Georgie Somerville, 177 cm / 5’9.5″, British, born November 26th.
What is one thing that people may be surprised to find out about you?
“That I’m Grade 8 Violin, and play in a few orchestras haha. I love spiders as well but to people who
know me that isn’t very surprising.”
What are your interests/favourite things?
“I study Art, English Literature and Philosophy at college but my main passion is art. I get inspired by
being surrounded by all the creativity that circulates in this industry and meeting so many talented
people. It’s great. You can learn a lot by being a model by asking a tonne of questions and going out
of your way to educate yourself in the creative processes that happen alongside. If that’s what
you’re interested in, I guess.”
What have you learned since you started modelling?
“That having individuality and being an interesting person will make you stand out far more than
looks alone. Also, don’t take yourself too seriously.”
Ade Ayanbolujo, 188 cm / 6’2″, Nigerian, born March 19th.
What are you very good at OR what do you wish you were better at?
“Am good at playing football, table tennis, and dancing. If I wished to be better at anything, it would be modelling/fashion, basketball, and music.”
How and when did you become a model?
“I became a model after my friends got me acquainted with modeling and prompted me to attend the
first ever open call casting by Fuse Model Management in Lagos, Nigeria on May 26th, 2018 because they said to me I’ve got what it takes to be a good model. After attending the casting I was selected and had my first polaroid shoot done on June 22nd, 2018. That’s where the journey started!”
What’s the most interesting thing about your family? Do you have any siblings?
“I’ve got 6 siblings. The most interesting thing about my family is the all-around love we’ve got. We are always helpful and supportive of each other. My family is fun and that makes us very happy!”