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Model Interview: Hex Hypoxia
Written by Kyle Lock Wednesday, 05 September 2012 00:00
We welcome you back for another interview with our second model ever. In a world where height and thin bodies are deemed as the social norm for modeling, our interviewee would never fit into this category. Not only is she a shorter model (With an attractive, fiery attitude) but she's also one of the most astoundingly curvy models I've ever seen. With a hip to waist ratio that any female would kill to have, she's redefining what it takes to be a model. It may start in a world of deviants (Which she'd always argue are better than anything mainstream) but those same deviants get to enjoy and adore her work on a daily basis. If there's anything this model has shown it's that you can do anything if you really want to, despite what might be considered "The norm".
Our latest interview is with the lovely Hex Hypoxia
Q: What's your birth date?
Q: Where were you born?
Q: What's your real name (Or as much as you're willing to tell)?
Q: What are your measurements?
Q: Natural hair color?
Q: Let's just get the question that everyone seems to ask, but those who know you already know the answer to. Do you corset train?
Q: What kind of model are you? (Examples - Alternative, pin-up, etc)
Q: Do you have a preference as to what kind of modeling you like to do?
Q: When did you decide to get into modeling or that you wanted to do modeling?
Q: Where and when was your first modeling gig?
Q: What kind of traveling have you done during your time as a model?
Q: What have been some of your favorite shoots?
Q: What have been some of your least favorite shoots? (no specific names necessary)
Q: What is your most embarrassing or silly memory during your career?
Q: When working with a photographer, what kind of attitude or interaction do you like with them? (Do you prefer them to just tell you what to do and how? Do you like them to leave it open to your interpretation? Somewhere in between the two?)
Q: Speaking of photographers, are there any specific photographers you would like to recommend to other models?
Q: Any photographers you wouldn't recommend working with?
Q: What kind of things do you do outside of modeling? (Whether as side work or as a hobby)
Q: If you could do anything other than model, what would it be?
Q: Any final words or thoughts on the industry or to say to your followers and fans?
You can find more work from Hex at the following links
|Last Updated on Thursday, 29 November 2012 01:45|