Jenna Leighe resides in the town of Dublin, CA, a suburb of San Francisco. She has a unique style that is all her own… sultry, expressive, and sometimes whimsical. With creative posing, beautiful features, and the deft ability to convey mood in her expressions, she is becoming a recognizable and sought-after face in the glamour modeling industry. Enjoy the beautiful work from her shoots with GlamModelz photographer Ron of Ethereal Pixels Digital Imagery as he adds his artistic touch to her beauty. And, of course, don’t miss her insightful interview with our GlamModelz correspondent.
GlamModelz Magazine: How did you get your start in the business? Jenna: Modeling has always been fascinating to me. I started out with a basic studio shoot for headshots and fell in love with the art. There is so much a model can do to convey emotion through photos.
GlamModelz Magazine: What are your goals personally and with your modeling career? Jenna: To be the best I can be…. staying focused, continuing to grow and develop as a model.
GlamModelz Magazine: Posing 101 any suggestions to newer models coming into the business? Jenna: Be natural. Do poses that are comfortable and flattering to your body.
GlamModelz Magazine: What have been your greatest successes to date? Jenna: Working with the photographers that I have. I’ve been fortunate to collaborate with great people.
GlamModelz Magazine: When working with a photographer do you bring your own concepts and idea’s as well as working with theirs? Jenna: Always. When I have a concept in mind, the photographer usually can make it happen. A photo is developed by the model and photographer, so brainstorming concepts is so important.
GlamModelz Magazine: What are your thoughts and issues with Implied and Nude posing? Jenna: I think there are very beautiful implied photos. The body is a beautiful thing, however I prefer not to pose nude.
GlamModelz Magazine: Have you had the support of Family, Friends and loved ones with your modeling? Jenna: I do. It would hard without the support.
GlamModelz Magazine: What are your thoughts on the whole escort issue? Jenna: I don’t bring escorts. I think they can get in the way of a good photo. If I’m not comfortable when talking to a photographer I don’t work with them.
GlamModelz Magazine: What would you like to see change in the industry from a model standpoint? Jenna: The stereotypes. Constant judging and critiquing.
GlamModelz Magazine: What gets you motivated everyday to stay in shape and look your best at all times? Jenna: It feels good to be healthy and in shape. It keeps me happy when I look in the mirror and can be content.
GlamModelz Magazine: How do you handle the inappropriate offers and sometimes rude individuals when they contact you for a session together? Jenna: I ignore it. There are always going to be creeps. It comes with the job.
GlamModelz Magazine: Your thoughts on TFP or TFCD sessions in general? Jenna: If its beneficial to my portfolio I think TF’s are great.
GlamModelz Magazine: Any suggestions to models about wardrobe? What to have and where to find deals? Jenna: Vintage shops! I have come across really awesome accessories and clothing pieces from vintage and second-hand stores.
GlamModelz Magazine: What excited you the most when you first started modeling? Jenna: It felt glamorous. It allowed me to truly feel beautiful.
GlamModelz Magazine: Facial expressions are a big part of a photo session, how and where did you learn this?? Jenna: Lots of playing in the mirror! It takes a while to really get expressions down.
GlamModelz Magazine: Do you feel that flexibility and diversity are important to a model portfolio? Jenna: It is key. A diverse portfolio shows the versatility of a model.
GlamModelz Magazine: How do you handle rejection? from photographers, agencies and your piers? Jenna: Take it with a grain of salt. Rejection makes me stronger.
GlamModelz Magazine: How do you handle imperfections.. and how important do you feel professional make up is to a model? Jenna: Beauty has imperfections. I embrace it. There isn’t a perfect person out there.
GlamModelz Magazine: If you had one thing to tell a model just entering the industry what would that be? Jenna: Know your standards and define yourself from the beginning. People will try to turn you into something you may not want. Be you.
Height: 5′ 6″
Weight: 115 lbs
Dress size; 2
Shoe size: 7
Hair color: Brown with blonde highlights
Hair length: Long
Eye color: Hazel
Skin color: Tanned