London based photographer Sian hung out with model Jaz with Nevsmodels walking along the canals, playing on the swings and ultimately finding a floating book stall, which they would have both happily just hung out at for the rest of the day. Besides that they created some wonderful footage – Jaz´s smile is just so contagious, isn´t it? In our interview she talks about London helping to shape her identity and about the beauty of a new person entering in your life, and changing your perspective or open your mind to new things.
What do you like most about yourself?
Being raised in London is very important to me and I like how it has helped shape my identity. Also, my ethnic background which allows me to visit Thailand regularly and learn the native language.
And what do you like most about others?
I like how a connection can build with someone so strong even when you’re not searching for it, a new person can enter your life and change your perspective or open your mind to new things.
What risk would take if you knew you could not fail?
If I could have something in which I wouldn’t fail hypothetically it would be to learn all languages and also take my driving test.
“Stop oversharing on the internet. People find the most irrelevant thing to share online with the entire world and consider their opinion a fact. “
How do you deal with failure?
I don’t handle failure very well so I get quite upset and cry a lot when things don’t go to plan.
What do you most connect with, why?
I connect most with the important people in my life especially my boyfriend and best friend.
Do you want to get married?
Yes, I would love to and quite soon (around 21) and I want my wedding to take place in Thaliand where the beaches are so beautiful and my extended family could come.
Where can I find you on a Friday night in London?
Either be cozy in bed watching Powerpuff girls, or if I am out in London with some of my friends enjoying in a nice bar/club or at a Drum and Bass rave.
Whats something you wish you could tell everyone in the world?
Stop oversharing on the internet. People find the most irrelevant thing to share online with the entire world and consider their opinion a fact. Or worse, they use social media as a place to vent their complaints about life and it needs to stop.
Photography: Sian – www.instagram.com/sian_ashleigh_photo
Model: @jaz.rubz with @nevsmodels