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Alessandra Huynh - Why will you never give up?

Episode 9
1 hr 32 min / Published
By morjtz

My guest today is the vietnamese photographer, actress and creative director Alessandra Huynh. With 600€ in her pocket she decided in the age of 21 to run away from her parents and start her career in Paris. But things weren’t as easy as she expected. Without any knowledge of the language and constantly working all day in order to pay the rent, her path was very hard at the beginning. After a while she made her first steps into the fashion scene and from that point she came closer to her dream every single day .. Now she is living in Milan, working as a successful photographer, shooting editorials and campaigns all around the world. Within our conversation we talk about all the struggles she had to face on her way, how everyone can get into a fashion show and why you should never compare yourself with anyone! This was hands down one of the most impressive stories I‘ve ever heard in my life and you will deeply feel the fire inside her while listening to this amazing episode!


PERSONAL: https://www.instagram.com/atiashuynh/

PHOTOGRAPHY: https://www.instagram.com/alessandra.huynh/


Laws of winners - Bodo Schäfer

Big 5 For life 1-2 - John Strelecky

The power of now - Eckhardt Tolle

I can do it - Bodo Schäfer

The Cafe on the Edge of the World 1-3 - John Strelecky

The child in me has to find a home - Stefanie Stahl

Everyone is capable of relationships - Stefanie Stahl

Rich Dad Poor Dad - Robert Kiyosaki

Think and grow rich - Napoleon Hill

The Robbins power principle - Tony Robbin

Shoe Dog - Phil Knight 

What I've learned - John Strelecky

  • fashion
  • photography
  • style
  • paris
  • hardworking
  • dream
  • actress
  • modeling
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