In the fall of 2015, Kalham Amor decided to start her journey as a model. Due to not being tall enough to do high fashion but still not wanting to give up on her dream, she decided to pursue swimwear and boudoir--also known as "glamor"--modeling. After a feature in Arsenic Magazine gained lots of traction online, Kalham started becoming more and more active as a model. Being from Texas, she has had the chance of working with many talented photographers and then went onto traveling all over the US and working with multiple brands and publications. She went onto creating coffee table books such as "Kalham Sutra" and has been published in multiple magazines and websites, some of which include Playboy Italia, Resuer Magazine, and Volo Glam. Kalham works to normalize the human body and encourages body positivity and empowerment.
In December of 2017, she booked what she thought was her dream job, but life had other plans. Come 2018, things would change drastically for Kalham, and her career was interrupted by autoimmune issues and other various health problems. Due to her ongoing health problems, she took a 2 year break from modeling, focusing on photography, production, and entrepreneurship. She decided to go forward to starting a publication of her own by the name of FYVP Magazine, which is a work in progress. Despite having a BS, her health problems have pushed her into needing a flexible work schedule and work-from-home options so she has now started to pursue being a multifaceted creative and entrepreneur.
Despite primarily being a model, Kalham often uses her social media to advocate for mental health and chronic illness/disability and raise awareness about important social causes.