I was going to, I did have a company get into contact but like others have said, it's a horrible industry. You can look a million dollars but still not be perfect enough for a modelling agency which causes a variety of problems mentally. It's hard to get any work with any good money unless you have "the look" which seems to change every month. It's the luck of the draw whether you get far and earn a decent amount from it.
I have however had my photo taken professionally. It's awkward being on the other end of a photo shoot but it did give me an appreciation into the communication needed between photographer and model.
Giving directions in a way that can be understood is an art form in itself. On several occasions the photographer literally had to stop what he was doing and manipulate me into proper positioning because I couldn't figure out what he wanted from his vocal cues.
And after all the serious photos were taken we had some good fun just screwing around and taking joke shots. You get to act like a clown and they just snap snap snap. As for myself, I realize now that it's better to start a shoot out with this in order to dissipate the tension and have models loosen up. Provides for a better work environment.