Born and raised in the Main Line suburbs of Philadelphia, PA. I later moved to Atlanta to attend Clark Atlanta University. While at Clark I went on a few assignments at some local modeling agencies and was told I had a great look, but needed to slim down my curves to book work as a model.
One day I was introduced to Randy Marshall of Fat Cats; he put me down with a casting agency, and the following week, I booked my first two music videos, “Trans DF Express” and “Welcome to Atlanta” where I had a speaking part. I instantly fell in love with the hip-hop side of the modeling world. A place where curves and ethnic looks are celebrated.
From a young age my mother taught me to embrace my body and budding sexuality. That they are gifts not to be ashamed of. They are in harmony with your intelligence and sensibility, not traded for them. This outlook on life has been a great help in my career. I don’t see my sexuality as a weapon, but as a part of my spirit. I don’t see other models as enemies and competition, but as allies and fellow artists. I have been able to to exist in this industry without becoming jadded.
I’ve always loved taking pictures.
I currently reside in South Florida where along with modeling, I am taking acting classes and indulging in my favorite hobby, traveling. I’ve been many places in the world, and still have scores of places that I want to visit.
In the near future I plan to display my aquired acting skills on the big screen in a feature film, or combine my passions and host my own travel show on television.
Outkast and UGK – International Players Anthem
The Game feat. Kanye West – Wouldn’t Get Far
Dem Franchise Boys – Ridin Rims
Rashaad Morgan – Tell ’em What They Want to Hear
Ludacris – Stand Up
Murphy Lee, Nelly & JD – What the Hook Goin Be?
Roscoe feat. Sleepy Brown – Head to Toe
Killer Mike – A.D.I.DA.S.
Lil John & Eastside Boyz – I Don’t Give a…
Mr. Bigg – Trial Time
JD & Ludacris – Welcome to Atlanta
Dungeon Family – Trans DF Express