Whether in front of the camera as a model or behind it creating concepts, styling, doing hair & make up or even taking the photographs, my career has been devoted to producing top quality work in the fashion industry and blogging about it.
Height – 5’10”
Hair – Blonde
Eyes – Brown
Dress – 2/4
Shoe – 9.5
As a successful international model and actress, Brittany launched the BE MOXIE blog, where she shares her love of travel, beauty, and fashion.
You may have seen Brittany on an episode of Two and a Half Men, in an issue of Vogue, or perhaps walking the runways at New York Fashion Week. She is a regular on Ireland AM & XPOSE’s Fashion Segments. Brittany has worked in advertising, marketing, and her extensive work in the fashion industry peaked her interest in design and production. Her accreditations include International Business at Ball State University, Fashion Law at Fordham Law School, Film Production at Pulse College, and Fashion Design at the Dublin Institute of Design.
Brittany specifically enjoys collaborating with brands to produce original content. Her first directorial debut was for Prostate Cancer Awareness, the video broke more than 13 million views in one month on Youtube.
During her free time, Brittany runs a charitable cause that she founded, iampossible (#IAMP). IAMP encourages teens to live to their fullest as young role models. IAMP also gives away student grants by raising funds through fashion. Find out more and shop at iampossible.us
Brittany hopes to inspire readers to live their full potential. As she calls it, “BE MOXIE”.
Brittany’s mother agent is Andrea Roche
Thank you so much for visiting my website! I am often times asked about how I got started in my career so I decided to share a quick overview of my journey with you.
I knew I wanted to model at a young age. I used to flip through the pages of my mothers VS catalogs and I would think to myself…” I want to be that girl.” I didn’t have a clue how to get started but at 14 years old I was scouted in Chicago by the New York Agency, ID Model Management. ID Models wanted to send me to Japan to begin my career, unfortunately my parents said, “Absolutely, NOT.” So, I had to wait two years until another contract opportunity would presented itself. My grandfather always said I had “MOXIE”, as I told my parents if they said, “no” this time I would leave for the big apple anyway and live out of my car on the streets of New York City. Thankfully, my parents gave their blessing and at the age of 16 my life changed rather quickly. I signed with my first modeling agency and made the big move to New York to pursue my dream career as a fashion model.
Over the years I have been fortunate to have worked with some of the most influential names in the fashion industry like Patrick Demarchelier, John Russo, Michael Schwartz, Hung Vanngo, and Harry Josh. I am grateful for the opportunities I have had as a model and ambassador worldwide for brands and publications including Vogue, Sports Illustrated, Bebe, GQ, Esquire, Saint Laurent (while it was still Yves), Ferragamo, Wet N’ Wild Cosmetics, Seventeen Magazine, and more. I have held contracts in countries like Germany, China, Greece, Mexico, the U.K., and of course the USA.
In the 2010’s, I became the face of the John Frieda Go Blonder Campaign with Karolina Kurkova where I worked with Harry Josh and Hung Vanngo.
It has been incredible to come from such a small little farm town in Indiana to traveling the world doing what I have always dreamed of. Words cannot express my gratitude for the opportunities I have had.
Shortly after signing my first contract as a teen, I entered a local beauty competition that led to capturing the national title of Teen Model of the USA, for the World Beauty Organization (WBO). At the internationally televised competition Teen Model of the World, I competed against top models from around the globe. Out of 52 countries vying to be named the most beautiful woman in the world, I placed 2nd. In 2008, I was crowned Miss Indiana USA, for the Miss Universe Organization (MUO) placing 7th at Miss USA. This is where I began my work with President Obama and Hillary Clinton.
For acting I studied at the Lee Strasberg Institute of New York that lead to film and television appearances. Including Project Runway All Stars 2 and Oxygens THE FACE alongside supermodels Naomi Campbell, Karolina Kurkova, Coco Rocha, and Nigel Barker. I am honored to have been voted as the FAN Favorite by audiences.
Check out more of my acting work on IMDB
While I am still active in my modeling career, I have also pursued my passion to develop my creative skills. In the past few years I have worked diligently on my artwork & conceptual ideas for content creations used by companies for their marketing campaigns. I helped produce Maxim Magazines Red Carpet SuperBowl Party in 2014 and I have been brought on set to do everything from style photo shoots, hair & make up, as well as direct models and the overall projects direction.
I blog often on my website about almost anything & everything from products I use, places I have traveled to, beauty tips, fashion trends, and health & wellness.
It has always been very important to me that my work means something. Aside from my work in front of and behind the camera, I am very passionate about my charitable work and giving back to society. While I support multiple causes with my philanthropic work, like the Model Alliance for better labor and protection rights for young models, I focus most of my efforts on a non-profit organization I started called iampossible. As a teen, I was bullied to the point of despair. Back then bullying wasn’t a hot topic as it is today. There were no tools or support for victims. Above all I want to reach out and inspire the ones out that fell the world is against them, or that they are not enough. You are enough just the way you are and there are no limitations on life and success except the ones you put on yourself.
Since starting my anti-bullying work, it is estimated I have worked with over 100,000 students across my home state of Indiana. I was honored when my hometown of Anderson generously awarded me with the Service to Mankind award for my philanthropic efforts towards safer schools.
Today, while bullying does get national media attention, the epidemic still persists and further awareness, support and educational programming are needed. iampossible’s mission is to empower victims with support tools, unite communities through unique and engaging events and inspire all to be better people We use positive reinforcement tactics and celebrate young Heroes making a difference in communities by giving away Student Grants. We raise our funding through fashion and donations. No person should ever feel threatened or ashamed for who they are. Every person is possible of great accomplishments.
Join me in my efforts at iampossible.us