Model of the Month – Greg B!

Check out Greg – long time actor and now rising fit model super star – as our February Model of the Month!Β This Iowa native is taking the Big Apple by storm – and we’re excited to go along for the ride! Continue reading to learn a bit more about him…

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1. Where you are from?

I’m from a small town in Iowa called Newton, went to college in the Chicago area, and graduate Greg#72.jpgschool in Kansas City. Currently living in Crown Heights, Brooklyn, and loving it!

2. What you are into… studies, hobbies, special skills etc..?

Hobbies include reading, biking, theatre, and poker. I’m a warm-weather lover, so if I can be outside in a park or on the beach I’m having a good day.

3. Favorite clients from the biz?

Love working with Arctix Bottoms. Everyone that I’ve meet there, from photographers to designers to factory workers to management is so friendly and hard-working. There’s always a fun vibe in the room with them. Plus I’ve had the privilege of doing both ecomm and fit with them, and I’ve learned so much working in different facets of the process.

4. Dreams/goals any thing else of interest (any other dream clients?)?

I’d really like to work with Tahari, I had a go see there when I first started working with Bicoastal that went really well, and I just loved the energy of the place.
Gregbw1#432.jpgI’d love to expand my fit client database in 2017; the more I do it, the more I enjoy it!
Print work also holds a fascination for me, I think I’ve got a unique look and wouldn’t mind holding a glass of whiskey in a magazine someday. πŸ™‚

5. Career highlights?

My primary work is in theatre and film, so acting with Toni Collette in the tv show Hostages has got to be a lifetime favorite. Other favorite roles include Black Stache in Peter and the Starcatcher, Leontes in A Winter’s Tale, and an upcoming role on the Starz network show Power!

6. How did you get into modeling or acting?

I’ve been acting and in front of audiences my whole life. Started in church and community theatre as a kid and just never stopped through high school and college and grad school and now professionally. I think the only way you can fail is to quit. And now because I didn’t quit, I’m working with amazing people modeling and acting. It’s what I love to do and I don’t intend to stop. Onwards and upwards.

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MODEL OF THE MONTH- ADAM LUNDBERG

We are delighted to feature the awesome and talented Adam Lundberg as our September Model of the Month! Read below to learn more about him:

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Songzio3.jpg1. Where you are from?
Born and raised on the Big Island of Hawaii.

2. What you are into… studies, hobbies, special skills etc..?
Surfing is my passion. I’ve set most of my goals around having a life that involves me surfing as much as possible. I have made sacrifices with my work demands being high (not complaining haha), I see it as building my future to having the things I want in life πŸ™‚
3. Favorite clients from the biz?
A wise person told me that one of the most important things in business is to be able to maintain great relationships and trust with people. I’ve taken that advice with all clients and relationships I’ve built over my career and it’s worked so far. I really look for and find the good in people and situations and have found that to be helpful in creating and building on those relationships.
4. Dreams/goals any thing else of interest (any other dream clients?)?forward
Surfing every day and having my house back home in Hawaii, that’s my dream. When I get to that point there isn’t much beyond that I want in life. Traveling is fun, maybe go on a boat trip to the Maldives, check out Greece, visit all the little parts of the US that I haven’t been to yet, I want to see the northern lights, bioluminescent water at night… Yea that’s it really haha
5. Career highlights?
Shooting with David Sims, Bruce Weber, living in NYC and being in the hustle and actually surviving it all haha. I’ve watched a lot of friends and people I’ve met move or get spit out of NYC in a year or two or less and mostly because they can’t handle it. I’m very fortunate I stuck it out and was able to find my way to be successful and do well for myself. NYC is not easy to live in and become a part of. So to me, being able to call NYC one of my homes is probably one of the biggest highlights of my career.
6. How did you get into modeling or acting?
My dad and I made fun of Andrew Keegan’s character from a scene in that movie “10 Things I Hate About You” after standing in a pose with his hands on his hips turning his face camera left side-profile with a semi-serious face….
“You see what I did there?”
Girl pauses unsure… ‘Uhuh…?’
adam“That was underwear…. Alright! I’ll show you the bathing suit pose.” *goes back into the same exact position as before*
“You see the difference?”

What started out as a joke about the audacity and shameless character in the movie, has now become somewhat of a running internal joke between my father and I because I don’t think I am, and definitely try not to be, at all like that character in the movie.

To answer the question, I was discovered a few years after that that movie came out when I was in high school by a photographer from Italy πŸ™‚