Ashley Young specializes in glamour, dance, artistic, and beauty modelling as well as Promotional modelling at events.
Women Fitness President talks to the stunning model about her journey into the glamour world.
You are best known as the official Playboy Playmate. Walk us through your spectacular journey and tell us how it all began?
I thought William was kidding when he called and asked me if I wanted to shoot for Playboy AND didn’t have to do any nudity haha.
But two weeks later Playboy Philippines’ head photographer flew out to Vancouver and we shot my feature piece in our Olympic Village.
It was such an incredibly gratifying moment to get the honor to work with such a powerhouse publication, especially being a more athletically built model rather than their typical curvaceous bombshell. It was a really fun experience that I will never forget.
You also have Cheer leading, Gymnastics, Acting and Dance Experience. How did you realize your love for being in front of the camera then?
I was always interested in fashion and modelling growing up. I always had Fashion Telivision with Jeanne Beker on before school and my Nana always let me play dress up in her high heels whenever she would babysit my sister and I. My intro into modelling was a complete fluke but my experience as a gymnast and dancer helped me find my own way into a very competitive career and I’ve never looked back.
Introduce us to a day in your life.
A typical photoshoot day usually starts with a 5am wakeup call. I eat a breakfast of eggs and veggies with my little pomeranian. Then I do hair and makeup before leaving for set. I always grab a Starbucks Americano with sugar free Vanilla on my way.
After work I come home and have a snack and some coffee or preworkout with my Fiancé before we hit the gym. After the workout we eat our dinner and meal prep for the next day. We end the day with either a movie or reading in bed before we turn in.
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