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Interview: Model Thinloth (Poland)

Can you tell us a little about you?

I’m a shy person and live according to my dreams. My life is full of animals with whom I live in a countryside, far away from cities, noise, people. My herd consist of horses, czechoslovakian wolfdogs, cat and goat. Apart from everyday care of them, I run Your Heritage Foundation ( – which main purpose is protecting the architectural monuments, but we also protect natural heritage, support artists and organize artistic events.

If you could change anything about yourself, what would it be?

I’m not sure if there’s anything. I’ve learned to live with myself, my character. If I had changed something in myself, I would not have been the same person, which I really like. It wasn’t easy way to think so but now I’m confident of myself.

How did you start modeling?

A few years ago I wouldn’t even think about being a model. I’m too shy. In that time I was hiding when someone’s trying to take me a photo. I used to and still love taking photos of Nature Magic. Peace and calm landscapes. At some point I started missing something in that photos. There were incompleted. The thing which I needed was a person. Lonely person standing in the Mist. It was hard to find someone who would go with me early in the morning, especially that I live in places where there aren’t many people. So I tried to fill this gap with myself and a tripod. So my first self-portraits were created. Later I dared to contact with one photographer, then another.

What do you think of the work as a model?

It depend. I distinguish two types of being a model. First, which is major, is showing through photos myself, my spirit, my imagination. It’s marvelous feeling when some pictures which was in my head become real – in camera, paper. Furthermore – it’s wonderful when people feel photos which I have co-created. The second type is working as a model. Working during workshops, photo-session for the books cover etc. It’s a bit hard work. For all day (or two days) you have to stay focus for every participant.

What is your beauty regimen?

Avoid rush, urban hustle and rat race. They unnecessarily destroy and cause, often irrational, worries.

What are your personal qualities which distinguish you from others?

It’s hard to say, because everyone is different from each other, but on the other hand we are all similar. Some people say that dreams are only for dreaming. I think that dreams are to come true and I’m stubbornly working to make mine come true. I’m not only sitting and waiting for a magic wand.

What are your plans for the future?

If you ask about plans about modelling I don’t have any. I just catch what imagination and wind bring. But if you ask about my future at all... I’m renovating old wooden cottage, where I wish I live calm with no rush, surrounded by my animal family and closest friends, who will find quiet refuge in my small world of magic.

What are some of your favorite experiences so far?

There is one that constantly impresses me. A lonely autumn sunrise viewed from the back of the horse. Imagine the silence interrupted only by falling leaves and horse breath. Delicate frost is felt on the chicks. The smell of horse hair mixed with a specific aroma of autumn. And with all that the sun rising over the forest and mist, which is wonderfully spreading over the countryside.

Do you have any advice for those who want to start modeling?

Don’t pretend, be yourself. From the very beginning. Dance how your spirit plays.

What do you think of the magazine?

I think it’s a good idea to making such a place, where people can get to know something about world of photography, which is created not only by tallent of photoghraphers, models, make-up artists, but also, and mainly, by their souls. Some viewers don’t realize what could be behind the photos.

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