You have done bold photo shoots with Italian Vogue, American, Italian, Brazilian, and Croatian Elle, American and British Harper’s Bazaar, W, Marie Claire, 10 Magazine, Carine Roitfeld’s CR Fashion Book, Dossier, Esquire, GQ, L’Officiel, Los Angeles Times, Missbehave, Status, and Vulture. How you are so body confident and advice?
I see myself as an artist when I am on set, so one of my passions is to see myself in the eye of my team and what they are doing asking myself what their visions is so I can make it a reality. I love when people are happy around me and am laughing, I love when people giggle and celebrate life, so I try to replicate and re-create that energy every time I’m on set. Some of the best photos I’ve taken are the most challenging ones so I’m always up for a challenge because those are the most memorable moments.
I am very comfortable with my body, and I love breaking boundaries and challenging myself and I’ve always done what I felt comfortable with, so my advice is go as far as you feel comfortable with but always no your limits. I think it’s important to follow your gut and always know your surroundings.
Tell us more about your appearance on the James Bond-inspired music video of the song “Bright Lights Bigger City” by the American rapper CeeLo Green.
This was such a fun project I love CeeLo and his music, it would be a dream one day to collaborate again especially with him musically as an artist now.
His voice is so huge and so he is personality is so sweet with everyone and sad and I remember looking at that whole universe and thinking, I would love to be a part of this world admiring him with hopes of more a music career for myself.
How do you train your abs? One secret to your toned body.
Jumping rope has been my secret for years it saved me through seven years of Victoria’s Secret on maintaining the same shape throughout the whole year it’s an incredible work out that you can take with you everywhere you go.
Five foods you absolutely love and five you keep to a minimum.
The five foods I love the most are avocado tomatoes banana rice and beans. The food I try to keep down to a minimum our breads different pastas, sugar and salt.
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