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Model of the Month – Reesie Hudson

I  am  always  excited to meet  young  models on the grind and  Reesie Hudson most definitely is. Once I discovered her online I couldn’t wait to introduce her to you guys.

Reesie Hudson
Reesie Hudson

Sapphire: How long have you been a model? What made you get started in the industry?

Reesie Hudson: I have been modeling since 2010, so 6 years. Modeling was something that I’ve wanted to do since I was a kid. As a kid I was very insecure, all the models that I had seen on t.v. as a kid seemed to be very secure about themselves.

Sapphire: What have you found to be your biggest challenge as a model?

Reesie Hudson: Getting over all of my insecurities. Its crazy because growing up everything that I was insecure about I now see as my best qualities. I owe that all to modeling.

Sapphire: How would you describe your modeling? What is your ultimate goal as a model?

Reesie Hudson: To be able to help other girls get into the game, and give them the advice and guidance that I didn’t have when I first started, and that’s something that I just started doing this year!

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Reesie Hudson 1

Sapphire: Runway or photo shoots, which do you prefer more? Why?

Reesie Hudson: Photo shoots, I’m only 5’4 so I’m really to short for runway.

Sapphire: Are there any other talents you’re hiding?

Reesie Hudson: Drawing, and I’m about to graduate with my Bachelor’s in Graphic Design!

Sapphire: How did you get started with Double RR Models? What’s the most significant job you’ve done through the company?

Reesie Hudson: Me and my Best friend, Royal,  started it together. It was something that we both wanted to do. We knew that we would be the perfect business partners.  My job with Double RR is doing all of the Graphics, promotion, and keeping all of our paperwork in order.

Sapphire: I see you were featured in Addictive magazine, have you been featured in any other magazines?

Reesie Hudson: I have a feature in a new magazine that hasn’t came out yet called Club Matrix 360

Sapphire: Have you ever come across a pervy photographer? If so, how did you deal with it?

Reesie Hudson: No

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Reesie Hudson 3

Sapphire: When not modeling how do you unwind and relax?

Reesie Hudson: I draw or I’m in some kind of software like Photoshop or InDesign just playing around.

Sapphire Where can people find you and follow your work?
Instagram:  @Reesie_Hudson
Twitter: @ReesieHudson

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