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Interview Done By Mike Wilkerson

Mike: Please introduce yourself?

Farrah: Hello everyone! My name is Farrah DeMorte 😊

Mike: How would the readers know you?

Farrah: I was in Inked Magazine’s Inked Girls May/June edition in 2015… and things have really progressed since then 😊

Mike: When did you become a model?

Farrah: I started modeling in 1999 as a mainstream glamour, swimsuit, and lingering model. And started “Alternative Modeling” in 2012/2013.

Mike: What made you become a model?

Farrah: People told me for years that I should because I’m 5’10”. It was a passion I always had, and I’m very comfortable in front of a camera.

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Mike: What was it like the first time you took your first photo?

Farrah: My first professional shoot was for one of those international model search things. It was in a warehouse and extremely professional. Hair, makeup, everything. I was very intimidated and my mother was with me because I was young, so that made me even more nervous lol! But it was really fun and I learned a lot about the industry.

Mike: How many tattoo’s do you have?

Farrah: I lost count lol! I’ll generalize it though lol a full back piece, lower belly, 3/4 right arm sleeve, left forearm, right hand, right calf, left ankle, both outter thighs, and under bum lettering… I think that covers it? Lol!


Mike: Which tattoo is your favorite? And why?

Farrah: I honestly love them all…. but the most dedication has been to the back piece… it’s almost finished, but it was the biggest work in progress 😊

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Mike: Where are you from?

Farrah: Philadelphia

Mike: Tell the readers about your cosplay?

Farrah: I’m not a real active cosplayer per say, but I do have a couple versions of the slave leia bikini 😊

Mike: What are your cosplay you do?

Farrah: I frequent the monster mania convention in Cherry Hill twice a year with my model group I run called Mayhem and Muses. We dress as a different theme of horror characters every time and take pictures with fans. It’s a lot of fun 😊


Mike: Do you do conventions?

Farrah: the monster mania convention and Philadelphia tattoo convention are the regular stops 😊


Mike: What is the wildest thing a fan has done?

Farrah: I get some interesting messages in my inbox on my fan pages, 🙈 lol, but generally I have to say my fanbase is pretty respectful and I appreciate that 😊

Mike: How can fans reach out to you to say hi or purchase a autographed photo?

Farrah: comments on my Instagram or inbox is usually the best way for me to see stuff. Although I am very busy and unfortunately can’t just sit around and chat with everyone that privately messages me 😞 but if they actually ask me a question, I’ll try to answer 😊

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Mike: How can some book you for a event or to do a picture set?

Farrah: inbox or email is the best way 😊

Mike: What else do you have going on for 2017?

Farrah: lots of shoots and hopefully so more publications 😊

Mike: What would you like to say in closing?

Farrah: I truly appreciate anyone who has taken the time to read this or visit and follow my pages. I’m nobody special, just a regular person chasing a dream, and I’m humbled that some want to be there for the whole ride



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Interview Done By Mike Wilkerson
MW: Introduce yourself?
LG: Hi bad ass people I’m Lilli Grace, an internationally published Inked Glamour model from New Zealand.
MW: What made you decide to model?
LG: I initially got approached to do it a few times, but always thought I was too petite..But I guess it was all about finding my niche! I finally caved and gave it a go and it all snow balled from there..And the rest ,as you can see, is history ha ha.
MW: Where are you from?
LG: Wellington, New Zealand!
MW: Where can your photos be found?
LG: All over! But mainly my fan page on Facebook (I post all them up and coming magazines I’m in on there), From My Instagram to Twitter! you can also purchase my posters from Chilli Prints, with a range of other merchandise coming later this year..
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MW: What kind of photos are you known for?
LG: Mostly Tattoo glamour! I would say my style is street sexy (very ghetto swag ha ha).
MW: Who is your favorite photographer?
LG: I honestly can’t name just one I’ve worked with so many and they all have amazing qualities! I do have a few I ten to gravitate towards how ever..
MW: Where can fans contact you?
LG: Again, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, And for bookings through email.
MW: What would you like to say in closing?
LG: Huge shout out to my support crew and fans, couldn’t be where I am today and heading where I’m going without you so keep vibing on my pages and checking out my crazy antics! Keep doing your thing and chasing your dreams, because you just never know…
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Interview Done By Mike Wilkerson

MW: Please introduce yourself?
DB: Hi, I am an tattooed, fetish alternative model, currently based in Preston in the UK but moving to London, ON in Canada beginning of May. I have been modelling professionally for about 2 years but have done occasional shoots for about 10 years previously.
When did you become a plus size model?

MW: Why did you become a model?
DB: I went to a shoot with a friend and loved it, the photographer was surprised it was my first shoot and my natural exhibitionist came out, still to this day I love those photos and have traveled back to Bristol to shoot a fetish shoot with him again.


