to be in The Alternative People Volume 2 Book.

Goals: To be in a printed publication like a magazine and book and calendar.

If you would like to work with Orchid you can contact her here:

Make up by Freshlook Makeup

Photography by Jo Blackened