DarkestGoth New Artist Spotlight: Branwen [ARTICLE]

We’ve been very impressed with Germany’s flame-haired siren, Branwen, and wanted to let you find out a little about this new featured model and artist in her own words!

Gothic Beauty

Gothic Beauty. (Photo by Langhaarpfleger.)

Artist name: Branwen
Age: 23
Home Country: Germany
Modeling since: December 2012
Modeling Focus: Gothic/Fantasy and Medieval photography

What I like about Gothic modeling:

“Being a Gothic and Fantasy Model for me means finding a way to express all the wonderful pictures I used to create in my mind, but could never show (without people thinking I was crazy). And I must confess, I love all the flowing dresses and the sparkle of the tiny gems around me as I walk. It makes me feel like a heroine in a film or book!

It’s also a wonderful step for me to showcase the different facets of my personality. Even though I’m still a new model, it’s amazing to me to see how much self-confidence I’ve gained through this style of modeling since I began.”

My Interests:

I am a passionate singer who leads the new symphonic metal band, ONCE. In that same vein, I love poetry and am passionate about dancing, especially tribal bellydancing. I’m a gamer chick with a special fondness for  computer games. I love being around nature and I adore painting. I enjoy traveling and I’m fascinated about the history of things around me.

ONCEIf you’d like to see her lovely modeling gallery from this month, check out her Branwen: Reflections of Immortality Gallery. To check out her official page, go to her Branwen (Model) Facebook Page. To check out her band, ONCE, go to the Official ONCE Facebook Page and to hear their music, go to the Official Once YouTube Page.

We conclude our spotlight with a beautiful acoustic song from Branwen and ONCE: Distorted Smiles!

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Author: JT Hanke

J.T. Hanke is the founder and current editor-in-chief of DarkestGoth Magazine. Founded in 2012, DGM took a break from publishing at the height of the pandemic so that all the staff could work through their own issues, but was able to return in January of 2023.

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