Saturday 19 February 2011

John Stan @ On Display Men

John began modeling when “a friend thought I should try it out, he's a photographer and ever since my first shoot I haven't stopped.” Since then “I have not modeled for any agencies or companies yet. I am in the process of still building my portfolio.” But someday he would love to model for “Guess or D& G, any really big clothing company would be amazing.”


To be a successful model, “I think it takes a lot of hard work and dedication to making every shoot its very best and keeping up with my appearance at all times.”


So how does he cope with rejection? “I see rejection as a challenge to do better and keep pushing forward to other opportunities.” He is excited to be a part of On Display Men “so everyone can see what I'm really about and hopefully show everyone a different type of model.”


John's life goals are “to start my own construction company as well as to have a wife and kids someday.” He is driven to achieve his goals by the fact that “I hate failure and don't find it acceptable so I put 100% into everything I do.” His biggest inspiration is “any successful person who has made it on their own.”


When he's not modeling “I don't have much time for other things besides my job and going to school to get my degree.” When he's with his friends, “we usually just go to different bars or restaurants and relax and just catch up because we don't always get to hangout.” To relax “I either ride my motorcycle or lay in bed and watch a movie because I never have time to do that.” As for his dream vacation, “I would go to Dubai and India just to see a completely different culture.”


You can read the full interview by Loni Perry at On Display Men

John Stan’s interview for On Display Men

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