Logan High School is full of beautiful and talented students. It is no surprise to hear our students being offered rare opportunities sought out fiercely across the country. Modeling agencies have scouted one beloved freshman, Drew Broadhurst. At 5’10”, her tall frame has allowed her to be a strong competitor in Logan High’s athletics department. As a girl’s soccer and basketball team member, she never gave modeling a thought until she was scouted by her mom’s friend’s friend.
Before it all became official, her parents did extensive research on these modeling industries, skeptical at first. After 3 months, Drew’s unique facial features got her signed with Echo Modeling, New York Management, and LA Models all at once.
“I was surprised! I couldn’t believe it. I was like, ‘You want me to be a model? No way, I never thought I was pretty (for modeling)."
Although, modeling can become a superficial career path, Drew has always been that she is currently having fun and working on test shoots with photographers. She doesn’t plan on modeling becoming her career focus but as something to do on the side of whatever she decides to do in the near future.
However, she is taking modeling seriously and mentions new routines she has to do. For example, her eating has to be much healthier to help her maintain clear skin. Modeling also requires that she maintain a certain body type, straying away from defined muscles. As an athlete, she mentions it’s harder trying to find a balance between her maintaining that body type and still being the best athlete she can be.
“I never thought I was pretty [for modeling].”
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