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Living my Childhood Dream...part time anyway

When I was a little girl, I wanted to grow up and become a 5'8 model with long luscious hair...just like every other 8 year old I knew. At that time in my life no one bothered to tell me that 5'2 was as high as I was going. Being very short I never really considered the possibility of fulfilling my childhood dream until about a year and a half ago.

#1. I love Italy but they have little to no desire for shorties like myself as far as modeling goes. 
#2. Majority of my modeling work happens when I go back to the states to visit.
#3. Modeling is a part time "hobby" of mine. I say hobby because it's not like I'm Naomi, Gisele, or Tyra making the big bucks. 
#4. With all that being said, I still love modeling. A photographer once asked me why I wanted to model. My response was this..."Besides it being a childhood dream of mine, and liking it as a job, it combines all the things I love. When you mix together photography, creativeness, fashion & design, along with a model, I see it as a piece of art."

And now for some pictures from my portfolio...

Had to throw in this candid shot


  1. Gorgeous!

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    1. Thanks hun! I just love those pink shoes in the post! LOL

  3. Beautiful photos!

    1. Thank you, I just doing photo shoots. Took a look at your blog earlier and love it! You have some great outfit posts.

  4. you are SO gorgeous! looove your pictures <3 i follow you now on GOOGLE FRIEND! <3 follow me back? :D

    1. Aww thank you! Following you now as well. And guess what? I had to have those black lace shorts....hahah!

  5. Great photography!!

  6. u look lovely!!! and in most pics u look taller than 5'2''!!!

  7. Wonderful photos, I like them!!! This is such a nice post!

    Take a look and if you want we can follow each others: Cosa mi metto???
    Last day to win an amazing dress of your choice up to £200, enter the Zeleb giveaway

    1. Nice blog, and yes most certainly we can follow each other, I just added you.

  8. So pretty!!

    ox from NYC!


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