Creativity is what makes Brittany Paige tick. She’s not afraid to express herself or to speak her mind on things. Brittany has a certain sense of boldness to her and it’s that kind of attitude that reels you into her. We don’t have a crystal ball, but we can tell that Brittany will make some noise in the modeling industry.
When did you get interested in modeling?
- Brittany Paige: As long as I can remember, I wanted to model. When I was super young, friends and I would get dressed up with crazy hair and makeup and stage photoshoots at my house just for fun. I grew up very involved in dance, so posing and body movement has always been a form of art to me.
What was your overall experience when you first began to model?
- Brittany Paige: I started exploring modeling in high school. When I was younger as a model, I felt very protected and that I didn’t have quite as much freedom. As soon as I got into my 20’s, I had a lot more freedom, and I could finally express my creativity and passion through modeling.
Was there a learning curve for you, and how long did it take for you to get comfortable modeling?
- Brittany Paige: Absolutely, as much as I was comfortable with posing in front of the camera, there was a learning curve with figuring out what my angles were and what kind of poses look best on camera. Not to mention, how to hold those poses for extended periods of time while maintaining a calm facial expression (way harder than it looks!!).
What’s the biggest misconception about you?
- Brittany Paige: I think that when some people see tattoos on a women they immediately think that she has more of a hard or aggressive personality, or they group her into a highly sexual tattoo fetish category and assume she’s comfortable with that. People who meet me for the first time have often told me that they’re surprised by how nice I am in person. However, people who are close to me actually make fun of me for being too nice and polite. I’m working on coming out of my shell online more and letting my personality show through.
Is there anything in particular that you want to accomplish in modeling?
- Brittany Paige: I would love to contribute to breaking the standards of beauty within the modelling industry. I’m a tattooed model and I respect the tattooed/alternative modelling world, but I don’t want to be boxed into only that category. Individual beauty and beauty expression is something that is becoming more widely accepted now, and that makes me truly happy. Whatever your shape or size, what you’ve been born with or what you’ve had adjusted – there is no right or wrong when it comes to beauty. As long as you are honouring what that is for you and embracing your own form of beauty – that’s where true beauty lives.
What are some of your hobbies and interests?
- Brittany Paige: I’m fairly introverted and a homebody, so I really enjoy having friends over and cooking for them, or spending time at a cozy cafe reading a book or studying. I love travel and learning about different cultures and languages – I can speak a little French, Korean and am working on Spanish. I also I love music and art, I’d love to go to more art shows and galleries.
What does a typical day look like for you?
- Brittany Paige: I always start my day with a cup of coffee followed by going to the gym. Other than that, it’s always different – some days I’m in the mood to adventure and some days I’m in the mood to stay in and hide from the world.
What’s been the biggest lesson that you’ve learned in your life?
- Brittany Paige: I learned to love myself, the light, and the dark aspects.
Is there anything that you would change or regret in your modeling career?
- Brittany Paige: I don’t believe in regrets, hindsight is always 20/20 and all we can do is grow from those experiences. If I could give advice based on my learning experiences, I would say: know your value and don’t let anyone push your boundaries.
The modeling industry is extremely competitive and diverse these days. What makes you unique and stand out from other models?
- Brittany Paige: I’m not sure, I think we are all unique. I’ve never been a competitive spirit, I prefer to stay in my own lane. I’m constantly admiring the work of other models and being inspired by them. I think we need more women supporting other women and less competing with one another.
What can people expect to see from you in the future?
- Brittany Paige: I’m exploring other outlets of social media these days and thinking of branching out into YouTube, live stream and Patreon. So we’ll see what happens.