Modeling Experience

Much of my work in the modeling industry has been print and commercial work. Some brands I have worked with include Belk, Southeastern Performance Apparel, Britax, Hamricks, Gaiam, Jovani, and more. Most of these opportunities come from my wonderful agency, Directions USA.

Here you can find examples of my collaborative work with local businesses and photographers. 

Laundry Day

Back again with more unbelievable work shot by another incredible friend! Christian Crocker is probably the most artistic mind I've ever encountered; graphic design, music, photography, you name it and he's got a knack for it. He called me up during finals week with this idea and an hour later we were in a sketchy laundromat, having a blast, making fools of ourselves and getting these killer images as a result. If you like these, definitely give him a follow for more fantastic content ( )

The Classics with Granger Owings

I'm blessed to have a lot of talented friends, one of them being the creative content master Charles McBryde; this stylish son-of-a-gun has really developed his photography skills to match his killer Instagram (@charlesmcbryde). Anyway, I got to help him shoot the new line of clothes for Granger Owings, a local store South Carolina known for timeless styles. They carry all the classic wardrobe essentials, ie. these Ralph Lauren pants I'm now obsessed with.

Wedding Wonderland

This wedding inspired shoot was all thanks to the creative talents of Chris IshamModFete Floral Designs, and Tessa Pinner Cakes. All their businesses are based out of Greenville, SC and each one is a joy to work with!

Parking Deck Sunsets

These shots were taken by my incredibly talented roommate Melanie Pertorious <3. With just twenty minutes of lingering sunlight she managed to take some of my favorite pictures of my entire modeling career! Like I said, ridiculously talented. 

Gregory's Gowns

When one of my dear friends and favorite gown designer Gregory Ellenburg asked me to model some of his custom designs, I was thrilled. I was over the moon when I saw the final product shot by the talented Josh Norris.