What is your heritage?
Italian and Slavic
What are your goals and ambitions?
What’s your favorite food?
Big, greasy cheeseburger.
Have you ever had a crush on a celebrity?
If money were no object what’s one thing you have been dying to do?
I’d plan a huge trip overseas and tour around Europe for as long as possible.
What do you find attractive about modeling?
Make my own hours, set my own rates, travel the world, whatever I say goes- can’t really beat that. It’s nice to be my own boss, but it’s been amazing being able to live and support myself without having to be in stuck in an office 24/7 and missing out on time with my family and friends.
What was it like on your first photo shoot?
My very first photo shoot was actually something I did on a whim with my sister and it started everything. My younger sister is a makeup artist and about six years ago she was working at a portrait studio and just starting out. My tattoo artist, Javier Eastman, asked me to snap a few high-quality shots of my tattoos so he could potentially use them for his convention banner. I asked my sister if we could use the portrait studio’s camera for just a few shots, and she suggested we do a full photo shoot so that she could do my hair and makeup and start building her portfolio. We played around in the studio for a few hours one afternoon and had a ton of fun, but I never expected anything to come from it. After I posted some of the images on my social media accounts, I got immediate feedback- I was signed with my first agency only a few weeks later.
What’s your favorite part of your body?
My hair and my legs.
Do you have any tattoos? If NO, do you want one? If yes, where are they?
What are your pet peeves?
The rampant misuse of there, their, and they’re.
What’s the most embarrassing thing that has happened to you?
I have no idea. I don’t really remember any.
Who’s your biggest role model?
I don’t really have a single role model I guess. I typically look to different aspects of certain individual’s style or method and try to bring those things into my own work. I follow quite a few models on Instagram and Facebook who are all my friends, and I tend to look at their work as inspiration for things like wardrobe, locations, interesting or unique posing styles, etc. I don’t look up to any one person specifically.
Would you consider yourself a flirt? Do other people think you are?
I would say I am polite.
What is it about a guy or girl that turns you on/off?
Turn On: dark hair and rough, manly hands.
Turn Offs: poor grammar, pickup lines, trendy jargon like “fam” or “bet.”
What’s your idea of the perfect date?
Harry Potter World- Universal Studios, Florida.
Would you consider yourself a sexpert?
How long do you make someone wait before having sex?
I don’t. I’m an avid, “if it feels right, who cares,” kind of person. I’ve had dates that ended in sex and dates that didn’t. Simple as that.
What the most spontaneous thing you ever did sexually?
Too many to choose.
What is the most romantic thing you have done for someone?
I planned a surprise vacation to Mexico for my boyfriend back in February. He’d never been on a cruise before and he’s never been to Mexico so I packed both into one getaway and surprised him. I even packed his bag for him so he had no idea what we were doing until he saw the boat.
Do you want people to see you for your brains or your beauty?
I don’t really care what most people see, to be honest. My family and friends see my humor, sarcasm, love of animals, bottomless stomach, laid back style, and ability to quote any tv show or movie I’ve ever seen, word for word and if strangers only see my “beauty” I’m absolutely OK with that. Not everyone can know me on a personal level and I have no intentions of trying to convince others that I’m more than what they see at first glance, I should think that’s 100% obvious to everyone.Stephanie Marazzo Links