MW: What kind of modelling do you do?
DB: I specialize in alternative fashion, fetish, art nude and anything that is slightly bizarre and make people stare. I like to take a normal idea and add an unexpected twist.

MW: What magazines have you posed for?
DB: I have been published in Kultur Magazine, Diane Prince Magazine, Riot Vixen Magazine and Alt Fashion Magazine…loads more to come hopefully!


MW: Have you been in a music video? What was it? (send a link)
DB: My debut video has been for the amazing Wigan punk band Snakes In The Grass…here’s a cheeky link if you fancy seeing girls being led about on dog collars, stripping ladies, pole dances and a mosh pit!

MW: Where is your favorite place to model?
DB: I don’t have a favorite place but I have become friends with lots of lovely photographers that have studios and always love going somewhere that I know I can get a cup of tea, that’s how rock ‘n’ roll I am!!


MW: Who i your favorite photographer? And why?
DB: I have been lucky enough to work with so many talented photographers, Dominic Bell from DI photographic arts has produced amazing images for, the very talented Matin Fryatt and especially Tony Smith, he runs Alt Girls Extraordinaire and has always been there to support me and my work. When I am having doubts he will take an image that blows my mind or suggests an idea that I love.

MW: What do you hope for in the future?
DB: To carry on modelling, increasing the number of people that would like to work with me and support my art. With my big move to Canada not far off, I would love to build a network of fantastic photographers, MUA’s, models and friends across the water similar to the amazing ones here in the UK.


MW: Do you do appearances? How can someone book you?
DB: Yes of course, the best way to reach me is via my Facebook page, model mayhem or to email me Please supply as much information as you can then we can chat.

MW: How can fans reach you?
DB: Through my Facebook page, I love chatting to people and try to have a really interactive page. I am always willing to answer questions and chat.


MW: What would you like to say in closing?
DB: Become a Delamite!!…Pop over to my page have a look and say hello, would love to welcome you to my little crazy corner of the world, don’t be shy I don’t bite.
Over and out!!



Interview Done By Mike Wilkerson

MW: Please introduce yourself?

KO: Hello my name is Krystle Orcutt.


MW: When did you become a model?

KO: I started modeling when I was 18 I only did one shoot with a local photographer and then stopped for a long time but then recently took some more pics.


MW: Why did you become a model?

KO: I became a model because I love being in front of the camera I love to smile and what better place to be then smiling in front of the camera.

MW: What kind of modeling do you do?

KO: I am very open in my modeling but will only shoot nude with known photographers.


MW: What magazines have you posed for?

KO: Unfortunately I haven’t posed for any magazines but just recently worked with zero gravity photography and am hoping to be featured in there magazine EPG MAGAZINE.

MW: Have you done acting?

KO: I have never done acting before or ever been in a music video but would love to try both.


MW: Where is your favorite place to model?

KO: I don’t really have a favorite place to shot i am open to try new things so I love it all just recently shot outside in the snow talk about cold but it was a blast.

MW: Who is your favorite photographer? And why?

KO: My favorite photographer is a local photographer Thomas Lenoard Studios he is a sweet man the first photographer to take my pics I was extremely nervous starting out with this but he made it fun and relaxed he is so goofy and fun to work with.


MW: What do you hope for in the future?

KO: My goal is to be featured in Playboy or some huge magazine or even on a billboard.


MW: Do you do appearances? How can someone book you?

KO: I have never done an appearance before but would love to some day if people would like to book me you can contact me on my fan page


MW: How can fans reach you?

KO: Same goes for fans I try my hardest to message everyone back and every day try to have some sort of conversation posted on my fan page; but being a mom as well makes keeping up with them a little difficult.

MW: What would you like to say in closing?

KO: In closing I would like to say thanks you for all the friends I have made so far in the contests I have ran in and all the people on my fan page for all your comments and likes on my pics I will never forget ya when I make it big lol.



Interview Done By Mike Wilkerson

MW: Please introduce yourself?

HM: Heather Moss, owner of Timeless Art Tattoo in Glendale, AZ and internationally published model.

MW: When did you get into modeling?

HM: I got into modeling about 2 years ago, getting my start with some great companies like H2Ocean and Sullen Clothing’s Sullen Angels. I just continued to work hard, branding myself to my tattoo shop and using it as a platform to really get my husband’s work out there and work on new projects.


MW: What kind of modeling do you do?

HM: Mostly tattoo/alternative glam. I absolutely love my edgy style that comes from being heavily covered in tattoo work but I also love keeping it really glamorous. I think it is a great mix of classy and edgy.

MW: When did you get your first tattoo?

