Date of Birth: January 8th, 1988
Location: Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Weight: 107 lbs
Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
Turn-ons: Nice hands and a sense of humor
Turn-offs: Bragging about money or how many girls you’ve been with
AMF: Where are you from? Where are you currently living?
– I was born in Texas, raised in Florida and am currently living in Las Vegas.
AMF: How long have you been modeling for?
– Almost two years.
AMF: How did you start modeling?
– I was asked to be on the cover of a magazine and ended up really enjoying the photo shoot.
AMF: What would you say separates you from other models?
– Clothing. I don’t shoot nudes!
AMF: What are some of your best achievements thus far?
– I managed a Med Spa with a staff of women all older than me. It was beyond challenging and I was very proud of myself! I also had a picture in Maxim Magazine.
AMF: What do you like or dislike about modeling?
– I don’t like when photographers use pictures that are not flattering of me.
AMF: What is your best modeling secret?
– The “wet brush”. It’s a must have for all water shoots.
AMF: What is the best modeling project that you’ve done?
– I was on a billboard in my hometown of Pensacola, Fl.
AMF: What is the strangest modeling project that you’ve done?
– ‘Atmosphere Modeling’ is pretty strange. It’s when a guy pays for girls to hang out at his VIP table at a nightclub.
AMF: What would you say is your best physical feature?
– My stomach
AMF: What do you like to do outside of modeling?
– If i’m not taking pics of myself I’m either eating or playing with my rescue dog, Jackson. I am obsessed with him!
AMF: What is your dream car and why?
– I would love to have a Maserati – they are so fast!
AMF: What do you like about the industry / scene and why?
– I am addicted to the attention… sad, but true.
AMF: What do you dislike about the industry / scene and why?
– The haters and negative comments are draining sometimes.
AMF: What is the most memorable modeling experience and why?
– My first photo shoot. I was nervous but realized how much I enjoyed being in front of the camera.
AMF: Having success as a model (like anything) comes with a price, what was yours?
– I left someone I really loved to explore the modeling industry. He was controlling and wouldn’t let me do anything. It worked out for the best.
AMF: What advice would you give out to aspiring models?
– If you can afford it, pay your photographers. If you can’t, always get a contract signed when doing a shoot. It’s never good for photographers to have ‘nip slips’ and what not to do with what they please.
AMF: Shout outs or last words?
– When looking for a new addition to your household, adopt! Don’t shop!