Where are you from, and what is your nationality?
I was born and raised on Long island. I am Russian, Italian, French, and Irish.
How long have you been modeling, and what inspired you to start?
I have been modeling for over a year now. I’ve always wanted to model since I was a little girl. I used to watch music videos, and I wanted to be my idol, Gloria Velez!
Where else can we see some of your recent work?
My work is floating everywhere; I’ve been doing a lot of freelancing, no long-term jobs just yet. I also do music videos! My latest music video was for Joe Ness, “I Go to Work.”
What kind of music do you listen to, and what inspired you to become a music video girl?
I listen a lot of everything, except pop and country. I really love rap, hip-hop, and soul music. Every time I watch a rap or hip-hop video, my eye is instantly drawn to the female eye candy dancing around the artist. I’ve always wanted to be that kind of eye candy.
I’m guessing you have a large family. Do you think your want to be eye candy, stems from wanting to be the center of attention?
Yes, I have a very large family. Growing up, there were always people around me. I don’t really like being the center of attention; I’m actually very shy. When I model, it’s like a split personality that comes out – I get to be someone I’m usually not. My motivation to become eye candy, to be the center of attention in photographs and music videos comes from my idolization of models like Gloria Valez. Back when I was growing up, there were very few white women in the urban community. I really looked up to women like her and aspired to be just like her.
What body part of yours would you say gets the most attention?
That would have to be my breasts. Double-D’s always draw attention.
What are your favorite parts of your body? What kind of lingerie do you like?
Probably my hair and my lips. I also really like to accentuate my natural waist by making it smaller, either using corsets or by simply tucking my shirts into my waistband. For lingerie I really love very vivacious, showy pieces that let everything hang out and leave nothing to the imagination.
How was your shoot with Bully Girl Magazine?
My shoot was a pleasure as usual. I had a great time outside and hanging out with the dogs. I always enjoy myself in this kind of atmosphere, and I can’t wait to go to my next bully show.
After shooting with these dogs, what do you think of the bully breed?
The dogs are great! They look vicious, like the bad reputation Pit Bulls get, but they are such sweethearts!
Do you have dogs, or own pets of any kind?
A lot of my family had dogs while I was growing up, including my parents. We mostly had mutts, such as a Greyhound/Pit Bull mix. I currently do not have any dogs of my own.
What other hobbies do you have, besides modeling?
I’m studying Liberal Arts at an online university. I haven’t exactly found my niche or figured out what I want to do, but I love learning and getting my hands on as much information as possible. I especially love philosophy and non-fiction, really anything that can give me a new point of view on life. In my free time, I love running, strength training, and cooking!!!
What are your goals for the future?
Finishing school is my first priority. I also plan to appear on more magazine covers; I really want to get my name out there and expand my modeling career. Eventually, I would like to open up a boutique.
What motto do you live by?
“Where there’s a will, there’s a way!” I’ve definitely hit a few obstacles in my life, especially with my modeling career. I have a lot of drive to further my career and do my best with it, but I haven’t been given a lot of opportunities to work with. I see that there are a lot of more successful models, much younger than me, and I find it very disheartening. Despite that, I know there will always be a way to achieve my dreams and I have an extreme drive to reach my goals.