Describe your idea of a perfect day:
My perfect day starts with a slow pleasurable morning without hurry, and then I like to be busy doing interesting and creative things.
What were you doing before modelling and do you miss it?
I was playing piano for 10 years in an amazing art school. Then I stopped and I’m happy for that, because I like doing other things more, though I miss the feeling when my fingers were doing miracles on the piano keyboard. I really do and I would like to promise myself one day to come back to it.
What were you like as a child?
I have to admit that I don’t remember soooo much about my early days that I could talk a lot about it. I know I dreamt of being a cashier, I had a little home restaurant for my family and I provided cleaning services. This is soooo funny. For those who remember… my parents say I was a good kid and I ate a lot 😀.
What’s something in your hometown you think every visitor should do or see?
The best thing what you can do in a foreign country is to live a local life with local people. It’s true that sometimes you can wrongly understand what is this country about if you don’t know what to do there. This sometimes happened to me as well. Same with my city Vilnius, it is such a great city, but you will only feel the real vibe of it if you get to know with what locals do here. Of course, you may find people or activities that are of your taste and interest you. And how to do that it is very personal. Anyway, if someones asks me to show them around – I would bring to little streets of oldtown and city center, districts as Užupis and Žverynas, some local design shops, wake park, festivals and the most important: our extremely fun nightlife.
What do you see yourself doing after your modelling career?
I don’t know exactly yet. I don’t want it to be just easy. I just hope that it will be very interesting, various and creative.