How did you first get into modeling?
My journey of becoming a model began at a young age because of my love for hip hop. Back then, I was listening to artists such as Kanye West, Playboi Carti and ASAP Mob, who were deeply involved with the fashion world. Later on, that inspired me to take my own fashion seriously. My modeling journey started back in Melbourne during quarantine, when I took my creativity to Tik Tok and amassed millions of views within a short period of time. The exposure helped shape my career, gaining recognition from brands and, ultimately, being represented by Priscilla’s Model Management.
London or New York City?
I’d rather live in London if it were to be for modeling, and that’s because the focus of the modeling industry circulates mainly in Europe. However, the creative scene and lifestyle in New York City would probably suit me a lot more, with Hollywood being the center of all the roles I’d like to achieve.
If you weren’t a model, what would you be?
An accountant or a businessman for a corporate company has been the prime backup idea since primary school. Anyhow, overtime I’ve been fascinated by architecture and the artistic views of artists surrounding architects like Zaha Hadid, who’s made me question myself on whether I could provide the world with the wonders of the shapes and objects used to bring meaning to this meaningless world.
Reading or watching Netflix?
Netflix is probably my go-to option when I’m with friends or family members. However, reading the voice of an author gives a better focus of the story and helps your mind visualise the scenes of that particular story.
Skateboard or electric scooter?
Skateboarding is a lot harder, because you have no control on the speed of the board, whereas E-scooters come with a maximum speed and don’t give you as much creative space for tricks. And I personally love to learn new tricks.