Tell us a bit about yourself.
I was born in Panama, and moved around often growing up because my father was the military. This has made it very easy for me to adapt in all environments. I currently reside in Los Angles. I am Colombian German, and also have Cherokee Indian heritage.
How long have you been in the modelling industry?
I have been modelling for now over 13 years.
What have been some of the most memorable aspects of your career?
I have been published in Playboy, walked for Victoria’s Secret Runway show and modelled for many well-known swimsuit and lingerie lines. My experience has led me to work with NASCAR, filming three consecutive years for Fox Sports. I have also been featured in CSI Los Vegas, Manswers and other popular TV shows such as Ray Donavon.
What do you like to do in your free time?
I really enjoy helping out with charities, and giving back. It is the most rewarding feeling. I am also currently into Crossfit training and I really love to cook. I also love being in front of the camera- whether its modelling or acting. I feel like I can really get into another character ,and seeing the results is so rewarding
What do you look for in a man?
I love a man that is easy going. Very confident, but yet aggressive. When a man is smart and passionate, it is such a turn on. My man definitely has to have some form of neediness to him. When a guy tells me he is a gamer, it is like “Wow who turned on the button”. I tend to date the bad boy, but always end up with the good boys, who enjoy drinking from time to time- I love to go home, and pop open a beer and chill or a glass or wine.
What are the biggest turnoffs when it comes to men?
Someone with bad taste in music, and if their hygiene level is not up to pare. Impatience is also a huge turn off. Also, guys who want to plan out the week in advance when they are going to see you. I don’t like set dates, it shouldn’t feel like a “business” and by this, I mean you shouldn’t feel obligated to stay committed to a date if you cannot make it. It shouldn’t feel like a job- that is no fun. Another turn off is men that don’t understand my career, and that are overly jealous or possessive.
What is the greatest lesson you have learnt throughout your career?
I have realised in life that friends come and go, but at the end of the day, it’s about finding people in your life that care as much as you, because friendship is also like a relationship- it takes two.