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Modeling is not a lifestyle, it is a career. It takes hard work, dedication and time to pursue.

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What did you want to be when you were a child?
As a child I always wanted to be a Veterinarian. I have a soft spot for animals of all kinds.

What does success mean to you?
Success to me means seeing my hard work, and patience in knowing that things will work out, come together. Success for me is about feeling accomplished in the goals I have set for myself.

What was the best piece of advice you were given when you were starting out?
Practice, practice, practice! Also to set your boundaries and never do a shoot you aren’t comfortable with.


What is your personal or professional motto?
Faith over Fear. It’s easy to get lost in fear, but not when you have faith in yourself.

Which of your traits are you most proud of?
Being able to take constructive criticism positively!

Has learning from a mistake ever led you to success?
Every time! No mistake is truly a mistake, it’s a learning process to push you forward.

Is there a quotation or saying that inspires and motivates you to be yourself and do what you love?
‘Everything I need is within me.” I truly believe in the power of myself and manifesting my dreams.

What is your favorite thing about your field of work?
Meeting so many creative individuals!

Name the biggest overall lesson you’ve learned since you started working?
Modeling is not a lifestyle, it is a career. It takes hard work, dedication and time to pursue.


At what point in your life did you first learn about your field of work? What called you to it?
I learned after graduating High School. I was consumed with Show Choir, so when my time was finally free, I started searching for something creative that I would enjoy.


Name a fear or professional challenge that keeps you up at night.
Showing up late, like sleeping in 3 hours late. That is the worst feeling ever.

Name an artist, present or past, whom you admire or look up to.
Bob Marley! He never stopped showing love to the world.

What’s the first thing you do every morning to start your day on the right foot?
Drink a glass of water and stretch!

What’s your favorite thing to come home to after a long day of work?
As Drake would say, “I only love my bed and my Momma, I’m sorry.” But I don’t live with my parents, so definitely my bed.


In moments of self-doubt or adversity, how do y
ou build yourself back up?

I have to remind myself that we are all human. No one is perfect, it’s okay to be different.

What resources would you recommend to someone starting a creative business?
Networking on social media platforms and doing your research. I also love to read model, travel and style blogs to help me stay connected.

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