M D P Models - Magazine Feature: October 12th, 2013

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Clinton, MD



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How did you get into modeling and how long have you been modeling?

A good comrade told me she was taking classes back in 2002-2003. I went with her one night, and the training worked in every way it needed to.

What are your modeling goals or what you seek to accomplish while modeling?

I'm into textiles, forecasting, and textile policy. Modeling was more of a gateway for me. I woke up one day after having done some shows and shoots realizing I wanted to use my brain. I was sold, for a short period of time that I'm good at modeling and it's all I want to do. Modeling has opened doors I wouldn't have other wised opened with an open, peaceful, harmonious mind frame. With modeling, I get to Love on people. I get to observe people, get to know them, and deliver when they don't expect it. No photographer expects a model to bring them website ideas for their start-up, run around climbing fences and trees, or press them out about treatments. I love helping people with their artistic projects. I bring me to the table, which determines whether or not goals can be set to be accomplished.

What has been your biggest gig so far?

I did a video for my favorite up and coming videographer, Ayinde7. We were filming for hip-hop artist, DJ SwayVor's, video Realest That I Know. That was a very cool day. I got to be a zombie! Haha!

What is your dream modeling/acting gig?

Honestly, appearing in Fashion Forecasting stories that go to design houses; and, being the beloved poster child of the Commercial Cannabis Industry.

What are your favorite modeling areas?

I enjoy commercial. It's open market. I want to do projects that my children won't get teased for later on in life, while I have none yet. I like being silly and ethereal, curious and experimental. I get that with commercial/ commercial print. Film is cool. That goes into another form of art.

Your favorite photographers you have worked with?

One of my favorite photographers are Mike Dillon of Rude Boy Photography. He's a gritty, yet soft capture. I don't know what he does with that camera! He lets me run around, so we get good work done.

Another of my favorite photographers would be Mr. Darryl Savage of DSCan Photography. He is able to capture something in me I still have yet to identify. He knows how to guide my imagination on set.

Recently, I acquired a new favorite photographer, Zack Morris of PlayNerd Publications for TuffNerd/ CoffinCuties. We're so on another plane together! The best of imagination and Sci-Fi is right there with Zack. Your favorite quotes?

I have way too many! Haha! "Decision by indecision is, still, an indefinite decision, indefinitely." -Aristotle

What do you bring to the table as a model? In other words, what can companies agencies/photographers expect when working with you?

I bring my brain to the table. I bring educated perspective and foresight to the table, as well. Being that I see a life beyond looking pretty in this Industry [The Umbrella of Fashion], I have direction that doesn't have much to do with the standard Essence, Ebony, King Mag fantasies. I bring a quiet, hairline reality to the table, a part of how I grew up and where I'm from.

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