She is noticed by her 'outrageously pink' hair often refferenced to as 'The Living Jem.'
Starting very young as a gymnast, this progressed into modeling for her Dance school. She also was a very accomplished artist, leaving behind oil paints and sketches for hair dyes and razors she went to cosmetology school at 16 and made coloured extensions for friends on her myspace profile.
"I love to do as many things as I can! I get bored and move on to something new!" Stated in High school paper feature.
Bull Rider, Rodeo Queen, Soup Kitchen Aid, Dancer, Artist, Gymnast, Cheerleader, Cosmetologist, and she doesn't seem to be slowing down.
Now interning at The Hippodrome State Theatre she is working with the costumers.
Maybe a line of clothing is in the near future!
A very caring person she has been involved with The Kiwanis Club starting in middle school with the local Circle K Club and throughout high school she was an Officer of Key Club. Constantly working with several charities such as : UNICEFF, Ronald McDonald House, Senoir facilities, March of Dimes, and Working with younger children as a Big Sister and Tutor to elementary students.
Constantly traveling to New York and LA for minor roles is fashion shoots and amatuer films. She has noted on the later that she would like to pursue acting as her fulltime career.
After overcoming a potentially fatal diagnoses of anorexia, she has been more focused on reaching out toward the younger generation to help whomever she can to also beat and stay away from this terrible disease.
Expanding on the above subject, most of her fanbase consists of 14-18 year old girls and guys, mainly of the "scene and hipster crowd." She has never labeled herself, which is actually one of the few things she prides herself on, as answered in the Q & A section of her blog. She believes that she has an original style that she has never seen in anyone before, though she admits it has been attempted to be replicated many times before. Thus she finds it interesting and bemusing herself that the majority of her followers are from a certain "label" and often backlash or hate sites can be found from her reputation as "wannabe scene queen."
As of the past few months, she rarely logs on anymore, though it has been widely circulated that she always tries to reply back to any messages and comments, no matter how vast the amount. She is trying to focus on her modeling, acting, and fashion career, but will never forget her roots and the online forums and sites that she started and rose from.
OMG... have you heard of Le'Mon Drop from myspace?</b>