HM: When I was 18 years old. It is the only piece my husband hasn’t done but I met him when I was 20 so 108 hours later I am covered in only his work.


MW: Where on your body did you get it?

HM: My first tattoo was done on my right hip, it was small and discrete. Soon I branched out to my rib cages and back, both arms and then a thigh piece.

MW: What made you decide to keep getting tattoos?

HM: They are addictive, the artwork speaks for itself. I designed all my work with my husband and it is a huge part of me and what I have and what I stand for. It just simply completes me.


MW: How many do you have now?

HM: I have no idea….approximately 108 hours.

MW: Which one is your favorite?

HM: My right sleeve…. It’s all about my family, marriage, kids and how precious our time is.

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MW: What do you do in your spare time?
HM: I am a very happy mommy. When I am not traveling I am at home with my 3 year old son, waiting for my daughter to get home from school. We travel about 2 times a month right now from California to New York so my time with them is very precious and it means the world to me.

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MW: What are your plans for the future?

HM: I am just going to keep doing what I am doing. Modeling is a very short period in my life, I am not oblivious to it ending. I do my best to try and open new avenues for when the time comes to give up the camera. I am still a shop owner and business woman so I don’t plan on leaving the industry any time soon.


MW: What would you like to say in closing?

HM: I really appreciate all the love and support from my friends, family and following. It isn’t without their support I would even have an opportunity to have this career so I am very grateful and I am really looking forward to all the amazing stuff I have planned for the future. Please check out my website XO



Interview Done By Mike Wilkerson

MW: Please introduce yourself?

EJ: I am Eliza Jayne (model, actress & ghost hunter) from Baltimore MD.


MW: When did you get into modeling?

EJ: I was about 11 or 12.

MW: Why did you get into modeling?

EJ: I began doing hair shows for Clairol.


MW: What kind of modeling do you do?

EJ: Print, promotional & spokes modeling.


MW: Who is your favorite photographer?

EJ: I have so many favorites I have had the opportunity to work with a variety of talent. I don’t think you can compare because each photographer creates their own art and it’s not like another.

MW: Have you done any photos for magazines?

EJ: Yes.

MW: Which magazines?

EJ: Cherri Colada, Babe Magazine, Curves & Cakes. I have a few that have not been published yet so be on the lookout for them. 🙂

MW: When did you get into paranormal research?

EJ: I have always had interested in the paranormal ever since I was little. I met up with a team in 2009 that sparked my interest to pursue my curiosities even more.
MW: Give me a paranormal story?

EJ: I have so many I would have to say the most memorable was in Napanock, NY at the Shanley hotel. We used trigger items to recreate events that previous happened at the hotel. We set up a poker night and had women up in the brothel. We also did a séance who brought on some activity as well.

MW: When was your first paranormal experience?

EJ: I think I was about 9 or 10.

MW: What happened?

EJ: I was in my bedroom trying to go to sleep when I saw a bright like and what appeared to be a woman. I am not sure why she was there she said nothing and eventually left.

MW: What paranormal shows have you been a part of?
EJ: Haunt U & Ghost Hunters.


MW: How can fans reach out to you?

EJ: Find me on most social networks …,,,


MW: What else do you do?

EJ: Besides modeling and ghost hunting I have been really pushing my acting. 🙂


MW: What would you like to say in closing?

EJ: Live your dreams no matter how unreachable they may seem.



Interview Done By Mike Wilkerson

MW: Please introduce yourself?

BN: Bridgette Nichole.

MW: When did you become a model?

BN: Just this past year when asked to help out with a charity and needed some shots.


MW: Why did you become a model?

BN: I really enjoyed it and decided to try some more shoots.

MW: What kind of modeling do you do?

BN: Anything really, just as long as it’s something I would be afraid to show my daughter when she gets older. Pinup, glamour, etc.


MW: What magazines have you posed for?

BN: Snap Matter, Ivy Magazine, Gorgeous Freaks and a few coming out this year.

MW: Have you done acting?

BN: No acting.

MW: Have you been in a music video?

BN: No music video.


MW: Where is your favorite place to model?

BN: My favorite place is outside in a gorgeous sunset, the lighting is amazing in the finished products.

MW: Who is your favorite photographer? And why?

BN: Life path studio, Amy is amazing is so friendly. I can call her with any concept and she makes it happen.

MW: What do you hope for in the future?

BN: Future I hope to work with many many more amazing people.


MW: Do you do appearances? How can someone book you?

BN: I’ve done one promo with Sony and it was a blast. To book me people can message me on Facebook. It’s the quickest method.

MW: How can fans reach you?

BN: I try to keep up with my fans on Facebook as well and try to respond to everyone in a timely manner.

MW: What would you like to say in closing?

BN: Keep your eyes open for new and exciting coming soon and a new city for me.