Additional Information

Stats and sizes

  • 32yr old Female model
  • Stats(in/USA) 34D-22-35
  • USA dress size 1
  • 5'6" tall
  • 113lbs
  • USA shoe size 7
  • Brown eyes
  • Very long light brown hair
  • Pale white skin
  • White ethnicity

Shoots styles

Beauty, Body Paint, Bondage, Cosplay, Dance, Fashion, Fetish, Lifestyle, Lingerie, Nude, Portrait, Remote, Sheer, Swimwear, Topless and Wedding




I'm a Czech-Canadian model specializing in mostly art nude images. I am Playboy's Cybergirl of the Month for February 2018 and have also worked with Metart, however I generally only shoot these styles with these companies, avoiding any open leg shots with anyone else. I do shoot some glamour and glamour nude with those restrictions, otherwise I'm pretty easy going. 

I believe that perfection is something that is constantly around us, and something that we are constantly chasing - but it's such short fleeting moments, that we miss it, all the time. My job as a model is to try and line up as many of those perfect moments as possible, hoping that the photographer gets as close to the actual moment of perfection as possible..... and THEN.... when it gets out to the viewer, what I hope is that I stop even being a part of the picture.... and that the viewer thinks - WOW... that's beautiful... the way the light comes across her right there, her expression, or whatever it might be - you know, I've seen my girlfriend/wife in a very similar lighting, and at the time I didn't have a chance to appreciate how beautiful she was in that moment - but thanks to this photo, I'm reminded of that moment with my loved one... and I can hopefully appreciate her beauty better in real life thanks to seeing this photograph...

So if this is the kind of work you want to do, let's do it! The difference between an image and art is meaning. Lets create art together.

I don't have the premium so I can't have proper links here, but here are my other portfolio pages that you can google or search. Alternately you can email me directly to organize a shoot at [url removed] [link removed]. 

Instagram: @faemuirina
Facebook: Muirina Fae
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Currently offering remote shoots!


My Gear:
Canon EOS R with multiple batteries charged prior to shooting.
Lenses: Canon Prime Lens EF 50mm 1:1.8 II , Canon Zoom Lens EF 28-105mm 1:3.5-4.5, Canon Zoom Lens EF 24-105mm 1:4 L IS USM
Lights: natural window light, Nanoleaf RGB coloured lights, warm and daylight toned indoor lighting, 2 umbrella lights, Vankyo V630 Projector
Programs: I'm using TeamViewer to give screenshare control of the Canon EOS Utility App. I will simultaneously be on some form of video chat so we can hear and see each other during our shoot. Video chat options include Facebook, Skype, Google Meet, and Signal. 

Location Location Location!
Bedroom - My bedroom has thus far seemed to offer the most amount of shooting spots. With light options including the NanoLeaf lights above the bed, and the natural light from the window, this is the easiest spot to have more creative lighting options. The NanoLeaf lights offer a variety of colours, including daylight, as well as red, orange, pink, purple, blue, and green coloured light. The room is furnished with dark walnut brown furniture, including the bed, fireplace, night table, and drawers. There is a mirror on top of the lower drawer, offering a variety of possibilities for shooting. The bed is a king sized bed, so although it takes up most of the room, it also gives a lot of possibilities and playing with the light options in various spots. The closet door is a white sliding door, so it could possibly be used as a backdrop, and because of the way that the closet is built, I can easily add a sheet over to offer various backdrops. 
Livingroom - The livingroom is another wonderful spot for shooting. With an abundance of light available from the balcony window, it has a nice side light across our vintage rose pink tufted couch and love seat. Maple wood flooring gives another option for shooting on the ground or top down as a backdrop. The love seat can be easily moved out of the way if you'd like to play with silhouette shots against the balcony window. I will usually have our coffee table moved out of the way for shooting with the couches, but it is available in case someone is interested in a more lifestyle feel to the photos. There is also the option of playing with the warm toned lights behind the couch. The 5 headed floor lamp (which I like to call my light tree) has 3 settings lighting up different individual lamps, and each head can be moved around to offer different directions of light. If you want a plain background, there's the possibility of using our chocolate brown wall, though I expect it will be difficult to block/avoid the light switch and outlet, but a bit of photoshop should fix that pretty quick. 
Bathroom - We just finished giving the bathroom a bit of a reno and updating, which is very exciting because now it is a possible shoot location. However, it is a small space, and I haven't had a chance to test it out, so this is only for those who are interested in really challenging themselves in a tight spot. Unfortunately there is no natural light in there, just a natural/white toned LED tube light. Of course there is a large mirror here that can be played with, and the tiling in the shower/bath area is a light brown textured tile. 
Balcony - This space is only available for clothed shoots, since it overlooks our parking lot and the hotel across from us. Our balcony railing is a plain black railing with glass, so there's lots of light available whether I'm standing or sitting down. 
Kitchen - Another possibility for a lifestyle themed shoot, whether nude or clothed, our kitchen is predominantly white with some grey and black tiling behind the sink, and grey wood paneling on the floor. 
Dining Room - This is currently our most cluttered spot, but with some notice can be another great location. Our dining table is a round walnut table with matching high chairs. It's nestled in next to our bookshelves. This area also offers another possibility for a plain background if I move the table out of the way to give access to the grey painted wall. We have another mirror hung on the wall, which can easily be removed, or played with, though it might be one of the harder mirrors to compose well since it has a view of the kitchen. 

