Holly Kiser

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on Mar 20, 2008


This week started off great! Tyson brought over a visitor and it was freaking Naomi Campbell. Oh my gosh!! I couldn't believe she was in our house and she looked at our portfolio! At that moment everything really sank in, one of us will have a name just like Naomi!

Naomi is known for her walk and I want to be known for something. I want to be known for being good at something. That's what a Supermodel is. They have something that sets them apart from everyone else. Niki also dropped by for a few minutes to tell us its over!!! One of the four Ronnie, Ben, Perry and I will win at the end of the week. I flipped out, I couldn't believe it was already over!

The next day was our photo shoot -- Tyson introduced us to our photographer Matthew Rolston. He is huge! He shoots for Rolling Stone, he's shot every celebrity you could ever think of. He's done it all and he wanted to shoot us on our last shoot! He explained what he wanted. He wanted us to be nude and to represent 4 elements, water, earth, air and fire. I was fire, Perry was water, Ronnie was earth, and Ben was air. Each scene took a significant amount of time to create. Mine probably took the least amount of time. I had to wear a skull cap so they could digitally create flames burning from my head.

He originally wanted my shot to look very evil, kind of like Cruella Duville, but he seemed to like the pictures better of me just changing up every pose. I felt like overall my photo shoot was good, I just wasn't sure because he didn't go with his original idea of me looking evil.

After that we went back home and Tyson came by and told us Matthew wanted to see us -- we were all confused because Tyson was acting strange, but I knew Matthew was pleased with all of us, so I knew it had to be something good! We pulled up to an art gallery and there were huge posters of us with people staring. It was unbelievable!! Everyone looked so awesome, these were definitely the best shots yet. It definitely was an honor working with him.