Wednesday, December 30, 2009

Thursday, December 10, 2009

Models dont have boobs.

And neither do dancers!! So it should be understood that i model as a hobby. If not, well, yeah i do. I was speaking to a manager of a company who was interested in signing me. And a question that came across was would i get plastic surgery. Now im not one to get defensive, so i didnt because it was a genuine question on his behalf. Long story short he felt that i would be more appealing to the urban market, which i do agree. But i refuse to alter my body to become successful, unaturally that is. I dont disagree with anyone who does. To each, his own. Besides, most high fashion, models dont have boobs, and neither do dancers!

Thursday, December 3, 2009

S & G photography

The Secret's Out!

Ok, so those who have missed it The Victoria's Secret fashion show was wonderful again this year. The star of the night was none other than our girl Chanel Iman. I gave you a couple shots of her in my latest blog. So here she is again, the lovely Chanel Iman.

It was also her birthday. Happy Belated Chanel!

Thursday, November 5, 2009

Elle Magazine

Ive posted the photos in a previous blog, here is the behind the scenes footage of the Amber Rose shoot with Elle magazine.

Tuesday, November 3, 2009

Drunken Dance.

This is one of my fav silly reggae songs that i love to dance to.

I can not wait to heal so i can get back on my feet, i miss dance so much.

Shout out to choreographer Trey Rich!

Friday, October 30, 2009

Me Love Dance.

Im going to dedicate this blog to my favorite choreographers and role models, Tanisha Scott and Fatima Robinson.

When I first noticed Tanisha, she was killing it in the Neyo video "Stay".

Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Damn Officer Ricky!!!

This is what you get when you mess with 50. Being an "ex-police officer" and having grimey baby mothers, is not such a good luck neither.

What are your plans???


Forever Mine.

Ok, most of you know i was in a motorcycle accident, yes, i was on my own motorcycle. It happened the 20th of September, i left the 30th. I ended the hospital stay prematurely because if i missed any more school after that week i would have been dropped from the rosters and i would have had to postpone getting my license. Long story short i was cut off the driver decided to make a left hand turn, with no indicator. I, of course had the right of way and did not anticipate the turn, especially with no blinker. We hit head on i flipped in th air and landed on his windshield. As i am holding on to the hood of the car, it is still rolling, hitting the curb causing me to lose what little grip i had, and hit the ground. The car would have ran me over but was stopped by a pole. I broke my leg and fractured my pelvis in the front and back, a hair line away from my spine. Anyway this is my video. Hope you enjoy! God bless

Wednesday, September 30, 2009

Wednesday, September 16, 2009


Posing as Kanye's muse in Elle Magazine, Amber is just what this fashion world is lacking, realness in high fashion. A fan of hers since the Luda and Chris Brown video, if she keeps going the rate she's going, i might have to dedicate my whole blog to her. j/k

Monday, September 14, 2009

Friday, August 21, 2009

Haute Mimi International

Haute Mimi is an online publication for the international habitue and fashion devotee.

Check out

Editor in chief Melissa Mathai

Death of the "SuperModel".

You should pay homage.

Is beauty only skin deep?

Use link.

Wednesday, August 19, 2009

Tuesday, August 18, 2009

Vogue Evolution!

Ok most of you know there's a group on America's Best Dance Crew called "Vogue Evolution". Well the star of the group Leyomi, better known for her house name "Leyomi Mizrahi", is a legend in NYC.

Shout out to Danielle Ninja another one of my favorite vogue dancers, who happened to battle Leyomi before.
I've admired this form of dance for so long i am glad its being brought to the surfaces of art.

Look out for my house. The House of Matrix.

Black Love...It looks good on us!

Just a couple of my fav flicks of the couples we cant get enough of...Together or not.

Saturday, July 18, 2009

Monogamy: Is it real?

Ok most of you know that im a stylist/hair dresser as well as many other things. But anyway i was sitting in the shop and i happened to pick up a magazine that featured an article on 25 black men and the reasons they cheat. The article also referred to black doctors or psychologists, men and women, who gave opinions on why men cheat. Most of their responses were the same, humans are still animals, and animals are not designed to be faithful.  Another reason given, was religion and history, and how other cultures and/or religious groups practice polygamy. I remember a guy in college stating that even the Bible says a man can have as many wives as he can take care of. Then the infamous story arose of King Solomon who had many wives. But doesn't that contradict with the Christian way of living when it comes to being monogamist?

Should we be making judgements about monogamy based on our religion? Or is it even fair ground to play on when in society we are so diverse in our beliefs? Who's to say that the men who cheat aren't the right ones?

Thursday, July 9, 2009

No More Locs :(

Ok so since this is my first blog im going to dedicate it to my infamous locs. I spell it locs instead of locks because it just looks prettier that way. I jsut recently cut them, because i felt like i was in a time in my life where i needed to change and i felt like i grew out of them. Which i never thought possible, but like many people when you want to feel different you usually express your change in your hair; so i guess thats what happened. I made it such i big deal, i decided not to tell anyone as i was cutting them off at fove o clock in the morning. I didnt want anyone to change my mind or make me feel bad.

But my question to you is u think that the modeling industry is ready for the natural black? As most of you know i am a model, an aspiring model, so my foot is not quite in the door. I met people who loved them, and people who hated them. (in the industry). The ones who hated them never really came out and said it, but i could tell. When i say natural black i dont mean the african women, with no hair (practically bald all the time), who designers just throw on the runway to appease our thirst for black models on the catwalk. Im talking about your everyday black girl, hips, butt, legs, lips, oh and natural hair texture (afros, cornrolls, flatwists, goddess braids, locs!!!). Truthfully, i dont think so. But shouldnt we be considered in the fashion world???