Current Location: Detroit, Michigan
Relationship Status: Single
Astrological Sign: Gemini
Hair Color: Dark Brown
Eye Color: Dark Brown
Ethnicity: Romanian/Belgian (50/50)
My mom…talked me into modeling when I was younger, which resulted shortly after in my first magazine cover, then followed by a move to NYC. Modeling, however, was not always my main interest. I only started modeling because I had no other way into the clothing industry.
My most memorable shoot is…a shoot that recently happened December 2013 on a tropical island in the Caribbean with photographer Kevin McDermott. This was by far the best location I have ever used to take pictures. I am known for hitting home runs with my photo shoots, but when this shoot is released, we will have hit a grand slam!
My favorite underwear from my collection are…the current white briefs because they look very clean and show off my body the best.
The harshest critique I’ve gotten about my underwear was…in regards to the quality of my first two collections, which I cannot completely argue against. What those people did not know is, I’m a young entrepreneur, and mistakes are always made when you are new to a business. These were my first two collections out of 10,000 collections. You have to make mistakes to make corrections.
My advice to people wanting to model nude is…to go ahead if you are confident enough to pull it off and you are working with the right photographer. However, I see a significant amount of guys that look very insecure in nude photos, so use caution because once they hit the web they are never going away.
In five years…I see myself very successful, but it is impossible to predict how everything will unfold. As for the medical side, I hope to be more involved with HIV medicine.While finishing up my fourth year of pharmacy school, I spent a great deal of time studying the virus by reading countless scientific journals, utilizing specific reputable online databases, and constantly referencing and navigating the guidelines. I learned about the history, the statistics, how the medications are used to combat the virus, resistance issues, diagnosing, CD4 count, viral load, pathophysiology, the patient-populations who have been most infected, those at the highest risk of contracting the virus, and essentially everything else that comes with being infected.