Here are some behind the scenes pictures from my shoot with Hollister & Abercrombie & Fitch for their style guide along with the polaroid that got me cast and the style guide.┬áTravelling to California as a kid and shopping in Abercrombie I looked up to the models in the campaigns and that Bruce Weber shot they were sexy, fun and timeless. I wanted to be a part of that. When I first began modelling a goal of mine was to model for Abercrombie and Fitch with Bruce Weber. While that wasn’t exactly how it turned out the whole experience was awesome. The models were hand picked from the stores and flown to Columbus Ohio to stay at a hotel and then shoot for 4 days at the Abercrombie and Fitch head office. It was huge! It was like being at a high school where everyone wears Abercrombie and looks like a model! They had scooters to get around everywhere and a huge canteen with candy machines and they make you fresh food. The first day we didn’t have to shoot because the looks we were going to wear hadn’t been approved by Mike Jeffries the CEO of the company at the time, so we all went to the cinema and watched Sharknado ­čÖé The second day we all got hair cuts and makeup done. The photographer was a guy called Noah who made us all feel really relaxed. We had fun shooting and partied a little on the last nights but we mostly stayed 4 models in a bed and watched shark week back to back ­čśŤ Fun times. There’s a video of me and Julia Wheatley singing┬áEurythmics-Sweet Dreams┬ádriving to our shoot on my Instagram here. Just goes to show that when you really want something you can make it happen.


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