QVC {Conair Hit 2}

After my first QVC hit with Conair, they brought me back when the second generation of the curlstyler came out! This one worked so much better and was foolproof compared to the first version…Plus it came in 3 fun colors!


QVC {Conair Hit }

 Such an exciting week so far! I had my first on air hit with QVC for Conair! The Curl Styler was amazing, just look at the results! Waking up at 1am to be on air from 3-4am was so worth it. QVC is such a great company to work for and I’m glad I can officially say I’m a part of it!! Looking forward to modeling more beauty products and even fashion or fitness. 


Old Photos { My Very First Shoot }

After returning home from the competition in Orlando, I did my very first shoot in Philadelphia. It started out as just a headshot shoot but soon evolved into getting some dancing photos! Dancing had always been part of my life until I was 18 and left for college at Drexel University. I studied ballet for 14 years, tap, jazz, hip hop, lyrical, and modern dance as well. I still love to dance and I hope to do more movement shoots in the coming weeks!

“Dance is a way to find yourself and loose yourself all at the same time”

Commercial Work

I had the opportunity to work with United University Professions to create this commercial. SUNY schools were cutting funding and this advertisement was on air through every television set in NY throughout 2013-2014.

Commercial Shoot With Frank Lanigan

In this shoot, we went for more of a commercial magazine look. We tried to resemble Banana Republic and Ann Taylor Loft in the clothing choices, poses, and facial expressions were kept very minimal { Nothing too drastic }. This shoot was definitely one of my favorite thus far! Frank is an amazing photographer who made me feel very comfortable { }. All of the styling was done by the fabulous Jessie Holeva. She is a new up-and-coming fashion trend blogger who is the brains behind { Go check her out! } She is now working with QVC! Make-up and hair styling was done by the wonderfully talented Linda Marcy. We started with a natural look for the pale pink sweater and long skirt, then evolved the look into a colored liner and orange tinted lip for the final look in the jean jacket. Such a talented team and I’m glad I had the opportunity to work alongside them!