On the cover of WMH Magazine, we have Grace Riza. from Canada. Here is a glimpse of our conversation with her about Labour Day and the shoot organized by the 360 € Project.
Q: What does the 360 € Project mean?
Grace: The 360 Project is an editorial shoot I’ve organized to showcase the Labour Day event. Behind this project, we are a diversified artist and professionals by day. However, we make a move freely like an airplane at a 360 degrees angle to execute a project.
Q: What’s your inspiration behind the Labour Day theme?
Grace: As for me, Labour Day is a celebration for every person on this planet, who works hard to make a living and/or for a good cause. Coming from a single parent like me, being a mother is already a full-time job. But, my life does not stop there, I prefer to set a good example that to e an ambitious career is truly possible and still able to juggle by night as an artist doing what I love for modeling, fashion styling, and makeup artistry.
Q: What’s your plan moving forward?
Grace Riza: We all must make a goal in life or for some people they are born to be goal-getter already in order to be successful. I believe through failures, it gives an individual like me to come back stronger and hoping that I will continue to share my work, experience, and achievements in this journey Impacting someone who needed encouragement, awakening, and motivation. It’s Important to bring out the best in me so I can bring out the best in others.
Q What would you want to say to WMH and its followers for this opportunity?
Grace: Thank you for this cover issue opportunity in having me talk about Labour Day. Your team has been a great instrumental in seeing me grow as an artist in this industry without experience. My creativity and passion for fashion with a pinch of curiosity gave me the strength to harness my existing talent. Again, I’m grateful for your magazine that focuses on helping aspiring artists like me to be published and build an audience on a global platform. It means the world a lot to me.