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Introducing VIM's Models of Vision for 2017: Melisha Landreth and Jesse Garcia. Photography by VIM Creative Director Madison Vasquez.

Introducing VIM's Models of Vision for 2017: Melisha Landreth and Jesse Garcia. Photography by VIM Creative Director Madison Vasquez.


VIM MAGAZINE            MODEL OF VISION 2017

VIM Magazine is proud to introduce the 2017 VIM Models of Vision: Melisha Landreth and Jesse Garcia. Each model will represent the vision and campaigns of the magazine. 

 

CHECK OUT THEIR DEBUT PHOTOSHOOT by Madison Vasquez here

 

The annual campaign will highlight two models each year through dynamic photo spreads, spotlight interviews, and promotional and commercial work in print and online.


THE MODELS

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MELISHA LANDRETH

Official Website: Facebook @officialmelishalandreth                                                 

Instagram: @melisha.landreth

 

JESSE GARCIA

Official Website: Facebook @OfficialJesseGarcia

Instagram: @JesseGarciaOfficial

 

LATEST NEWS

03.02.2017 Check out the debut of the 2017 Models of Vision now online!

 

02.25.2017   VIM Model of Vision Micro-Website officially launches with the official spokesmodels debut photo spread set for March 2017. The photo shoot was done by VIM Magazine Creative Director Madison Vasquez. The music of the band Kurumpaw (https://soundcloud.com/kurumpaw) has been selected as the official music for the campaign launch. Stay tuned for more.

The band KURUMPAW has provided the music for the Model Of Vision debut set for March 2017 (https://www.facebook.com/Kurumpaw)

The band KURUMPAW has provided the music for the Model Of Vision debut set for March 2017 (https://www.facebook.com/Kurumpaw)


SOCIAL ACTION CAMPAIGNS

Join us as we serve as a "model of vision" for the community and causes close to our heart.

SAVE RED ROCK

VIM Magazine's first social action campaign is geared toward helping keep Red Rock Rural. Visit www.saveredrock.com where you can sign a petition to encourage local, state, and federal officials and relevant agencies to protect the Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and vicinity from the negative impacts of non-rural development. The petition is sponsored by the Save Red Rock Coalition and now has over 40,000 signatures.

More info www.saveredrock.com