ABBY MARTIN – Interview

Photo by Sebastian Petrovski, styled by Stacey Hendrickson, courtesy of Azalea Models

Name: Abby Louise Martin
Height: 5’11.5 / 181 cm
Age: 16
Nationality: Australian
Instagram: @abbymartin15

Abby, a countryside girl from South Australia is a creative soul who finds drawing, design, art and all things pretty very amusing. Striking sixteen year old, standing at 5’11 has been sparking a lot of international interest, and it’s only a matter of time before this modern- day Renaissance woman becomes the next big thing. Learn more about the future star of Azalea Models bellow.

How did your modeling journey begin?

Ever since I was little I always had people suggesting I should try modelling. So when I was 14 my mum was kind enough to help me take some digits to send to Azalea Models to hopefully gain a spot at their upcoming workshop. Luckily, I was selected and everything took off from there; I have to say I am glad I took those cringey photos!

Photos by Sebastian Petrovski, styled by Stacey Hendrickson, courtesy of Azalea Models

What were you like growing up?
Growing up I was quite shy and softly spoken. I was always eager for school and I tried every sport available. I was so set on being a vet or a hairdresser, or anything under the sun but I never thought that modelling would pop up.

What would be your favorite childhood memory?
My favourite childhood memory would have to be when both of my sisters were born. I cannot choose between the two because they were both as amazing and beautiful as each other. I was over the moon when I found out I was getting a baby sister and even more thrilled when another came along.

Photo by Sebastian Petrovski, styled by Stacey Hendrickson, courtesy of Azalea Models

If you were to make a photoshoot, starring yourself, what would it look like?
If I was to create my own photoshoot starring myself it would have to be either a casual, laid back shoot. With clothing expressing my own street style. Location wouldn’t bother me but a nice park or apartment setting would be cute. OR a really extra expensive shoot with lots of long ball gowns and elegant makeup and hair in a lovely garden would also be amazing.

What do you find to be the most challenging thing about modeling?
For me the most challenging thing about modelling is watching what I eat because I am a big sucker for the sweet augury treats but I most certainly try my hardest to keep these for special occasions.

Photo by Sebastian Petrovski, styled by Stacey Hendrickson, courtesy of Azalea Models

When thinking of your dream profession, what comes to your mind?
When I think of my dream profession I think of modelling full time in Paris of Milan, constantly walking in fashion weeks of Gucci, etc. But just in case I have a back up plan of being an actor because I find being someone else for a couple week of your life would be so fun. I also find that being an interior designer for some major celebrities would also be equally as amazing.

Photo by Sebastian Petrovski, styled by Stacey Hendrickson, courtesy of Azalea Models

What is your ultimate dream?
Similar to my dream profession, living in a really aesthetically pleasing apartment in a wonderful place like Paris or Milan, modelling full time with a great social, love and family life. Reaching maximum happiness is my biggest dream.

N.G.
2017/07/05

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