Best advice you ever received?

The best advice I’ve received is to stop caring what others think. For the longest time I was nervous to post certain things because of others opinions. When I stopped worrying about that, that’s when I started becoming more successful. 

Favorite food?

Such an odd one but it’s eggplant parmigiana.

Favorite photographer?

Gotta hand it to Stace Bernard. He’s the biggest hype man. 

Favorite part of a mans body?

Probably the shoulders and clavicle area. 

Favorite part of your body?

I’m a fan of my booty, my nose, and the little crease in my thighs when I sit down.

Turn ons?

When my thigh gets rubbed, and when someone can make me laugh. 

Turn offs?

Cockiness. 100% 

You're our wcw, who is yours? 

Celebrity crush?


Craziest place you've ever done it?

In the middle of the woods. Wouldn’t recommend. 

Best part of making love? Besides the obvious.

The emotional connection. 

You feel sexiest when?

I’m shooting a set. 

One piece of advice you'd give a guy trying to date you?

I’d apologize because I’m off the market, but take the offer as a compliment. 

Sexual Bucketlist?

Maybe a threesome? But I do tend to get jealous. 😂😂

Favorite place to be touched?

I like when people rub my back. 😂

Least favorite place to be touched?

My neck, when it’s not sexual of course. 

Describe the perfect date.

I want to go on a four wheeling date. But snowboarding is fun too. 

Describe your worst date.

I don’t mind dinner dates but I think it’s so cliche. 

What kind of reaction do you get when you tell people you're a glamour model?

Most people are like not surprised, but they just assume I’m just an Instagram model. When I explain that I’ve been published and actually do professional shoots, then they’re a bit more shocked. 

Describe the atmosphere when you're on a shoot. Do you play music? Do you talk with the photographer in between shots?

I really like to be silly and dance literally between shots. It needs to be chill and fun. 

As a model, how do you deal with the collateral drama of your profession? Like dating?

 It makes it hard to build relationships with people because you don’t know if they’re there genuinely or to be able to use you and get an “in” to the industry. Guys can be weird sometimes too because they want to talk to you because of your modeling photos, but sometimes if you date them, they’re not okay with the shoots you do, so it’s confusing 😂

If you could go back in time and talk to the young you when you started modeling, what advice would you give yourself?

When I was younger I had a really rough life; I would go back and tell her to just keep pushing because things will 100% get better.