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I had a similar experience couple of years ago, when Spencer Tunick came to my home city, Montreal. There were thousands of people and it was amazing just to feel the togetherness, it was really a back in the 60s experience! Between the shoots, we went to a coffee bar and didn’t realise at first why people were looking at us. I enjoyed the shoot, and when I was looking in The Leeds Guide to see what’s on, then I saw a naked picture of a guy walking his dog and it says they were looking for volunteers. I didn’t hesitate a second, and called. I think being naked is a sign of freedom, of being in-peace with yourself. And when they are used wisely, naked pictures can be the most beautiful art, no matter what shape you are!!!

What did I get out of the experience? An argument with my boyfriend! (laughs) I think I’m much more in peace with myself, and treat myself better than before. I’m happy. I have to admit that since I moved to England my life was depressing, economically and politically, but since I’ve done the pictures it’s brightened things up and now I’m more positive and plan to stay in the UK to start my acting career. I’d say doing naked pictures was like a therapy! Come on England, let’s get naked!

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