As the male model for our Fall / Winter 2014 photo-shoot, Jeff Finn took time after the production to answer some questions that give us an inside scoop on what's behind the pretty face and the rockstar body.
Q. How long have you been modeling?
A. Already 3 years in September.
Q. What did you do you before your career in modeling?
A. I was playing football in college.
Q. Was modeling a childhood ambition, or was it something that found you?
A. I never thought that one day I would be a model, and I never really wanted to be one.
Q. How do you keep in shape?
A. I try to eat as healthy as possible, and of course by going hard at the gym.
Q. What is your favorite book? Movie? Artist?
A. Favorite book... I would say Criminal's Mind. Movie is Lone Survivor, and artist would be Mark Walhberg.
Q. How did you find the experience of modeling at the Manoir Hovey for Point Zero’s Fall/Winter 2014 photo-shoot?
A. I only had forty-five minutes of sleep since I was in Miami only a couple of hours before the campaign shoot, butit was still a lot of fun and it was a really nice crew.
Q. What was your favorite part about the photo-shoot?
A. Shooting with the puppies was awesome!
Q. What was your favorite garment from the photo-shoot?
A. The M. Benisti gold attribute jacket with the black gloves and pants.
Q. What is something people don’t know about you?
A. I'm a good snowboarder and a good cook... well I think I am! (He laughs).
Q. What would you describe as your personal style?
A. I like surf and snowboard brands a lot, so my personal style is kind of like the surfer style.
Q. What are some of your influences, in regards to the fashion realm?
A. To be honest... I don't really have any influence in regards to modeling.
Q. Who are some of your role models? Why?
A. I would say Simon Nesman, because he is an model icon and really down to earth, even though he's one of the top five male models worldwide.
Q. What do you plan on doing after modeling?
A. Finishing university in business, then starting my own business for sure.
Q. As a Canadian lifestyle brand, Point Zero is proud to have featured local Canadian talent. Where in Canada are you from?
A. I'm from Montreal, born and raised!
Q. Do you find that it is harder for a Canadian model to get his/her name out there?
A. No, I don't think so. If you have a good mother agency with good international contacts, it doesn't matter if you're Canadian, American, or African, you all can make it!
Q. When was the first time you encountered the Point Zero name?
A. When I was a young kid, probably five or six years old.