Introducing Tweety: Young Hip & Chic
Philadelphia, PA- Tweety is of Native American descent and comes from a very artistic family, which explains her colorful background. She is no stranger to the world of fashion. “I have been loving fashion since I was really, really little. My favorite store was the Gap because I loved the styles and how I could dress it up or down, anyway that I wanted, and I was only four!” she says. At the age of six, she graduated from John R. Powers modeling school in Philly, PA with top honors. While attending elementary school she grew in love with art and excelled not only in her basic learning of Math, English, Science and History but also in Art. She has won awards for her artistic work from the School District of Philadelphia and the Philadelphia Free Library not just her visual works but also her poetry. She is an Evoluer Girl established by the great fashion diva and educator, Cheryl Wadlington, and was voted the most improved in fashion. Tweety also writes fashion articles and book reviews for her families well known art blog, Infinite Magazine. She has co-created covers for books, The Road to Emotional Healing and The Soul of Poetry for Neshee Publication. She makes jewelry, designs her own clothes, and loves photography in front of and behind the camera-a love that she shares with her dad.
Tweety has appeared in Naturally You! Magazine. As an Iconz Model, she has done several fashion shows including the Sensationel Hair Idol in which the King of Hair Glynn Jackson stated, “She is a joy and pleasure to work with and I wish I had more models like her, she fills my heart.” She has been a guest judge for the Jo’ni Modelz, Inc- Rip the Runway Competition, and she the protÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â©gÃƒÆ’Ã‚Â© of Essence Best-Selling author, Miasha and the spokes girl for her foundation, Ask Miasha. “Tweety is a great girl and very inspiring. She someone that other little girls will look up to and I am so proud of her,” says Miasha.
She will be releasing her first book, Girl Power: The Go-To Guide for Teens to Becoming Perfect Young Ladies, and is now working on the sequel, Girl Power Two: Building a Better You! All of this while maintaining straight A’s in school every year.