Remote Shooting Process
Those of you who have worked with me before know that I always have a booking form for setting up shoots that helps me be as prepared as possible for the shoot. It includes questions about how you want my hair and makeup, what kind of wardrobe, etc. I've now updated it to include which spaces you'd like to shoot in, as well as which lenses you might want to play with during our shoot. I send out the link to my booking form privately, since I like to have a look over a photographers work to make sure our styles match before offering a chance to book me. I will still be taking a 25% booking deposit to keep everyone accountable to showing up to our shoot on time, since it takes time to prep each space for a shoot according to each photographer's individual wishes. 

Prior to shooting:
Make sure you've downloaded the TeamViewer app so that we are ready to shoot at our scheduled time. You don't need to have an account, you only need to have the app. I will start setting up the laptop and camera a half hour prior to our scheduled shoot, so that everything is ready for the scheduled time. During this half hour you may choose to already start the video chat aspect if you have any questions or just want to catch up, but I will be multi-tasking with getting everything set up. 5 Minutes before the scheduled shooting I will give you the ID and password to the screen sharing so that we can be connected and good to go. 

Lights, Camera, Action!
During the shooting process, we will be able to communicate via the video chat, and I will be able to see the tethered screen in most shooting situations, so I will be able to help with composition. In most cases, my boyfriend will be available as an assistant to help with framing without me having to leave my position. We will also be able to answer any technical questions that may arise. Unfortunately we will have to shoot on an hour-to-hour basis, since TeamViewer will kick us out at the 1 hour mark. For this reason I've decided to add an extra 10 min to every hour of shooting so that we can take a short break, reconnect, and continue shooting. The tethered shooting setup allows you to control pretty much everything on the camera except for, of course, the composition. ISO, Shutter speed, and Aperture are all available to you, but so is whether you're shooting in RAW or JPG formats, so the images should come out precisely as you'd like them to. I will do my best to make sure the framing is as you'd like, and you can choose your focus point for every shot you take right from the utility app. In situations where you might want to shoot tight body shots, we can play with having the camera close up to me for SOOC framing, or you can of course shoot wide and crop in after the shoot. 

Post Processing
After the shoot is done, I will put all the images we shoot onto Dropbox or Google Drive and send them to you for whatever post-processing you'd like to do. Photo usage rights will be decided on an individual basis, depending on the type of release that we agree to. However, it's important for me to mention that only photographs taken by my 5D MII  are available for sharing. Any screenshots, video recordings, or otherwise photos/videos taken of me without my knowledge and consent are strictly prohibited, and if this barrier of trust is broken, I will no longer work with you in the future, and will not hold back from letting other models know that you don't respect personal boundaries. 

Wardrobe and Accessories
One great thing about shooting from home is that you have a wider variety of wardrobe options than I could ever have when travelling. Few people know of my costuming interests and I have some one of a kind pieces that never get to be photographed because they're either too heavy or too bulky to come with me on the plane. A perfect example is my hoop skirt. Over the years I've tried to keep a photographic catalogue of what I have available, but it is a constant process as I get new things and discover some old things. You can see my virtual closet on my Pinterest here https://[url removed] all the boards marked with an asterisk at the beginning are my wardrobe options. Feel free to make a board on Pinterest and select pieces you'd like me to have available for our shoots. I keep 90% of my wardrobe in a storage unit 15 min drive away from my place, so I need to know at the time of booking if you want a specific piece, so that I have time to go fish it out of the storage unit. 

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