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Updated: Jul 12, 2020

This is Rebecca.

Rebecca, you have created a successful career in modeling. Could you tell us a little more about how your modeling career got started?

Hey, so I started my career back in 2018.

Me and a friend were shooting just to pass the time.

I think we published 1 or 2 on my social media before a scout for playboy got in touch and asked would I shoot for their magazine.

So we agreed and from there it just took off.

You have become well-known for shedding light on mental health issues. When did you decide to start speaking about the importance of mental health?

Oh Gosh!

I started speaking out a few years ago after being in a really low place.

I found that I wanted to try and show people that even someone like me has bad days too.

I think it's important that I use my social presence to show both sides of the coin.

Life's not all perfect poses and nice holidays.

Sometimes, it's low moods and not getting dressed.

For me it's important that shows.

As a model & mental health advocate, what would you say to aspiring models & fans who look up to you?

Be yourself.

If theres one thing I've learned along the way its most definitely be yourself.

Too many people try to be something they're not to fit in and end up crashing to burn.

Originality is key.

Do you have anything that is new or upcoming that we can expect to see from you?


I'm flying back over to New York city soon.

We're shooting with the guys over at creatives, that will be epic!

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