What’s the sexiest thing about social media?
Pretending to be somebody that you’re not. I have very many different personalities on all the social media outlets. I can be a more edgy personality on one social site, or I can be much more real and maybe political on another site. Although I’m still representing my client, there’s a little bit of me in there.
What’s the least sexy thing about it?
Nobody knows who I am [laughing]. It’s a double-edged sword.
You’ve got all these great personalities out there and nobody knows them.
It’s behind the scenes, which I don’t mind at all. Other people get the credit, which is fine, but it’s not a sexy thing.
I’ve never seen you not look good. What’s your secret?
I stop at Scott and George’s place [designers Scott Durfee and George Madeiros of Spathose, clients] first.
They give you the fuel you need to go on?
I just try to take care of myself. I work out most every day, run 5K every other day. I’m constantly tweaking my hair. I don’t know if the purple’s still there or not [she examines her tresses], but it’s going to be a different color next week. It’s always different shades of red. It’s kind of a family thing. I’ve got three sisters, and my mom and my dad, and they all dye their hair different shades of red.
You’ve modeled Spathose for Dunedin Fine Art Center’s Wearable Art and the Museum of Fine Arts’ Ancient Erotica. What have you worn?
Last year, I wore a palm spathe across the top and a skirt of royal poinciana palm fronds, so I made a lot of noise when I was walking.
What are you wearing for this year’s Erotica show [An Evening with Venus: Ancient Greek Erotica, Feb. 13]?
Emmanuel Roux has created 350 little cakes on little spoons that go into a long skirt — people will be able to take the chocolate off — and supposedly a chocolate bra.
What are your biggest turn-ons about other people?
I love seeing people that have found their passion. And it’s a turn-on when they’re honest and authentic. Positive energy.
Dishonesty and people who feel that everybody owes them something, that it’s their due.
You live in St. Pete, right?
Crescent Lake area. I call my porch the Peace Porch.