Sherley Freke

Covid-19 hit, what now?
I decided to stop taking on bookings till further notice. As my health goes up and down in periods of time, I don’t want to take risks, for either you nor myself. I’m slowly testing to see if I can take on bookings in my area, but as of now, it seems to irresponsible to start shooting again. You’re welcome to contact me still for bookings, but they will be postponed till further notice.

What can I book you for?
For example: you can book me for your catwalkshow (Fashion, couture and/or latex aimed), to model for your photography workshop, to model for your shoot concept you want to work out or for your designs and accessories to showcase on your website. You’re always welcome to mail me for other modelling purposes you’d like to book me for through Booking.

How and where do I book you?
Through Booking you can mail me for inquiries, bookings and questions
Tell me a little about yourself, what you would like to book me for and/or the concept of the shoot, with the location added.
I always appreciate it when you send me a link to your online portfolio as well.
For now, I only take on bookings within the Netherlands but I am planning a shoot trip to England around august/september 2020. I haven’t decided to which part/city yet, so if you’re interested in working with me: Send me a message and I might visit your city.

Do you require a Deposit?
No, I don’t require a deposit (for now) but this might change over time. For now, I accept bookings in confidence that the agreements will be met.
*Note: If I get the idea you might not be serious about the booking or won’t keep to our agreement, I will decline to set a date and stop further communications.

Do you work only paid or also TFP?
I mainly take on paid bookings, but yes I do occasionally collaborate with talented individuals, whose work is of the same standard (or higher) than mine. So please don’t be offended if I say no to a collaboration request.

Latex?! What is it and how do I work with it?
Latex is a thin rubber like material which is worn skintight and is meant to enhance all your natural curves. This also means no underwear can be worn (most of the time) as you can see every seam come through the latex.
Since latex is supposed to be skintight, it can be a real challenge to dress and get undressed. When shooting latex clothing, be aware that the model can’t change outfits quickly. If treated too roughly, the material will rip. Latex clothes are almost always made to measure and is extremely expensive due to this.
Also, be aware that latex is supposed to be polished. There are special lubes and sprays for this, but everything that touches it, will get slippery and ‘lubed’.
You can clean materials by using detergent and luke warm water.
Further more, latex is rubber, it does not breath. This means the model (depends on how much layers or thickness of latex she’s wearing) will sweat on set. Be sure your model stays hydrated.
When you keep this in mind, shooting latex is a piece of cake and will result in great images overal!

Are you on any social media?
Yes, I am! You can find me on Facebook, Purpleport and on Instagram: @dragicajanka is my main account and @dragica.obscurity is my latex related account.

I haven’t found what I’m looking for on your website, what now?
You’re welcome to message me any questions you might have about my modelling, my rates, bookings and shoot levels via Booking.