1. What is something not too many people know about you?
A big part of my life that I never felt the need to share with my social media followers is my background in athletics. I'm a JUCO All-American in track and field and currently studying psychology and pursuing a full ride Athletic scholarship. Track has been an outlet for relieving a lot of stress and has given me the opportunity to do a lot of traveling. All in all, it has helped shaped me into who I am today.
2. What are your biggest passions or hobbies?
One of my biggest hobbies has become modeling. I really found the art in it and fell in love with finding new settings to shoot at, or just involving myself into the fashion. I've also made some great connections in photographers and fellow models, who have now became close friends.
3. What are your goals for the future?
For my short term goals, I would like to further my education in psychology at a University. I would also like to run track at the school I transfer to and finish my athletics along with my education. Long term goals include my degree in psychology and eventually opening my own business and running my own practice. I would also like to write books on some of my own psychology theories.
4. What is your definition of success?
Success to me is up to an individual to decide for themselves. Society tries to outline success under a narrow category, but it's what you make it. No matter how big or small the achievement is, if you set a goal for yourself and accomplish it then you were successful.
5. Tell us something about the projects you're working on.
In a few months I'll be finished with my track season, then it's time for me to jump back into modeling. I have been working with a Professor from Florida, who runs the sustainability program at the university of Miami. Our goal is to connect with as many domestic and international agencies as we can and shape the future of advertising.