Sweater Queen in her own words
An interview with Sweater Queen
I know Sweater Queen as a photographer and friend whom I met online some years ago via a forum we both used to post on.
I thought it would be a good idea to interview her for hubpages so here she is. Let me introduce you to Sweater Queen.
Sweater Queen is beautiful in brown
Sweater Queen photos
Sweater Queen interviewed for hubpages
1. Please introduce yourself to my readers.
I am Sweater Queen and I am a full-figured Sweater Fetish Model.
2. Why sweaters? What do you think is their appeal?
My boyfriend (and photographer) actually turned me on to the idea. He enjoyed the way a sweater would cling to a woman’s curves while still leaving a lot to the imagination. The way a turtleneck would frame the face and a baggy sweater gave you a hint of what was underneath was intriguing.
After doing a photo shoot with me he posted them on a photo-sharing site and we discovered that many others around the world shared this fetish as well. Soon I was getting comments, requests and well… I became a household name among the sweater loving community.
3. What other types of modeling have you done?
I have posed for a few aspiring photographers but never really broke into the modeling scene until a few years ago doing sweater modeling. I was told I was too short (I’m only 5’2) and too curvy to do any “serious modeling”. Personally, I like the way I am. I like having a chest and a butt and apparently my fans do as well! Recently I was contacted by a well known lingerie catalog to possibly do some modeling for them, so we'll see where that goes..
4. I understand that you are a photographer yourself so please explain a bit about the photos you take.
I LOVE photography and would someday like to go to open my own studio. I do Cemetery and Nature Photography. I love going to old cemeteries and finding historical graves and lavish architecture. Last year I received an honorable mention for one of my pictures in a local contest. I was quite proud of that! Some would call it macabre, but I call it art.
Cemeteries are like a story or picture with each stone representing a moment in time. Each grave, each statue and every little detail gives us an idea of that person’s life. By viewing these graves we learn a little bit more about the chapters of their lives. We learn of their wealth, status, love and heartache.
Cemeteries are mere libraries with thousands of stones aching to be read. Each shows a distinct nature that stimulates the mind with different characters and endings. We are there to merely turn the pages.
5. Your interests and hobbies?
Photography as we know. I also love writing stories and poetry. Music and Movies are a must! I am fascinated with the Renaissance/Medieval period and wish I could live at the Ren Faire. I am intrigued by ghost stories and the paranormal. I love the outdoors, animals and long car rides and would really like to get back into archery again.
6. Anything else you would like to talk about or promote. Feel free to include links.
My full Sweater Queen catalog can be viewed on Flickr at:
Sweaters on Amazon
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