I did my first modeling shoot when I was twelve, and it was just because my mom was friends with people in the fashion industry and they needed someone with long, dark hair for some of their hair commercials. So I just did it because, like, you know, I got paid for that at twelve and it was amazing. I just couldn't believe how long it took to get hair and makeup done. It was like all we have to do is, you know, put some makeup on and it shouldn't take six hours. They made me sit like that, but literally for like the entire time. It was like--it's--that's what I'm getting myself into you know, it's not medicine.
I've actually been interested in taking pictures and I've been kind of since I started modeling. I kind of take--I've got a great camera and ask every--really annoy every photographer. What happens when you do this? I don't necessarily, want, like, to go into [it] professionally, I just really enjoy having those memories and not only having those memories, but making the memories look good.
I don’t tend to look the same more than two days in a row. I kind of--I just like wearing clothes that fit my shape. I kind of pick characters to be rather than have styles, so I like being--I guess today I'm a bit of like a grungy dolly, sometimes be a pirate or ballerina or hippie. This kind of stuff, I like that. I just like having fun with clothes.
I'm looking nice with these boots, I guess.
My philosophy in life has always been I want to go where the wind takes me. And since I've let that be, I've gone to great places. So, I may not be, obviously I can’t be model forever, I just ideally want to, you know, have a lovely family with a great house in the countryside and kind of be a domestic mother at forty somehow.