Ryan is one of the original Nerd Models. Instead of doing VidCon he was w/ some of his YouTubey friends and apparently they did a fancy little photo shoot. This was the result. Ryan loves Harry Potter and journalism and YouTube and all sorts of lovely nerdy things but at the same time I think he seriously could pass for a model of, like, clothes and stuff.
Brilliant, I say. Brilliant.
More thank you time
There are 96 followers on this blog! That’s pretty legit. I’m super stoked about that. So thanks for following, my friends.
And thanks to those of you who responded with why you wear Converse. It was super helpful and we’re most likely going to quote a bunch of you in our presentation next Monday. Yeah, you’ll be mentioned in an advertising project that will be heard by all of 40 people. Don’t let it get to your head.
And as a thank you, here is a picture of me re-enacting Up. Because I could. This is obviously the Instagrammed version. See that face? That’s how happy I am that all of you like this blog. For realsies.
I never thought Nerd Models would be this successful. The good ol’ fashioned YouTube advice of “Post what you like and would like to watch because chances are there are other people who would to” totally works.
Today I met Rebecca Black. Just another day at YouTube.
Only one word: AWESOME. Karen is quite the nerd model, getting (in)famous YouTubers in on the nerd action, as well.
All hail Karen Kavett!
YouTube’s booshoe37 shows us what a model would look like if he had been editing all day. Strangely enough, “real” models seem to have this look on their faces a lot. I think Matt is on to something.