Kicking of this episode of The Dinner Club, we welcome Tiffany Diamond. Tiffany is one of two Model’s for this week. Besides Modelling, Tiffany Diamond has a lot going on for herself. “I actually kinda started modelling in high school because I was a cheer leader and there was a photographer that would take all the professional football and basketball pictures,” explains Tiffany. “So I did my first photo shoot probably when I was like in the eleventh grade.
Although that was at an early age, Tiffany did stop for some time. Modelling in her teens was more of a way to build her portfolio and gain the experience. Tiffany would then later return to Modelling in 2015 where she ended up featuring in music videos. From then on now she would take modelling more seriously.
I’m a person who just loves… art, photography – Tiffany Diamond
Tiffany also touches on having a child at an early age and how she had to balance being a mom and going after a modelling career. “It was pretty hard, but you know it was all about just making sacrifices. I worked as a waitress for the time that I barely started doing music videos, doing more photo shoots. My waitress job actually made pretty good money. It was enough to you know save up to get myself a new car. Get better things for my and my son and help out my family,” she explains.
During this time Tiffany would find ways to still purse her goal of modelling, “Whenever I had the chance if I had one day off and I was offered something and it was cool I would take it. That’s how I continuously slowing started building up my portfolio.”
Besides modelling, Tiffany also has a few businesses of her own. Such as Diamond Bites, which are vegan and organic editable cannabis. Diamond Bites is not just a cannabis gummy, there is a goal in mind to help many. The company will be traveling to donate the CBD diamond bites to people in need, all while teaching them about the benefits of CBD.
L.A. native, Ginevra is our second Model Of The Week. For the first time on The Dinner Club we have two models on one episode. Ginevra has been modelling for three years. during that span, she has had to dealt with many personal situations. That has not stopped Ginevra, as she has been on her grind as of late.
Ginevra talks about what she feels so far has been the toughest part of modelling,”The opinions.” Not just on social media but everywhere. “Somethings get to you, cause the internet, it don’t care. It has no mercy on nobody.”
Model Of The Week, Ginevra also gives us some words of wisdom for any up and coming models. “First and foremost, before you even go to a photographer, don’t be afraid to reach out to another model. Ask her how their experience went,” says Ginevra. “Usually they’ll be honest with you. Then check in with the photographer and them if someone is allowed. If he allowed someone then bring someone with you. Ask for the address ahead of time.”