On Display Men
Featured model from Support Nature Project this week is Seth Travis.
A true All-American by lifestyle and experience Seth Travis brings a sound and style that refreshes and inspires his audiences. He is the face of the 2010 Ripped Genes Calendar and Mr. August. Former opening act for Grammy nominated country artist Jessica Andrews. He has performed the Star Spangled Banner at an NBC event with guest speaker Andrea Mitchell, and sang to Sharon Stone. Seth played "LUKE" in the ALTAR BOYZ in a showcase near his hometown in Pennsylvania. Seth has made appearances in Gossip Girl, Law & Order, Gravity, White Collar, How to Make it in America, and can be seen in the up and coming Sex and the City: 2 film. Seth is not only successful in entertainment; he also takes pride in his education. He has earned both Bachelors & Masters degrees in Communications with concentrations in entertainment, public relations, and philanthropy. Philanthropy has always been an important focus for Seth.
He is excited to not only be a spokes model for OnDisplayMen.com but now join the cause to spread awareness for the Support Nature Project. Some easy ways that Seth stays green: 1. Uses a coffee travel mug when picking up his favorite latte at Starbucks instead of a paper cup. 2. Stays informed online, most of the content in print can be found online, so you save paper and money! 3. This is Seth's favorite way to help the environment! He buys his music online. It is quick, easy, and saves miles and materials needed for the packaging, marketing, materials, and cases.
We're excited to share these two shots with you of 2010 Hunk du Jour Model Search winner Jesse Blum! He is looking amazing in these photos by Adam Medders Photography for On Display Men and Hunk du Jour.
Hunk du Jour flew Jesse to Dallas for a fantastic weekend with a brilliant team, and these two shots came from the our first day of the two-day session. Jesse was a complete professional, and chimed in with his own great ideas on poses and looks.
While the bedroom shoots were comfortably warm, Jesse found out exactly how chilly things could get in Texas during our outdoor location shoots -- with temperature hovering at around 40F, he had to keep his gaze smoldering. You can see from the results that he dug deep and made it happen.
Keep an eye out for more photos of Jesse from the weekend, plus Jesse's contribution to the Support Nature Project!