|Tue, March 08, 2016 at 3:48 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Check out this quick interview with model Tyshay here on Black Vibes.
Question 1: What's up Tyshay?Tyshay: Hey how are you?
Question 2: How would you describe yourself in 5 words?Tyshay: I am fun, outgoing, shy, beautiful and independent.
Question 3: What's your five favorite things ever?Tyshay: Modeling Taking care of my daughter, Family, Friends,Dancing
Question 4: Can you give five reasons why people should come out and attend the upcoming comedy event The Benefit of Laff'n that you will host in Raleigh, NC on March 14th?Tyshay: I am hosting... that's all 5 five right there! (laughs).Well this event was born from the partnership of my entertainment company and Torchlight Academy. Torchlight is a charter school in Raleigh, North Carolina that is doing an amazing job with kids often forgotten in traditional public schools.Plus we have a terrific lineup of comedians for the show:Leroy SeabrooksJoe PerrowAaron WestlyMike MelloJohn Boni Sam ManzanyBrit Blakeney
Question 5: Is there anything else you would like to plug or mention?
Tyshay: I am currently rehearsing for a play in which I am starring "Motherless Child." Tyshay is getting ready to star in Writer & Entertainer Eric S. Swindell upcoming Comedy/Drama Stage-Play: Motherless Child. She will be playing seventeen years old, Vanessa, who is raised by her grandfather after her mother abandoned. However with her eighteenth birthday coming up, Vanessa is surprised by an unexpected guess at the front door.Eric is also working on Tyshay Biography as his third book.Make sure to follow me on social media for updates on upcoming shows...Https://facebook.com/TyshayHttps://facebook.com/MonTrellGemsHttps://facebook.com/HassMusicLL
|Sat, February 27, 2016 at 10:28 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine sits down with rising talented actress / model Tyshay to talk about her modeling career, her future plans, definition of beauty and more! Read all about what she has to say in this nice, well thought out interview with the rising, shining beauty.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Hey Tyshay! How are you doing today?
Tyshay: I am doing great! How are you?
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: That's good to hear, I'm doing well myself. Thanks for asking. So, What inspired you to want to become a model?
Tyshay: Tyra Banks and her show "America'Next Top Model".
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: How long have you been modeling?
Tyshay: I have been modeling since I was 5 years old.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: How did you get started modeling?
Tyshay: My mom started putting me in pageants and fashion shows.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: What has been one of your biggest accomplishments in your modeling career?
Tyshay: My biggest accomplishment in modeling is where I am currently in my career. If not for Mon Trell's Gems modeling agency I wouldn't be right here right now.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: How would you define beauty?
Tyshay: Beauty is what is within you. You don't need make-up to make you beautiful.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: What makes you so beautiful?
Tyhsay: Positive energy, personality and my smile.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Not only do you model, but you are also an entertainer?
Tyshay: I host events, model and an actor. I am currently rehearsing for a play. I am the main character of the play which will be debuting in late March.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: How would you describe yourself as a performer?
Tyshay: Shy, energetic and a great attitude
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Where do you see yourself in the next 5 years?
Tyshay: On the front cover of magazines, in videos, plays and maybe the big screen. Definitely in my own home raising my daughter.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: In the future, what plans do you have for 2016?
Tyshay: You can find me featured here on Southeast Hip Hop Magazine; other magazines features and in plays and videos. At the same time I am pursuing a degree in Medical Assisting.
Southeast Hip Hop Magazine: Is there anything that you would like the readers to know about you that hasn't been covered so far in this interview.
Tyshay: I mentioned that I am in a play called "The Motherless Child." I am a very hard working single mother just looking to see where life takes me...
Follow me on social media for information and updates on Tyshay. https://facebook.com/Tyshay
You can also come meet me and other members of the HASS Entertainment family at The Benefit of Laff'n Clean Comedy Show. The event is March 14, 2016 @ Scooter's Grill and Bar 1911 Sego Ct. Raleigh, NC.
I will be hosting this spectacular event, a portion of the proceeds go to Torchlight Academy of Raleigh, NC. Torchlight is a charter school that although the struggle with funding provide a highly stimulating learning environment for its students. HASS Entertainment is proud to host this benefit for such a wonderful organization.
|Thurs, January 22, 2015 at 10:09 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
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|Thurs, April 08, 2010 at 12:56 AM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
J Pierre Cornell joins us to talk about his background and his modeling company which is currently looking for new faces for their 2011 calendar. He talks about: the difference between high fashion and glam models; the male model market vs the female model market; working with eva pigford. One of his photographers, Sincere, is in the studio too.
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|Tue, February 17, 2009 at 3:25 PM|Send Blog · Share on Facebook · Bookmark on Delicious
"Some casting sheets actually said ...No Blacks,"' the 19-year-old model Shawn Sutton was saying on Friday, backstage at the Duckie Brown show in the Bryant Park tent. He was referring to the model castings at the recent men's wear shows in Milan.
"It was pretty brutal and, yeah, it was racist," he added. "But things opened up a lot by Paris, so I paid it no mind."
Mr. Sutton was one of 24 models in a show whose casting, for once, reflected some ethnic diversity. It is early days in New York's Fashion Week, but already there are signs that the recent industry habits of exclusion may be undergoing a shift. Call it the Obama effect, if you will.
"Oh, it's totally about Obama," said Marcus Lloyd, a 22-year-old African American model from Dallas. "I remember my agent was like, ...If Obama does become president, there's going to be a lot more work for you guys."'
Duckie Brown may not be the most representative of the...click to continue reading
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