The gorgeous Demi was born in Australia. This model has an angelic face and a nicely shaped body making her a beautiful candidate for commerical and swimear campaigns. Demi excels in dancing with an incredible excess of 10 years experience in the area, as well as being an experienced actress with over 5 years practice. Demi has a degree in journalism and enjoys music, specifically playing the piano and the guitar.
1. What was the most memorable holiday you have ever been on?
I travel quite frequently and I'm not sure I could narrow all my trips down to just one. All have been memorable for entirely different reasons. I flew to Africa alone when I was 18 years old and fresh out of high school and volunteered in an orphanage in Ghana for two months. The trip was completely life changing and matured and shaped me in a way I'm not sure any other trip could have. Since then I have also lived in orphanages in both India and Bali for extended periods of time. It's funny that you think you can go in there and potentially teach the children a thing or two, but you walk away realizing that they are actually the teachers, and teach you so much more than you could ever dream of teaching them. They taught me the true importance of life, to value love above all, to appreciate everything I have, to celebrate the rain, to live simplistically and not to sweat the small stuff. I have also traveled Europe a few times, but my most memorable would have to be last year when I was living in a gypsy bus and performing at different festivals across so many different borders. I met so many great people and learnt to say yes to everything, even the seemingly unpleasant, which ended up taking me on quite a crazy journey.
2. If you could meet one person, alive or dead, who would it be and why?
I think that would be Bob Dylan. I'm a huge fan of 60's rock n roll music, however I can also really connect to Bob's lyrics and poetry, and I really respect how he used music to try and evoke political change and revolution. His words and messages have always resonated deeply with me, they always reflected a mood of concern about the country's overall direction, including the beating of civil rights demonstrators and the escalating nuclear arms race. His songs would refer to the nation's unwillingness to face its own racism or any other form of ignorance, and I believe the same issues are still inanely occurring today, which is why I would love to meet him over a glass of red and connect with him on that. And of course also sit back and be serenaded by his amazing music!
3. What was your favourite subject at school?
I would have to say either English, photography or drama. All because they inspired me creatively and allowed me to express myself in various ways, whether that be through poetry and creative writing, capturing images from behind a lens or embodying emotions and communicating through movement. I've always believed in offering eloquent and significant messages through creative expression, and i loved that school both taught and allowed me to do that in so many ways than just words.
4. In 30 words describe your best life experience.
Teaching some of the children from the orphanage I was living at in Bali how to surf. To see their faces light up every time they stood up on the board was so empowering yet humbling.
5. What is your favorite film?
Probably either the Woodstock 1969 documentary, August Rush or Into the Wild. I also really love the documentary called Samsara. All of these films deliver such unique but important messages for humanity.