Catherine

Who:

Catherine Dzitrie, 181 cm / 5’11.5″, Spanish, born January 9th.

We Asked:

— What is something you wish you knew more about?

I love customizing my own clothes. I’m always sewing and remaking t-shirts or even converting old jeans into skirts. I would love to learn more about designing clothes.

— What are three interesting facts about you?

I’m half Spanish, half Ghanaian, I’m going to study odontology and I’m obsessed with birds.

— Who is someone you admire and why?

My father is my biggest role model. He has always taught me to be grateful and to get everything done by myself. He’s a strong and so positive man and I’m his number one fan!

Where:

Pop House (Las Palmas de G.C. – mother agency)
Line-Up Model Management (Barcelona)


Landon

Who:

Landon Edwards, 185 cm / 6’1″, American, born March 23rd.

We Asked:

— What are three interesting facts about you?

1. Dancing is something that has always come naturally to me. You could find me breakdancing all around my house when I was younger. I used to be on a hip-hop dance team and very humbly have had the job of dancing and entertaining kids at bat mitzvahs.
2. I ran track in high school and also run track NYU – it gives me a sense of community structure and discipline.
3. I’m a very visual person and have a passion for design. Everything from my room decor, personal style, music interests and personality all coincide to one consistent aesthetic.

— What are the best and worst aspects of your personality?

I think the best part of my personality is I’m never complacent – I always go the extra mile and put in the hard work and effort to get something done. I can be tough on myself even though I know absolute perfection isn’t attainable.   My biggest weakness is I tend to be a bit of a procrastinator.

— How and when did you become a model and why?

I actually got into modeling at a very young age, my mom brought me to one of her modeling jobs when I was a kid and someone on set suggested I should get into modeling too. Shortly after, I signed with my mom’s agency and started to get my feet wet in the business. After modeling for a couple of years, the agency’s kid’s division, unfortunately, was shut down so I decided to take a break from the business and focus on school, sports and other activities. After finishing my first year at NYU and being around the creative and fast-paced energy of the city, I felt the urge to get back into the modeling world. Once I was back in Chicago for the summer, I applied on Select’s website and got called in to meet with their men’s division and the rest is history!

Where:

Select Model Management Chicago (mother agency)

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