After many years working as a model in Nyc and Paris where the most exotic animals you find is rats and pigions, I decided to cross the pond to Africa and do volunteer work with reintroducing and rehabilitating African animals. I did not know what to expect, but realized quickly that one can only expect the unexpected. I arrived pretty clueless, but got the hang of things quickly when I understood that the predator prey world in Africa is not so different from the Fashion predator- prey world in Nyc. The goal for both places is the survival of the fittest and becoming the top of the food chain. So in Nyc i had learnt how to play the game and read the "tracks" of designers shoes, photographers and brands. And after two years of working in Africa i decided its was about time to learn the profession of reading the tracks of the natural animal kingdom.. And so i did and went to Botswana to live amongst the wild. Every morning I encountered 60 elephants whilst in the shower, and had lions sleeping next to my hut at night. I learnt the language of hyenas and responded to their calls. I was there, I was one with nature. Beautiful!