Time for another weekly installment of #SUNDAYSTORIES!

During a casting early in my career, I went to go see the House of Dior in Paris. As I entered the room there was a row of people that sat behind a long table, I handed them my book and then showed them my walk. Everything seemed to go OK, and on my way out I noticed what I could only describe as this debonair looking pirate sitting in the corner of the room by the door, he was smirking at me and had his arms crossed. I looked back around the room as if to say “Am I the only one who see’s this full on pirate here?!”. I was so enamoured with this man’s look that I called my mom back in Canada right after and said, “So… there was this pirate at Dior, and I can’t believe how fabulous he looked”. To cut a long story short, I got the job and it was only at the Dior show that I realized, the pirate was John Galliano himself. This would be my first of many shows with Galliano, a man who constantly reinvents his look in the most fantastic way. He recently became the creative director for Maison Margiela and I’m so excited to see how he reinvents fashion and himself yet again.
Sometimes I can’t believe some of my own early modeling experience. Keep an eye on my blog for weekly #SUNDAYSTORIES!

Time for another weekly installment of #SUNDAYSTORIES!

During a casting early in my career, I went to go see the House of Dior in Paris. As I entered the room there was a row of people that sat behind a long table, I handed them my book and then showed them my walk. Everything seemed to go OK, and on my way out I noticed what I could only describe as this debonair looking pirate sitting in the corner of the room by the door, he was smirking at me and had his arms crossed. I looked back around the room as if to say “Am I the only one who see’s this full on pirate here?!”. I was so enamoured with this man’s look that I called my mom back in Canada right after and said, “So… there was this pirate at Dior, and I can’t believe how fabulous he looked”. To cut a long story short, I got the job and it was only at the Dior show that I realized, the pirate was John Galliano himself. This would be my first of many shows with Galliano, a man who constantly reinvents his look in the most fantastic way. He recently became the creative director for Maison Margiela and I’m so excited to see how he reinvents fashion and himself yet again.

Sometimes I can’t believe some of my own early modeling experience. Keep an eye on my blog for weekly #SUNDAYSTORIES!

Citizen K - Editorial #3

Here is my third and final editorial for this months Citizen K (see the other two here and here) with the same fantastic team as the other two: photos by John Paul Pietrus, makeup by Niki M’Nray, hair by Danilo and styling by Lucia Liu.

CITIZEN K - Editorial #1

I posted the cover last week and my personal behind-the-scenes yesterday, now here is the first of 3 futuristic themed editorials I shot for the magazine. As you can see this one as you can see is clearly influenced by Sean Young’s iconic character in Blade Runner. 

"All those moments will be lost in time, like tears in rain"

Photos by John Paul Pietrus
Makeup by Niki M’Nray
Hair by Danilo
Stylist Lucia Liu

Telegraph UK - ‘HOT COCO’ 
March 2014

Who says that sporty can’t be chic? Working with photographer Chad Pitman and one of my favorite stylists and people in the world, Zanna Roberts Rassi, we got to show off the latest in sports-meets-luxe from HermèsGucci, Prada and more in the latest Telegraph. Make sure you read the interview, too!

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Coco

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Harpers Bazaar Australia - Fashion Film

New fashion film shot by Todd Barry (Remember when he and I shot inside the Sydney Opera House last year?) for Harpers Bazaar Australia, now running live at harpersbazaar.com.au. Styled by Karla Clarke, makeup by Kellie Stratton and hair by Mich McQuillan.

See the cover shot HERE.