Q: How old are you?
A: I’m 20 years old, born in May making me a Gemini
Q: Where do you live?
A: I grew up in Nottingham, I live in London and study at uni here, and my family are in Somerset.
Q: What is your relationship status?
A: Single, I was in a relationship which I have just come out of. I think he forgot how good I was to him.
Q: Are you religious?
A: No. I grew up as a Christian child and attended a church school from nursery until I was 13. I felt religion was drilled into our heads everyday so much, by the time I was 10 I was aware that the techniques ( in hall assemblys particularly) used on pupils was almost like brainwashing. As an independent child growing up, I wanted to think about life my own way, without being made to believe something no one could prove to me was true. I still follow many Christian rules and I’m very open to different religions. I wouldn’t describe myself as an Atheist, as I have grown up with religion around me. No one can prove God does or doesn’t exist, so I would rather have an open view on life and try and be a good person while I am on this earth.
Q: What is your ethnicity?
A: I am white/Caucasian, British with a tiny bit of Scottish from my great grandma.
Q: What music do you listen to?
A: I have a very varied music taste. I listen to anything from light indie bands and acoustic, summery folk music, trance/dance/electronica to downright dirty heavy metal. Metal brings out the wild side in me. I love nothing better than a good gig and a pint of cider on the side. When I am home doing day to day things, I like to put on lighter tunes I can relax to.
Q: What films do you like?
A: I like movies that connect me with the characters, be it a really beautiful film such as The Notebook, or something really paranormal and psychological such as Signs, The Secret Window, The Shining and Paranormal Activity. I also love films that are based on real situations, such as the film Candy and Girl, Interrupted.
Q: Who do you find inspirational?
A: It sounds silly when I say I find some celebrities inspirational, but I am such a fame geek and there are two women who stand out to me as inspirational figures.
Dita von teese is an obvious choice for a woman I find inspirational. Watching her spin around a giant martini glass was probably the reason I researched deeper into Burlesque and pin-up hollywood icons who have inspired my look, and the reason I got into Rockabilly blues and Motown when I go out dancing.
I also look up to Beyoncé as an inspirational woman, as she has recently taken over the management of her label and involves herself heavily in the production and involvement in making music and choreography. I watched a video recently (http://www.youtube.com/user/beyonce?blend=1&ob=5#p/f/2/3vXXiku0580) and it made me respect her so much more as an artist, and stay true to myself to follow my dreams.
Q: How tall are you?
A: I’m 5”4. I always wished a was a little taller!
Q: Are you a photographer?
A: I freelance in photography in my spare time/for projects at university. I have styled photoshoots and can digitally retouch photos. I am available for booking and will travel if required. For more info visit my website here
Q: Do you dye your hair?
A: Yes. I naturally have dark brown hair anyway, I am trying to get it back to my natural colour. I have had my hair many different shades over the years, the brightest being a red/pink colour from manic panic, bright red and the darkest being black.
Q: I’ve seen your photos, do you model?
A: I started modelling for students studying photography about three years ago. From this I gained experience and now take on private projects. I am not your typical 6ft anorexic model, I am a curvacious, pin-up, vintage model. I specialise in retro and alternative modelling.
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