Shardul Pandey Talks

Shardul Pandey Talks To Lexi Campbell

Shardul Pandey Talks

Shardul Pandey: I welcome you Lexi at, please tell our netizens about yourself.

Lexi Campbell: My name is Lexi Campbell and I’ll be 22 years of age in April 2014. I started modeling in December 2012 based on a friend of mine referral. Modeling is the last thing I would have imagine doing because I was the freckle face skinny and pale girl in school that was flat in all places. I’ve always had a passion for the arts such as photography and designing clothing. At the age of 5 I was making dolls clothing and it just progressed through the years and around age 10 I grabbed my dads camera and started taking pictures of just about anything.

Photography came pretty easy because I’m an artist also in drawing so I almost saw the two as quite similar. If there was a vision that I had I would capture it either with a pencil and paper or through the lens of a camera and process it through film. So it all brings me to the presence of me modeling today and designing my own lingerie to wear.

Shardul Pandey: Describe yourself in three words.

Lexi Campbell: Loyal, Passionate & Tenacious

Shardul Pandey: How would you describe your personality?

Lexi Campbell: Shy.

Shardul Pandey: How would you describe your professional interests?

Lexi Campbell: Building a foundation for other women to follow and leave a trail of success.

Shardul Pandey: Why do you want to work as a model? Why are you interested in this Career?

Lexi Campbell: Because it’s an outlet of self-expression and my interest is to demonstrate that being a model isn’t what the industry say modeling is it’s what you as an individual choose as self-expression.

Shardul Pandey: What languages do you speak?

Lexi Campbell: English.

Shardul Pandey: What’s your background in modeling?

Lexi Campbell: Published in 3 Magazines including Hustler Magazine Holiday Issue which comes out on Tuesday, November 26th 2013. I’m in the show case model section.

Shardul Pandey: If you could change three things about yourself, what would they be?

Lexi Campbell: Stop being shy when the cameras aren’t on me, Continuing to better myself daily and practice having a little more patience.

Shardul Pandey: What are some of your favorite models and designers?

Lexi Campbell: I am because I do both and if it sounds selfish I’m okay with that because you have to focus on self first before you should focus on the next person.

Shardul Pandey: How would you describe your style? Consider anything and everything from color to historical eras and more.

Lexi Campbell: Eclectic and sort of old fashion so the fusion of the two.

Shardul Pandey: What are your strengths? And what are your weaknesses?

Lexi Campbell: Commitment, dedication and friendly are strengths. Allowing people to waste my valuable time, Letting others problems become mine and Not saying NO when I should are my weakness.

Shardul Pandey: Where do you generally shop?

Lexi Campbell: Thrift stores.

Shardul Pandey: What other modeling projects have you done?

Lexi Campbell: Dozen magazine & Speakeasy Lingerie.

Shardul Pandey: What kind of modeling are you interested in and why?

Lexi Campbell: Primarily Glamour because I’m very comfortable with my body and I love my assets which are all natural. Not Tats.

Shardul Pandey: Do you have any other experience in the fashion industry (like writing photography etc.)?

Lexi Campbell: Yes, Photography.

Shardul Pandey: How would you describe working with the photographer?

Lexi Campbell: It depends on the energy that the photographer has and the work atmosphere. If everything is organized and there’s a plan from A-Z in a shoot those are the shoots that typically are smooth.

Shardul Pandey: What makes a stylish woman or man? Is there a difference?

Lexi Campbell: Having a great personality/attitude and complete confidence.

Shardul Pandey: How would you describe the photographer’s style?

Lexi Campbell: Relaxed and completely confident.

Shardul Pandey: Who are some of your favorite fashion photographers?

Lexi Campbell: Keith Weldon.

Shardul Pandey: Why would you think you’re fit for being a model?

Lexi Campbell: It’s evident I’m constant booked with paid opportunities.

Shardul Pandey: Do you do your own hair and make-up?

Lexi Campbell: Yes on occasions.

Shardul Pandey: What’s your beauty regime?

Lexi Campbell: My body, mind and spirit.

Shardul Pandey: Do you eat nutritiously? Tell me about the diet you follow on a regular basis?

Lexi Campbell: No, not really, I eat what ever I feel in the moment.

Shardul Pandey: How often do you exercise or go to the gym, workout? How much time you spend there?

Lexi Campbell: I have a personal trainer 4 day out of a week I work out.

Shardul Pandey: What are some of the main differences between runway and photographic modeling?

Lexi Campbell: Runway is a faster pace and photographic modeling allows a slower flow in posing.

Shardul Pandey: What’s your favorite outfit from your own closet?

Lexi Campbell: The lingerie that I design

Shardul Pandey: Describe the atmosphere when you’re on a shoot?

Lexi Campbell: Excitement and anticipating on doing the best I can so that the results are forever lasting in a positive aspect.

Shardul Pandey: Describe the ideal work environment for you.

Lexi Campbell: Positive energy.

Shardul Pandey: What are you likes and dislikes?

Lexi Campbell: I like positive people and dislike Ignorance.

Shardul Pandey: Excluding all complicated beauty & fitness mantra what do you think to be the easiest way to look pretty and glamorous?

Lexi Campbell: By loving yourself completely because that energy will make you feel good and it will reflect in other people presence.

Shardul Pandey: How you communicate with your other netizens, specially your fans and followers? How often you reply them?

Lexi Campbell: Through the social media sites that I listed and I do my very best to respond to each person. Especially on Facebook I’m very good at thanking at least 90% of the “Likes”.

Shardul Pandey: Is there anything else you’d like to add?

Lexi Campbell: Perfection Doesn’t Exist however Practice Makes Better so I’ll continue to Practice.

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