Remo-Rebel, We Love Her So!
Remo-Rebel, We Love Her So!
How did you get started modeling?
It was sort of a happy accident to be honest. I was quite fortunate in that one of my closest friends is a photographer and was in need of someone to model for her business portfolio. So we did a couple of shoots together and from that moment the modeling just seemed to take on a life of its own.
What excites you about modeling?
The sheer creativity of it all, it’s so enticing. And of course having the opportunity to meet and collaborate with a variety of incredibly talented professionals with whom I can share concepts, and themes which they’ll then incorporate into their own design. It’s being able to develop an idea, even with things constantly changing, and voila a photograph is produced that looks nothing like what you’d initially envisioned but still blows your mind. Then gaining such positive feedback from the work is completely surreal.
Do you come from a background of training in the arts?
I’ve always been into one form or other of artistic expression from a young age. I started out taking dance and music lessons along with being a member of theatre groups and dramatic societies. I don’t think a week will go by where I won’t find myself writing, playing music, drawing or painting something.
What are your favorite types of outfits to model in?
Quirky, off the wall styled outfits, you know the kind that most people would likely cringe at the thought of wearing. Pushing the envelope is what fashion and modeling should be all about. That said, I do like leather and lace a lot as well because it has that dark, romantic quality to it. But so long as I’ve a pair of insanely high heels to slip into, it’s all good.
What are your least favorites?
Anything not in keeping with my personality.
How did you become interested in fetish/BDSM?
Hahaha, I don’t think I ever did. It became interested in me!
What is it about Tattoos that intrigues you?
The fact that they’re this taboo misunderstood thing in modern society yet ironically it’s been practiced for hundreds, if not thousands of years.
Are there any other creative mediums you work in?
Music, on and off.
What kind of music do you like?
Anything and everything imaginable but rock, metal, alternative, punk and blues will always take pride of place. Especially when it comes to my all-time favorite band; Motley Crue. Nothing’s ever going to parallel those guys.
What do you like to do for fun?
I like going out to gigs, whether signed, unsigned or tribute acts. Playing my instruments, nights out with friends, reading, visiting museums, writing, traveling and attempting to learn new languages, being my geeky self by playing scrabble and generally wiping out opponents at shot glass chess. If you haven’t played it, you haven’t lived!
See more of Remo-Rebel:
Zak Tyler, Paul Chong, Rosie Harland-Smy, Neil Clarke, Christopher Bradshaw.