How would you describe yourself in three words?
German sparkle party.
How old were you when you got into modelling?
How did you get into it?
I was scouted on the streets in Windhoek in Namibia and this German magazine had this thing of no models in their magazine and I ended up shooting with them and the photographer from the shoot sent my photos to an agency in Cape Town.
Did you always want to be a model?
No, not really. It was never really my plan but when it happened it happened and I enjoyed it so I’m still doing it.
What do you love about the industry?
I like the variety of people. I love the creativity around it because once you've taken the photos you always expect them to look a certain way but when you get them they can be completely different and I just love meeting people working within the industry.
Are you able to show your own personal style whilst modelling?
I guess so, I’m in the photos. Always, kind of, sort of.
What have you learnt from modelling and how did it change you as a person?
I think modelling has given me a lot of confidence to truly be honest with people because a lot of the time people try and change you and what I've learnt is that I don't have to change if I don't want to.
What do you do when you’re not on set?
I read a lot, mostly if i'm not at home reading or watching movies I’m out with people. I love hiking and writing and recording music but mostly out and about.
Where are you happiest?
At the beach with a whisky old fashioned, a cigar and a steak with garlic butter.
Whats next for you?