While casting for a Kindred Dreamheart photo shoot, I met an unforgettable, ambitious, and strong willed Nigerian descendent model. In this installment of Dreamheart Spotlight you will meet Jennifer Pearse. With electric poses and an outgoing personality, this social butterfly is well on her way to catwalk fame.
“For me, modeling is intriguing and serves as skillful art, she said. “As a model, I see myself as an art piece, the background as the plaster and the photographer as the artist.”
As the only daughter among three siblings, Jennifer realized her dream at a young age. “I became interested in the art at the age of 7 when an aspiring model named Oluchi won the first installment of the popular African TV model search named ‘Face of Africa,’ she said. “ I was a tomboy and for me I saw her as role model because she was graceful, elegant and confident. I started modeling because of a dare but in addition, I wanted to prove all the people who had doubt and where quick to discourage me.”
|Photographer: Adrian Herrerra|
Wardrobe: C.Scott designs
Makeup: Blend make-up artistry
Hair: Thomas shelton
While juggling college, Jennifer still finds time to clear her agenda for part-time and weekend fashion opportunities. She’s also open to traveling with ample notice. “As a model, I hope to inspire but most importantly I hope to be a role model to younger girls, especially those who lack self confidence. I can only progress with God by my side. With faith, hard work and determination I know the sky is just my starting point.” She said.
Jennifer is described by friends and family as enduring and patient. “It [is] super easy for me to relate to people.” She said. “In the industry it is essential.”
Want to know more about this Dreamheart?
The best way to contact Jennifer for either more information and/or booking:
Model Mayhem: #2203497
Be sure to show Jennifer love and don't miss next week's Dreamheart Spotlight!