The Faces of NJ Project: Allie Tuesday

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Allie Tuesday is 19 years old, residing in Egg Harbor City, New Jersey. She was born in Somers Point and raised all over South Jersey. She’s English, Irish, Scottish, Hungarian, German, and American. In her spare time she likes crocheting scarves for her store, playing keyboard, drawing, and spending time with her cats. Allie also enjoys bicycling and skateboarding. In addition to retouching, she also does alternative modeling, photography, and creates musical showcase flyers for a local NJ booking company called Little House Booking. She went vegetarian when she was 12 years old, went vegan 8 years after that, and finally went fruitarian 4 months after that. She’s always been what I suppose you could call the ‘outcast’, having been bullied throughout middle and most of high school. However she’s extremely optimistic and makes sure she takes time out of the week to ground herself and set pathways towards her goals. She was part of the drama club throughout high school and continues her passion for acting with a lead role in an upcoming independent film.

It was a blast getting to know Allie throughout her photoshoot. Among many other thing’s Allie has done and accomplished, I think it’s really awesome that she skateboards. I personally am completely against bullying and believe whomever did bully Allie were missing out on knowing what a cool person she truly is.

Allie’s Links:
model mayhem- http://www.modelmayhem.com/littlemisstuesday
retouching mayhem- http://www.modelmayhem.com/3095973
facebook- http://www.facebook.com/littlemisstuesday
email- ellomisstuesday@aim.com

If you wish to be part of The Faces of New Jersey Project with an interesting story to share please contact me either through this site or Like my Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/ChrisSpanoPhotography and send me a private message.

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3 thoughts on “The Faces of NJ Project: Allie Tuesday

  1. Wow, a fruitarian! That sounds very interesting and I would love to learn some of her recipes. I can really identify with being an “outcast” and being bullied in my school years, and it’s lovely to see Allie being so confident in front of the camera!

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