Model of the Month – Josh Ford

We’re so happy to have the handsome and versatile Josh Ford as our November Model of the Month! Not only is he a trained actor, but he is recently starting his Fit career along with keeping up with his commercial and print castings/bookings – continue reading to learn about this Ohio native and how he’s taking NYC by storm!

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1. Where you are from?

Cleveland, Oh

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2. What you are into… studies, hobbies, special skills etc..?

Sports, food, mountain biking, weight lifting, ocean conservation, martial arts (black belt in tae kwon do)

3. Favorite clients from the biz?

Discovery ID, history channel are two networks I loved being on! I’ve also started fitting recently at Express which is has been so much fun, being a part of the design process has been rewarding and a really cool experience.

4. Dreams/goals any thing else of interest (any other dream clients?)?

To produce and star in my own works on the big screen has been my long term goal since I can remember. I’d also love to get some more steady fit gigs here in the city – Hugo Boss, Calvin Klein, American Eagle are all some of my favorite brands I’d love to fit for.

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5. Career highlights?

Acting as a doctor on “All My Children”. Also had a Napolian solo on a feature fan film for “The Man from Uncle” (in production) – the pilot got picked up to film overseas next year.

6. How did you get into modeling or acting? 

I did acting when I was younger, got out of it cause of sports, when to to school for marketing and finance at Miami university. Went into corporate world. Always wanted to get back into acting, so quit the corporate world and move to NYC to pursue my dream to act and model. That was 10yrs ago.



#MeToo ft. Merideth Morgan


No matter how you feel about the #MeToo movement, you definitely can’t miss it. It’s clear that the current climate has made it possible for people to come forward with what they consider shameful secrets, and place the shame where it rightfully belongs. But one also has to wonder if the more we hear about it, the more we become desensitized and consider it a norm, and then take it for granted that it’ll never change.


We are all feminists here, don’t get us wrong! Humanists, actually. We just hope the movement creates respect, not apathy. We’re so proud of our models who shared their stories for their bravery and support to the movement.

Check out our plus model/blogger new-sign, Merideth, who incorporated this into her blog recently. We loved it so much, we had to share – she touches on her experience and how it affects her day to day life, read about it here (click!).


Also check out the rest of her blog which touches on plus fashion, health, and more. We’re so happy to have the gorgeous (inside and out) Merideth on our boards!