Create a Grasp to Who You Are – Shannon

When I first started creating I didn’t have a grasp on who Shannon was and why I was creating. Causing me to loose inspiration in some fields.”

With her unusual and androgynous features, the American Model stood out from the aspiring models of the earlier this year, like Jerry Hall, Jessica Lange and Lauren Hutton. Her bold look was well received in fashion industries. Shannon Love is a native of Iowa who holds a BA in Political Science with an emphasis in Pre-law and a minor in dance. She’s is a Fashion Model, Dancer, Choreographer, Influencer, Social Media Guru, and Photographer.

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She’s recently walked for Phoenix Fashion Week as a Top 40 Model, The Model Experience in LA, Arizona Eco Fashion Week, & Chicago Fashion Week to name a few.

Shannon continuously gives back through her work with the non-profit, The Garment League, and her annual Model 101 workshops. She aspires to give aspiring models the correct info on the Fashion industry. She also hopes to inspire with her everyday actions and art. Her overall goal is to help build up the young and emerging artists.

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Her story goes: “My main message in all of my art is self-love. My unique story is my journey to find self-love. Life is harder when you don’t love yourself. It’s best to understand every part of you… flaws and all.”

“I have many talents so I’ve always found myself in various artistic roles. Some causing for vast amount of public attention. When I first started creating I didn’t have a grasp on who Shannon was and why I was creating. Causing me to loose inspiration in some fields.”

“That loss of inspiration was a major hit to my “Who am I” venture. I started meditating more and dissecting myself, until I felt I was ready. Now I’m firm in my art and myself. I know who I am and I’m comfortable with every part of me. If you are not kind to yourself you won’t be kind to others.”

“Dance, photography, poetry, and modeling is my expression. I hold them close to my heart and they’ve become part of me. These art forms help carry me through this journey. I guess my art has been my medicine too. Helping me come to the light with every endeavor.”

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