Mz Roxxy Mayhem is an internationally published alternative model from central Texas. She is 35 years old but age is just a number, this lady is up and at it! She’s constantly booking photo sessions and creating art in multiple forms.
Roxxy has been modeling for a few years now and has taken up other professions such as acting, singing, dancing, and cosmetology.
When not in front of the camera, she is also a personal trainer and loves to help motivate women of all ages and size get in shape but most importantly love themselves for who they are!
You can find Roxxy currently working on a few independent films and working as makeup artist for Kevin G. Saunder’s Studio. She’s also looking forward to meeting new artists to work and collaborate with.
How do you describe your work and your main goal in life? I like to think of myself not just as an alternative model but an multi-talented artist. I model, act, sing, dance, train, and more. I try to think outside the box most of the time. I love to surprise and shock the norm. I love my work to have a statement or express something meaningful. My goal is to teach all women that beauty comes in all forms, sizes, and age.
What is your plans for the future? I’m terrible at planning so far ahead and I honestly live day to day. When I’m not modeling, I’m managing makeup and hair for a company I’ve just partnered with. I’m also affiliated with some of the music scene here in San Antonio, TX. As for the future, I’m actually working as an actress in a upcoming independent film and have been in a few music videos as well. I also will be appearing in a horror flick next year as well that I just can’t wait to get started on.
Who was my role model as a child? I would have to say my mother, very cliche but she really showed me what it truly means to be strong and independent. She inspired me to keep moving forward no matter where life takes me. She taught me to believe in myself and to never give up. I never watered myself down for anyone and know I have what it takes to accomplish anything I set my mind to.
Do you have any advice how to ensure good pictures every time? Learn what angles work best for you, learn your lighting and taking selfies really does help with learning facial expression techniques. Practice, practice, practice! Never be afraid to try something new but be true to yourself.
Whats your motto in life? To search for truth one must look in the mirror and “just be” I actually have this tattooed on my shoulders.