1, What is your story and your becoming of a model?
I started modelling when I was 5 years old. I started as a print model to commercial model and now as a catwalk model. My 1st print job was with Weinerberger Brick Company (2011), then Kits for Kids (2011), McDonald’s Happy meal (2013), Startrite Shoes (2015), Girl Talk Magazine – 6 issues (2016), NSPCC Campaign (2017) Morrison’s Nutmeg Children Clothing (2018). My 1st commercial was Lenovo commercial (2012), Entertainer Toy Shop commercial (2013), Bayer commercial (2015). I have done loads of fashion shows between here in London and Milan for the past 4-5 years.
2, What awards have you won in the past, present or will in the future?
Best in Catwalk 2018 – Ever in Vogue
Young Female Model of the Year 2019 – DCS Hotshots Annual Awards
Walk the Walk Modelling Competition Overall Winner 2019
Rising Star Award 2019 by Ethnic Royals
Miss Fashion Week UK Teen 2020 ( UK )
Miss Fashion Week Teen International 2nd Runner Up in USA
3, Has modelling always been your life’s ambition?
I always love modelling, It is one of many ambitions in my life.
4, Would you call modelling a hobby or a job, to you?
For me it’s both, it’s a hobby as I enjoy doing it, love meeting new friends and enjoy trying different designer dresses. It is a job for me as I get paid for my other print and commercial modelling which I save the money in my bank which I can use for my university.
5, Do you have any other talents besides modelling?
I go to a local dance school and we perform 2x a year. Singing and playing the piano but not sang or played the piano in public for a few years now so I’m hoping I can return doing them.
6, How have you come this far in your career? And what hardship have you had to face:
I wouldn’t be in this stage of my career without the endless effort and support from my parents. Some hardship I have to face is long hours during the fashion show, travelling to different locations for photoshoots and I have had some jobs cancelled as my school, which is my priority, has not given me any school day leave
7, Do you think in the future you’ll still be a model or would you have moved onto a different career path?
Id likes to think that I will still be a part model in the future but would also like to try different fields.
8, If you could have any other job in the world apart from modelling what would it be?
I would like to be a dancer/ performer and hopefully, try acting.
9, Would you like to further your career even more and how do you plan to do that?
I definitely still would like to further my career in modelling. I will continue to join fashion shows and photoshoots to gain more experience and training. I also would like to try to join another pageant in the future as it help me build my self-confidence.
10, How do you believe your job will not only affect you in a positive way but others?
I can inspire younger girls to get into modelling to be themself as through modelling you can express who you are.
11, Who is your inspirational role model in and outside of the fashion industry?
Catriona Gray, Miss Universe 2018, as she inspires me as a Filipina and most of all because of the charity works she does for poor and children. She inspired me so much that I organised a fundraising fashion show and raised over £2000 for Little Princess Trust, a charity for children with cancer.
12, Who would you like to thank the most for helping you grow, not only as a model but as a person?
My parents who always supports and encourages me in all endeavours that I do and always encourages me to be my best in everything I do.