Get to know wild child Rebeka Adams. Photographed by Duran Levinson with styling done by Kaley Meyer and make-up by Clanelle Burger.
What is an interesting fact about you?
I grew up in a village country house in the mountains of Hungary. Old school, we had the black and white TV and the toilet was outside!
How did you start modeling?
I first started out of a passion to create art. ‘Modeling’ back then was a way of expressing ideas going on in my head and a way to embrace my body. I used to hit up photographers and friends with nutty ideas and just kind of winged it. Then my mother agent found me last year and the ball kind of got rolling from there.
And what would you say is your strongest skill?
I’m a jack of all trades, master of none kinda gal. I guess you could say then my strongest skill is learning new skills!
Do you ever get shy infront of the camera?
Don’t we all? We all have our off days. It only tends to be for a split second for me then I get into character. It’s easier to pretend to be someone else when you’re feeling that way.
“The most important person in my life? My grandfather. The man taught me so much, demeanor, humility, intellect and to have passion and perspective on life. He literally shaped me into the woman I am today.”
How do you keep yourself focused on your goals?
I write, ALOT. Lists, notes, dreams, targets, feelings. They’re helpful reminders to stay focused and determined. It’s also a helpful way to rationalize situations for me if I start to worry.
Favorite X-mas Song?
Frank Sinatra– have yourself a merry little Christmas
Or Nat King Cole– the Christmas song
I like the oldies!
And what is your ‘feel good’ song?
Sweet emotion by Aerosmith
Who is the most important person in your life?
My grandfather. The man taught me so much, demeanor, humility, intellect and to have passion and perspective on life. He literally shaped me into the woman I am today.
What do you expect from life?
Happiness and wisdom in the lessons I’ve gathered. But I guess that’s more my responsibility than life’s .
I’m a gypsy soul so literally anywhere
Where can we find you on a Sunday afternoon?
Prepping and meditating, wherever I am in the world I’ll find myself a quiet happy place, reflect on the previous week and plan for the next. Normally the beach or a cute coffee shop.