CA: Your mom helped get you into modeling and staying in shape. Explain how she managed to do that and how she helped you stay focused in those two areas? TR: Well my mother plays a vital role in my life. Keeping me grounded being the biggest thing. My mother taught me use to working out as my base. Through its emotional, spiritual and physical benefits it centers my life and helps me maintain focus. Also, being an athlete she preached to me I’m as good as the condition of my
CA: How did you get into modeling? NP: I started modeling after I graduated high school, I was taking pictures with my friends. Everyone said I should model and I appreciate fashion so why not contribute to both? I would style my friends in shoots and started doing my own stuff. I have done fashion shows as well in colleges and fashion weeks. After graduating from college with my Associates degree, I decided to take a year off from school to pursue my modeling career. Now I
CA: Tell us a little about yourself? AY: I’m a calm, cool, quiet guy. I love style, modeling, and working out. That’s pretty much me. CA: Why modeling?
AY: I could never see myself as a model in the past. So once I started working out and got a great body it gave me the confidence to want to try it out. Now here I am a couple months later and I love it. CA: Let’s go back further to why you even started working out?
AY: I was fat and i didn’t like it, i wanted to change. I s
CA: How did you get into modeling? JL: I got into modeling when I was 15. This was when I was in Philly which happens to be my hometown. A lady came up to my mom telling her I should try modeling. At the time, I didn’t know who this lady was but it turned out to be Eve’s (the rapper) mom. I’m like how did I run into Eve’s mom? I gave it a try andat the time I’m 15 when I just started high school and I’m in the 9th grade. There was no one else at my school doing this but me. I
CA: How did you get into modeling?
TA: It is a pretty funny story. When I graduated High school in 2006 from Erasmus, I was walking on Flatbush and this guy had a small modeling management company. He stopped me and asked me a simple question. Why is your face so scrunched up? It was hot and the sun is beaming in my face was my reply. He asked if I ever thought of modeling. I said no because I played football and ran track in school and I thought of modeling as more of a fem