Interview with SophieMuse
Hi SophieMuse, how old are you and where are you from?
I am 24 years old and I currently reside in Eastern Europe. I usually just tell people I am worldwide when they ask where I am from.
How long have you been a model and how did you come in contact with the cambusiness?
I am model since January 2014... that would be a while) At that point was looking for a different job, and camming seemed to be the one that made sense to me at that point
You have two different personas, SophieMuse and LorineXX. Can you tell us the difference between these two and why you decided to have two personas instead of one?
So here is how it works: I have a website and I am also a camgirl. My website is to show myself in a different way than most (but not all) of the content available in the adult entertainment field of the internet. The goal is to portray elegance, grace, beauty, class and sensuality in a professional high end way and not just show "girl parts" if you know what I mean.
My Sophie Muse Twitter account, as well as other social media accounts, is to enhance and grow my following and of course drive traffic to my website and work with my team and people like yourself. The website is a work in progress and is currently being upgraded to allow direct access to me when I am online and will have affiliate link software to accommodate webmasters to help in promotions and day to day traffic.
My other profile (@LorinneX), which I started first, is more for my cam work and client interaction. Sophie Muse feed You can see I tag my other profile whenever I post onTwitter. My LorineX feed gets so bombarded and busy and I sometimes get behind on things there because of traffic, while @SophieMuseCom the account is more focused and easier for me to manage.
The overall concept is something like this. One side is to be the GODDESS (@SophieMuseCom)...the other is to be human (@LorineX). The two profiles help me to remember this and act accordingly. I am both people but I am marketing two approaches and the two sides of me. Why limit myself or leave things unused on the table. The word I like to use to describe it is "duality". It describes things perfectly. I took a very specific approach with my @SophieMuseCom profile on Twitter. I do not retweet any other content on that profile on purpose to keep the Goddess theme intact, to remain virtually untouchable unless I engage you, or choose you. While on my @LorinneX profile I engage directly with everyone, retweet many different type of things and portray the human side of things..the fallability.
As my promoter friend said "I think it is a very wise approach. Sophie is perfection, and her feet don't touch the ground like mere mortals. She is above the fray, her world is only elegance and beauty but also somewhat stark and unattainable. In one world there is you the Goddess and in the other is you the Harlot (or Human), and never the two shall meet."
I hope I haven't confused you and sorry for the long answer, but I wanted you to be able to clearly see the whole picture.
Which persona do you like best?
I like them both equally. The duality of who I am and what I do is manifested as LorineX and SophieMuse and I act and market it that way.
On your website sophiemuse.com, members can pay for a monthly subscription. How does that work out compared to working as a cam model and getting paid by the minute/hour?
I of course make much more money camming, but the website is another revenue stream and is a passive way to generate further income.
What makes you stand out as a cam model?
I am not sure that is a question for me to answer fully. I think you would have to ask my clients. I will say that I am very committed to what I do and I am loyal to all who I work for and with.
Do you tell your friends/family you are a cam model?
Yes, most do, but it is not something I publicly announce.
On which camsite(s) can we see you?
You also work for DivaTraffic as a spokesperson. Can you tell us more about what you do for them?
I am their Brand Ambassador and represent them at trade shows and seminars as well as make different promotional material, like photos, videos and different kinds of marketing items. I love that whole team!
How was your first modeling experience?
Interesting, and fulfilling from the financial point of view. Everyone was really nice to me - from the people that I work with to the online members , so all that together was the perfect motivation to perform.
What's the most appealing thing about your job?
I am mostly a private person but I am also very social and like to have fun. My job affords me the opportunity be social but stay private at the same. I also get to travel and to meet people from all around the world.
What do you like least about your job?
To be good at my job, it is a full time commitment and a lot harder than most people think physically and mentally. I have to be on my game 24 hours a day 365 days a year. I usually tell people I have 24 hours a day to do 40 hours worth of things!
How do you see the future of camming?
Contrary to what I have heard some people say, I think it is very alive and well. In this age of digital and virtual enlightenment I believe it will continue to be a viable outlet for people to express their sexuality.
Do you have a funny story or experience to share?
Depends - I have experienced a lot of little funny things while performing online If that is the direction that you want to follow - then let's see...: One of the most funniest happenings was at the beginning of my career - when I had to do a role-play, playing Christine's role from "Jaws I". A role that involved being eaten by a shark, swimming and playing the actual terror.