シンシアポッパー、外国人 モデル, 在日外国人のモデル
こんにちは!私は日本でアメリカンモデルの生活です。私はサンフランシスコから来たんだ、と今では東京で働いています。アメリカの美容製品と私の世界についての他の面白いものについては、こちらをご覧ください。ありがとう!

日本における外国人モデル

商業的な仕事の場合は、お問い合わせください。http://www.zenithinc.jp/

印刷作業のためご連絡ください:http://acquamodels.com/ja

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シンシアポッパー、在日外国人のモデル, 外国人 モデル

 

 

10 comments

  • Julio

    Hi!
    I’m a Videographer and i saw your post in Gaijinpot and i was wondering if you know about some japanese website to search actors or actress in Japan. I’m planning to make a short film this year so i’m searching a crew.
    Thank you for your time.

    A sample of my work:
    https://vimeo.com/62692209

    • CynthPop

      Hey Julio,

      Wow cool work! Contact my agency, Zenith. They work with foreign models but should be able to point you in the right direction for finding professional Japanese talent. If you’re looking for non-represented actors, I might be able to ask around, but would need to know more about your project. Feel free to message me through Facebook, https://www.facebook.com/CynthiaPopperBlog, if you’d like to chat further.

      http://www.zenithinc.jp/

      Hope this helps!

      Cynthia

  • Mr. X

    Question about making an online presence for yourself when it comes to modelling. Would simply having a website about you and your photos be enough, or do you mean actually be popular and well known on the internet, and have a website (while I understand that would be a plus, that probably won’t happen anytime soon for me, haha.)

    • CynthPop

      For most of us, the only way to become known on the internet is to have a presence on the internet! I’m going to do a more thorough post on website building for models, but even just a simple WordPress blog with your portfolio and basic information makes a great start. Keep the design clean and simple– no neon bubble fonts or crazy blinking stars. Let me know when you’re set up and I can give you some feedback!

      Ganbatte!

  • watikum sylvie

    Hello
    Am an African girl living in Tsukuba with a passion for modeling but i don’t have any experience in it.What can you advise me to do as a start-up and is there a demand for African models in Japan?thank you for your time.Nice day.Waiting to read from you

    • CynthPop

      I don’t have special advice for African models… in Japan agencies are either Japanese or non-Japanese. So my advice to you is the same for every other foreigner here. Get photos and experience, submit to agencies, and go to as many castings as possible. Different clients want different looks for different jobs. And really, that’s true anywhere in this business. Ganbatte ne? XO–C

  • A

    Hi Cynthia,

    I read your modelling article from last year. I signed up with multiple agencies in Tokyo, the past 2 months. I’ve been only offered 1 gig so far. My availability is Mon – Thurs. What would you suggest one should do?

    Is there a demand for mixed race women in the Japanese fashion industry?

    • CynthPop

      Hey A– sorry for the late reply. I approve all comments on the blog so I’m a little backlogged on answering email and such. 🙂 One shoot in eight weeks isn’t bad considering you’ve just signed up. My advice is to network. Send your portfolio out and shoot with as many photographers as you can. Join modeling websites and let shooters know you’re up for test work. Modeling is a business like any other, and it takes time to grow. You have to hustle and network to get bookings– and even then there will be dry spells. Here’s my post on how to leverage down time. 🙂 As for mixed race in Japan fashion– that’s hard to say. I work in print in commercials, but if I had to speculate I’d say that if a client likes your look, it won’t matter your ethnicity. Generally speaking however, Japan favors foreign models who are fair-skinned and light-eyed because it’s such a contrasting look from what’s seen here. Example: I’m up for a campaign now and might have to dye my hair blonde– eek! Anyway– hope this helps. 🙂

  • My grandfather was Japanese, and my mother, his daughter, was a model during the Sixties. I stumbled across your blog and read about the exciting things you are seeing, tasting and doing in Japan. You’re very right – green tea ice cream is subtle and fantastic – you will love it forever!

    I have now subscribed to your blog. I look forward to seeing and hearing about more exciting things you encounter in the land of my ancestors… Japan (^.^)

    • CynthPop

      Thank you for subscribing! In an interweb universe that constantly splatters you with information…that really means a lot to me <3 And... now I want matcha ice cream. haha

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