Boon Models: Spotlight on… Shannon O’Brien

I’m sure all of you fashion-followers out there will be aware that one of the busiest, most exciting times of the year is fast approaching. And to celebrate the fact the New York Fashion Week is just around the corner, here at Boon Models we have been taking you on a journey through our impressive roster of models, which we believe sets us apart as one of the key modeling agencies in NYC.

One of our most talented and established clients in this respect is Shannon O’Brien, not only because of her stunning looks, but also because of her innovative and inspiring approach to the modeling profession.

Shannon is part of The Fashion Hero revolution, which uniquely handpicks models representing demographics of women that are distinctly neglected by the industry. Henceforth, Shannon very proudly flies the flag for the more curvaceous woman and has very astutely taken on her responsibilities as a role model to women across America. Aside from supporting charitable causes such as The Trauma Survivors Network, when she is not modeling Shannon devotes her time to studying a masters degree and working as a Baltimore Ravens playmaker, very much underlining that education and community involvement don’t have to take a backseat to a career in modeling.

Shannon’s look very much epitomizes the essence of womanhood, wherein she is not afraid to show of her curvaceous physique and makes absolutely sure that she radiates a unique confidence that her followers can aspire to. Taking all of this into consideration it will most likely not surprise you to hear that she was crowned esteemed winner of ‘Miss Maryland 2013’, a role she cherishes and nurtures to this day.

2015 was the Shannon’s most successful year with a string of exciting projects already in the pipeline, including her own YouTube segment entitled ‘Alive #WSAC’ (Alive with Shannon and Crystal) which will follow Shannon and her co-star Crystal – from The Fashion Hero series – interviewing inspirational people across the country.

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