Posted by KB on March 10, 2010
Bambi recently made the move from Melbourne to Sydney after joining the Priscillas 'family'. While not especially new to the modelling industry - she first began taking up position in front of the lens at the age of 14 - Bambi is a relatively recent addition to the national scene. And, it would appear, people just can't get enough of her unique, waif-like style, including Russh, Harpers Bazaar and Oyster. And, of course, us. Bambi is featuring in the next issue of Kluster magazine in a bold black-&-red dominated, '90s-femme inspired story. Watch this space...
In between cruising the streets of Bondi on her bike and becoming one of Sydney's fashion 'it' girls, Bambi sat down with Kat Hartmann for a quick chat.
Covered: Harpers Bazaar, Oyster and Bondi Beach.
Kat Hartmann: When did you start modelling and how did you first become involved in the industry?
Bambi: I was scouted when I was 14 and did a little bit of modelling in Melbourne. Two weeks ago, a friend suggested I meet with Priscillas in Sydney.
KH: You’ve been a busy girl lately. Besides working for Kluster on our upcoming fashion pages you have shot for Harpers, Russh and others. Tell us about some of your recent jobs.
B: My first shoot was a beautiful story with Russh magazine, then Harpers Bazaar, a very cool story with Oyster, and I have several more confirmed for next week. It has been quite fun so far.More...