ENTMAG: What was the concept of this shoot?
Roarie: The concept was a mixture of some idea I had, the photographer's interpretation of my idea, and his added input. I don't often wear white so I thought it'd make a nice picture series but also wanted to add some color to it. That's where Billy came in. His idea of using gels was something that helped pulled everything together.
ENTMAG: Who was the Photographer?
Roarie: The wonderful Billy Prime and our first time working together too!
ENTMAG: What name do you go by?
Roarie: Roarie or Rawr if I like you.
ENTMAG: Who’s the best photographer you’ve ever worked with?
Roarie: The one I have yet to work with. Though I do happen to really hit it off well with some and I feel we make the best work. Those shoots remind me why I do this.
ENTMAG: Why do you model?
Roarie: Aside from the creative release, my mother sort of inspired me to do so. She never did the things she wanted to as a young woman, life got to her first. I don't want to be filled with regret and I want to see the world. Modeling has made this happen for me.
ENTMAG: Who is the most influential model in history?
Roarie: Twiggy and Kate Moss. They sort of turned the modeling world on it's head and became house hold names. I prefer Saskia de Brauw who proves to me that women with short hair can make it in this industry.
ENTMAG: In your own words what is a model?
Roarie: Someone who is interesting looking or can make themselves appear to be. The rest is working with the right photographers who know how to create an image or coax a pose out of you. To borrow a term from another model, Anastasia Arteyeva, 'photo actress' is something I more closely relate to. It's akin to becoming a character.
ENTMAG: What’s your favorite kind of makeup?
Roarie: Avant garde but those shoots take loads of time and are few and far between.
ENTMAG: How long have you been modeling?
Roarie: Roughly 3 years.
ENTMAG: What’s the best thing about being a model?
Roarie: Creating what I see in my mind, meeting people, traveling. I really enjoy what I do.
ENTMAG: When do you feel sexiest?
Roarie: Not in lingerie that's for sure. I'm more of a comfy type of girl, lounging around in panties and a t shirt.
ENTMAG: How do you stay in shape?
Roarie: Modeling is a pretty intensive workout on it's own. I walk a lot and take stairs instead of elevators.
ENTMAG: What do you do other than modeling?
Roarie: For now, nothing. My life sort of revolves around my art.
ENTMAG: What’s your sign?
Roarie: Cancer but I don't celebrate birthdays.
ENTMAG: Why don't you celebrate birthdays?
Roarie: I celebrate accomplishments instead of birthdays. Those are more important to me.
ENTMAG: What grinds your gears?
Roarie: This exact phrase and lack of common sense.
ENTMAG: If you can move anywhere in the world where would you go?
Roarie: I have yet to find that place. Perhaps sometime I will in my world travels.
ENTMAG: What’s one thing you would change about the world, if you could?
Roarie: I wish people had more compassion. It goes a long way.
ENTMAG: What’s your biggest fear?
Roarie: To have a regret. I hope that as choices come up I have the balls to just go for it. You have one life, why not go for it?
ENTMAG: Where are you from?
Roarie: Florida, a really small minded town that's pretty back woods.
ENTMAG: What is something you hate that photographers do?
Roarie: Overly directional. I work best when I've been given a general direction and am let loose.
ENTMAG: If you were going to be in a movie, what kind of movie would you want be in?
Roarie: Something along the lines of Planet Terror. A combination of gore and cheesy lines.
ENTMAG: What’s your favorite kind of mixed drink?
Roarie: Whiskey, no mix.
ENTMAG: What’s the craziest thing you’ve ever done?
Roarie: Traveling as a model seems pretty out there to most. Aside from trespassing and being nude publicly, I lead a rather quiet life.