Model Life with Mia Felicia



DARAY | How long have you been modeling?
FELICIA | I’ve been modeling for almost three years.

DGARAY | What do you take away from modeling?
FELICIA | Modeling has taught me a lot about who I am, I originally started modeling to try to get out of my shell and it’s really helped me find my own niche. If anything it’s taught me what I want to do moving forward..

DGARAY | Where did you grow up?
FELICIA | I grew up here in Denver

DGARAY | What are some of your limitations/obstacles do you have with modeling? How are you overcoming these limitations?
FELICIA | My greatest obstacles in modeling are trying to balance modeling and everything else, modeling becomes more and more of a commitment as I go forward with my modeling career and trying to find the balance is always a struggle.

DGARAY | If you could model for any designer, who would that be?
FELICIA | If I could model for any designer I would model for Vivienne Westwood.



DGARAY | If you could travel anywhere in the world where would that be?
FELICIA | If I could travel anywhere in the world I would go to Japan.

DGARAY | Have you always felt comfortable in front of the camera?
FELICIA | It took me a long time to get comfortable in front of a camera, it was something that was really awkward for me to do at first.

DGARAY | Why do you want to be a model?
FELICIA | To be perfectly honest modeling was not something I had even considered in my wildest dreams. However as time went on and I began to model more I found a strong passion for it. I love the people I work with and the job.

DGARAY | What do you do to stay fit and healthy?
FELICIA | I read a lot to stay focused.


Model | Mia Felicia

Photography & Styling | Danielle Herzog

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