How would you describe yourself in three words?
Fun, demanding and cheeky.
How old were you when you got into modelling?
I first got scouted when I was 15 but I started properly at 21 as I went to Uni and had to concentrate on that.
How did you get into it?
I was scouted in Brent Cross, there was this weird woman looking at me and I asked my sister why does she keep on looking at me. My sister said ignore her and 5 minutes later she came over. I was only 15 at the time so my sister asked can I help you and she started to ask whether I had ever considered modelling. I was really tall and skinny and people always said I should model but I thought that just because I was tall and skinny I didn’t need to model, there were a lot of other things I could do. Eventually I thought why not and gave it a go.
What do you love about the industry?
Its different, you can be yourself. Creative and unique and I think its important to be individual.
Has your perception of modelling changed as times gone on?
In the beginning I didn’t really know anything about it but obviously I’ve been in it a little while so I’m learning to grow with it. I feel like theres an issue with diversity but I do think its getting better but think more could be done.
Whats been your favourite thing to date that you’ve done within the industry?
In May I went to Cannes for three days. It was for a media premiere for a film called trolls, I was the yellow one so had to have a cool wig and we got to meet Justin Timberlake and dance behind him. It was all over the news and stuff and good morning Britain. My friends kept sending me videos whilst I was on the tv. That was really big. It was Cannes film festival. I loved it.
What do you plan on doing next?
For now I’d love to get some big global campaigns but eventually I’d like to start my own modelling agency, maybe in the next 8 years. I just need to build up my contacts.