For Him Magazine

Poetry in Motion

with Model Jenni Vere 

Photography by Ryan Dwyer / @letshoot

PR services by @mainstreetproductions

Hair & Makeup @taylor_jazz

Happy to have you featured on the cover of FHM! Tell us what are some of the things you did to prepare for this shoot? Thank you so much for having me! I just did my usual workout – I do 50-100 squats or plies, tricep dips & abs, leg lifts in bed 3-4 times a week. Oh and I got a couple of spray tans! 

You’ve got an amazing figure and beauty about you, we’re keen to know what you would say is your favorite physical feature about yourself and why? Thank you! I don’t really have a favorite physical feature but my family & friends would always point out that I have an extremely vivacious, loud & distinct laugh & a very infectious smile. 

Being a glamorous model must have its perks, what are some of your most memorable experiences in your career? I would say shooting with @Mainstreetproduction was among my most memorable so far. They are such a great team & they are so professional, you can easily see why they are on the top of their game.

What would you say sets you apart? I’m very versatile. I’m a recording artist, my album is out now JenniVere- Pieces of my mind. I write- my novel Happy Hollowdays is available now as well & I also act. I studied at Lee Strasberg in NYC and I’m looking for an agent in LA. 

On the topic of men, what were the complete best, and worst first impressions you’ve got on a first date? The best impression on a first date for me is when a person is genuine & can just be themselves instead of putting on a facade to impress others. The worst first date would be someone who tries to rush you into things right away. 

What would you say is the most surprising thing about you that not many people know? I’ve been writing poetry since I was a little kid & I used to win writing contests in elementary school, junior high & college. I sometimes embarrass myself and impulsively post a fresh intimate poem on social media then cringe & delete it right away. 

If you had to choose, would you say money and wealth determines success, or is it one’s personal achievements and happiness? I would like all of the above but I’m still trying to understand what happiness or being truly happy really means.

On a more personal level and in an ideal world, where do you see yourself in five or ten years; time in terms of family, career and life in general? I always told myself that I would adopt a few kids from around the world after I’m rich and successful. For now I’m focusing on my music, writing & acting career. 

What motivates you the most to keep on doing what you do? I like the idea of connecting on a higher level of consciousness with other humans. Art is the highest, most powerful form of communication. 

Any final words to our readers on what to expect from you this year? I’d like to get back into the studio and work with some of the most talented people in the music industry. I’ll also be focusing on my acting career & just signed with an agent in the UK so maybe I’ll get to work in Europe!

Follow Jenni on Instagram @jenniveresonglee for all her latest news and story updates!