I think to showing my body it's a kind of feminist movement.
I like when my photos are sexy, hot and provocative.
I'm not the classical type of model...but I have some specials. This have every woman.
You don't need to operate yourself...you can just be cool and hot exactly as you are...
It's not like a miss contest-where you have a concuration ...
It's more to give power, and self confidence for girls.
I officially started modeling in January 2018. It’s actually A photographer contacted me on instagram saying he loved my work as a MUA and he saw in me the potential to be model because I had beautiful features. Following several exchanges, we shot for the first time on January 21st. I loved my experience and especially the connection I had with Ricky Elie, my photographer. Since then, I've decided to start my career as Plus size Model and to embrace my curvy body. My first shoot was in 2016, my cousin needed models to build his portfolio of photographs. I shot with him, I loved it but I did not have enough self-confidence to start a career as a model at that time.
I love boudoir photoshoots! At most shoots, I ask to do some form of lingerie to keep building my portfolio for it. For a long time I was scared to show off my body in that way, and was afraid that it would look bad. But recently I've been obsessed with it, especially with the women's empowerment movement that's currently happening!
I'd have to say my favorite lingerie has got to be black lace. You can see in my shoots that it's what I normally wear. I love the way my red hair pops against the black!
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