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Today we’d like to introduce you to Osheaye .

Hi Osheaye; please kick things off for us with an introduction to yourself and your story.
I started modeling when I was in high school, modeling for my school’s team. I enjoyed the thought of being on a runway and getting all dressed up in hair and makeup. At that time, it was only a thought. I only went to about three or four practices before leaving the team. I wasn’t as confident as I would’ve liked in high school. After graduating, I fell in deeper love with the idea of modeling, but this time I was modeling behind a camera. I took my first professional photoshoot last year in October (2021), and since then, I’ve broadened my perspective on the art of modeling.

Would you say it’s been a smooth road, and if not, what are some of the biggest challenges you’ve faced along the way?
The road has been very bumpy, getting to where I am today. I struggled with a lot of dull moments trying to figure out who I am, what I wanted to look like, what I wanted others to perceive me as, and even though I am not fully where I want to be, I am a lot more confident in my ability to get there.

Thanks – so, what else should our readers know about your work and what you’re currently focused on?
I am an all-around model. since I started modeling, I’ve had to direct my photoshoots and style myself. So along the way, I’ve pretty much learned how to make clothes and sell not only my face and body but my clothing as well. My brand is sex appeal; everything you’ll see me wear shows off my body, but if it doesn’t, my face will always make the cut. I am known for my blonde hair and strong cheekbones. I am most proud of my accomplishments thus far in modeling and everything I’ve learned along the way. What sets me apart from others is my gratitude. I feel that in most people’s journeys to get where they want to be, they lose themselves along the way and forget to be grateful for everything they have. I will always make the time to be grateful and express my gratitude not only to others but to myself as well!

Do you have any advice for those just starting?
To those who are just starting, remember that you are not the only one planning to do what you do. Start when you start and carry out the plan you’ve made to reach success, you’ve just got to be the best one to do it. Always work ten times harder than people and don’t procrastinate; see where you’ll get.


  • Booking for shoots $50 per hour.

Contact Info:

  • Website:
  • Instagram: osheaye
  • Twitter: osheaye

Image Credits
photographers : Edmond Jackson, Darius Wright, Jesenia Jackson

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