2NR: Living in New York has got to be pretty exciting. How far are you from the city?JN: I'm about an hour and a half away. Where I live, it's pretty country though.
2NR: Have you always been a country girl?JN: I'm a city girl at heart. But New York is awefully expensive, so I had to move to a place I could afford.
2NR: What can we catch you doing Monday through Friday?JN: I work part time at a school district as a purchaser, and I go to school at a local community college right now. I'm majoring in business for the time being.
2NR: So let's fast forward to the weekend... where are we going to find you?JN: I like to go to clubs and bars, hang out with my friends, the usual. In the summer time, I LOVE to go to the beach.
2NR: If you're an hour and a half from NYC, isn't that a bit far from the beach?JN: Yeah, but it's not that bad. The beach is definitely worth it.
2NR: What kind of car gets you to and from the beach?JN: Right now I drive a Mitsubishi Galant because my parents gave it to me. But I like it because it's more luxurious than your average car. Plus it's a good college car. I'll get something better when I'm done with school.
2NR: What's the next car?JN: I really want an Escalade, all chromed out with some "24"s.
2NR: Well that's definitely the peak of luxury! So how'd you get into modeling?JN: A friend of mine owns Twisted Dimensions, so I said I'd model for him. Three years later, here I am doing the model search. Things have really come a long way! I'm actually helping him out now, doing the model coordinating for all the Twisted Dimensions girls. It's been an enjoyable experience for me.
2NR: Give us the dirt on your dating life.JN: I am not exactly single... but I'm also not married yet.
2NR: Well give us a run down of what you look for...JN: I like the guy to be tall and dark. But I go for personality more than looks.They have to be funny, trustworthy, loyal...
2NR: Jeez, sounds like the boy scout code of honor!JN: These guys aren't easy to find!
2NR: Let's say we go out on a date... let me know what I have to do to make it perfect for you.JN: Dinner in NYC and then to a long walk on the beach where we could sit and talk and get to know each other.
2NR: My East Coast geography sucks, so help me out. Where exactly is Phoenixville, Pa.? Is it close to a major city, or is it out there near Egypt?CM: It's definitely out there near Egypt. If anything, it's close to Villanova.
2NR: Have you always lived there?CM: My family actually has a couple houses, so I move around a lot. We have a house near Annapolis, Md., and another in Cape Cod, Mass.
2NR: Wow, that's pretty impressive. Are you doing all this on a model's income? Or do you have another way to pay bills?CM: Right now I'm just modeling, I'm trying to explore all areas of it and not just the import side of things. I've gotten some work with lingerie and bikini companies as well as some other side jobs. I'm also in Stuff October. I am in the finals for their competition for their cover model as well.
2NR: Do you get the opportunity to travel much?CM: Somewhat, I got to fly to Miami for Import Xpression and out to Boston for Hot Import Nights. Hopefully I'll be going out to California in the next couple of weeks. I was hoping to make it out for Hot Import Nights this year, but it didn't work out quite right.
2NR: Do you have any dreams or goals you're shooting for?CM: I really would like to be well known in the industry, I knew Joli (Robinson) before she won last year's model search, so it's been exciting to see her come up and do well. I know she's gotten a lot of work from that, so I know what it can do. It would be nice to get sponsored at some point, I have my own little car and I'd like to get it hooked up. I've heard from some other models that it's easier to get sponsored because you can promote in two ways, but I haven't gotten into it.
2NR: What about more long term?CM: Maybe own a tanning salon. I used to work in one and it was pretty fun. I'd like to do something in the industry, possibly a shop or maybe a detailing place or something along those lines.
2NR: How much do your parents support what you do?CM: They've pretty much supported me since the beginning. I've wanted to be a model since I was young. I had the opportunity to be in a magazine when I was young, but my mom wouldn't let me because she didn't feel I was ready for it. They were weary about the whole import business, but they're supporting me. They weren't too happy about the whole lingerie and implied nudity thing, but they see where it's getting me and are happy that I'm doing things for myself. It helped that my brother and sister supported me, and I think my parents saw that and were more behind me.
2NR: Desiring readers and editors alike want to know- what's the dating status?CM: I'm not really single. I'm in a long term relationship. I live with my boyfriend right now. We've been really good friends for a long time, so that really helped. We've talked about opening the business together, he'd be the hard worker and I would be the office type person. I think it would work out well.