MODEL | Chelsea Griffith
Agency: CM Management
HEIGHT: 178 cm
Tell us about the modelling work you have done so far and what has been your favourite experience?
I have been doing modelling for 11 years. I started really young to build my confidence as a person and it has helped to make me the person I am today, someone who I am very proud to be. I started at Metro Modelling in Bunbury and was there for many years. Two years ago I moved to CM Management. This management has allowed me to develop my skills as a model and made me feel confident on the runway and in photoshoots. My favourite experience so far has been modelling at for the WA Roadshow at the South West Fashion Festival 2015. It was such a great show and memory and I'm very proud to say I took part in that event.
If you could be the face of any campaign, what would you choose?
If I could be the face of any campaign, I would like to be the face of the South West Fashion Festival. This is because I grow up in the South West and have been to many shows to watch and wished I could participate in this event. Being able to do that this year just made the dream bigger of one day being the face of the SWFF. It would also be incredible to represent this event to support my local area.
What qualities do you think a model needs to succeed in such a competitive industry?
As a model I believe the qualities you need are confidence, a good attitude, professionalism and to always be your true beautiful self - inside and out.
What do you do in your free time?
In my free time I enjoy drawing and sculpting. It's fun and quite often relaxing. I also enjoy my sport and this year I have been in training for various triathlons. I love running it's one of my favourite things to do and also helps keep me fit for sports including netball and basketball.
Dream shoot location?
My dream shoot location would be in India surrounded by its culture and community. With all the bright colours and religious features.
Favourite south west boutique?
My favourite south west boutique is Essence in Princep Street, Bunbury. It has some gorgeous designs perfect for both casual wear and for that special night out.
What's in your handbag?
In my handbag I have a combination of different makeup, sunglasses, phone, money, cards and the all-important perfume.
What would you like to be doing in 5 years?
In five years’ time I am hoping that I will still be modelling as it is my number 1 dream, but if not or on the side of that I would love to be going to university and study media and head towards the direction of advertising.