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I am a multi-talented model; I do all of my styling, makeup, and concepts in my work. I occasionally edit my photos as well. My unique quality is that I love to experiment with many different styles for shoots to keep it fresh and exciting, and I take influence from anything that inspires me.
Harriet, what are your passion and aspiration in life? How did you start as Model?
My passion is ultimately modeling; it is my creative outlet. I also am passionate about film. I completed a Special Effects degree at Solent University and graduated with a first. My ultimate goal is to either be a model as a job or to get into the film industry.
Who is your inspiration in life, Harriet? How do you stay inspired as a Model?
My main inspirations are the things around me and what inspires me personally, anything from music, art, film, fashion, history, and mythology.
We all make mistakes, Harriet; we wish we could take back. What was the mistake you made in the past that you wish you can take back?
I made the mistake of being too hard on myself in the past and not taking credit for my achievements and not realizing how much I have to offer. I embrace my talents and skills a lot more now than I did when I was younger.
Harriet, How do you describe yourself in terms of working with clients?
I am a very professional and punctual model who enjoys working with a variety of photographers and fashion brands. I take modeling very seriously, and I am a hard-working individual who can get along with anyone.
Please tell us, Harriet, how do you prioritize work, social life, friends, and family?
I prioritize my work and social life by creating a balance and making time for the important things. In the past, I had had to prioritize my studies to go along with my modeling, both for when I studied Fine art at college and when I studied at university. My studies were most important, but I found time to have a social life and model around these two periods of my life. Balance is key.
Harriet, please give us an example of a time when you were able to persuade someone to see things your way at work successfully.
The most prominent time was at university when we had to work in a team project. I was able to work with my peers in a fair but structured manner. I commanded my ideas and abilities with confidence and projected myself in a way that made my talents shine through. I worked on aspects of the project that made my strengths come through in the way of researching for the project and public presentation.
Harriet, please tell us about your proudest professional accomplishment as a Model.
My proudest moments to date are getting published numerous amounts of time and landing my first cover. I'm also proud of my catwalk achievements and having the confidence to appear in a music video.
Harriet, please give us an example of a time you were able to be creative with your work. What was exciting or difficult about it?
In all of my shoots, I am able to be creative because I come up with most of the concepts. I like to be pushed on a shoot, especially on location. There have been a few times where it was difficult to get to certain areas, but I don't let that put me off, I like to get stuck in, and I'm not afraid to get involved even if it means I have to climb a steep muddy hill in heels.
What advice would you give to the people who want to be successful as a Model?
The advice I would give is to have a passion and creative flair. Use modeling to show your personality and don't be afraid to try new things and concepts just as long as they are within your comfort zone, of course.
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