My good friend had a sample from a company selling natural pregnancy and birthing products. Their slogan was : Earth mama, Angel baby. I combined the two and Earth Angel was born. It seemed fitting.
I wanted to be a supermodel. I love the camera and the camera loves me. Even as a child, my mother tells me.
The types of images I felt I needed to produce were run-of-the-mill, everyone has done it poses. Like almost every girl, I wanted to be in magazines, be seen as sexy and exotic but my wonderful photogs had another vision for me. I have learned so much poise, grace and humility. Modeling doesn’t always have to be pretty! I must admit, I was very surprised at what the persons I have worked with had brought out of me. i still gaze at some of my images like “Who is that woman? Wow, that’s me!”
I wasn’t always as comfortable in my skin. I still to this day struggle with being colored but I am working on it. There was one photographer in general who guided me in appreciating my beauty, DaNeil (Buttermilk Sunday). He and I collaborated on art and I thought these were just pictures.
I enjoy poetry and prose. I am published in a many lyrical dexterity. My type of music is Jazz and Neo-soul. I write all of my own lyrics and I also Rap. My music is as dynamic and eclectic as my photos
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