Photos by: MarinaWardrobe by: Brigid Flood of Hollywood Babylon EYES & EDGE: How do you stay directed in your creative vision?Masyn: I honestly just try and create what I'm feeling for that day or just in the moment. I love putting concepts together and just letting the rest fall in place. I don't force anything. It never comes out right when it doesn't come naturally.
E&E: How are you hoping to push the limits in your field and point of view?
E&E: What's important for you while creating art, modeling, movement?Masyn: I always give it a purpose. I like to tell a story with every editorial or play a certain character with every outfit change. I also feel that making the model/creative feel comfortable and in a carefree environment. I won't be able to fully express my body movement if I feel uncomfortable or just not in the right state of mind. Music and conversation is important when I'm on set. I need to feel the rhythm so it will show in my body language, and hear stories.
With the photographer, there needs be vulnerability and you only get that with me if I like you or you're paying me. No in between.
I hope to also just break the binary of the fashion world. We need actually body, queer, and POC representation and we're not getting enough in 2017. I won't settle for just one black girl on the cover every few months.