Anzzia Magazine Summer 2019 Volume #31 - Page 15

Owen: I’m fairly new myself but to keep your head up, don’t let anyone tell you that your price is too high, don’t sell yourself short. Make sure you’re getting your worth.

Anzzia: Is the artistic life lonely? What do you do to counteract it?

Owen: I don’t think it’s lonely at all. I’m constantly surrounded by other models who I consider close friends.

Anzzia: State your availability: would you travel? Work full-time, part-time? Any hours?

Owen: I’ll make myself available for the right project. If I’m offered a great opportunity, I’m willing to travel 7 days a week if needed.

Anzzia: What has been your greatest accomplishment as a model thus far?

Owen: Being published multiple times in various publications and being named as one of the faces of Unspoken Model Management.

Anzzia: How do you try to improve your modeling skills?

Owen: I study other models, their poses and walks. And then I try to put my own spin on it to make it mine and help find who I am as a model.

Anzzia: Give me a few tips to be a successful model?

Owen: Research past and current models. This helps you learn how to pose, walk, and carry yourself. Figure out which market you fit into. Do you fit the look of Urban Outfitters or Fashion Nova? Or can you diversify your look to fit the needs of various clients? Figuring out how to market yourself is key.

Anzzia: What role does the artist have in society?

Owen: Artists do much more than people give them credit for. Pretty much everything