Amy Hancock first started modeling as a baby. She's now travelled all over the world for photoshoots, both as a model and as a photographer. The modeling especially has given her confidence and, as a naturally shy person, it pushed her out of her comfort zone. All of this has been a huge benefit now that she is the owner of her own company.
In this episode, Amy and I talk about how she was almost living two separate lives, hiding her modeling because she worked in a male-dominated industry. She didn't want to be judged or give them a reason to doubt her technical skills. What she realized after the fact is that most of this was in her own head and once it's out there, "the right people will think it's cool."