At the age of 16 Brittany’s life changed within a matter of months. She signed her first contract and moved to in NYC to pursue her dream career as a fashion model. Now she appears for worldwide brands like Sports Illustrated, Bebe, GQ, Elle, Esquire, Yves Saint Laurent, Ferragamo, Seventeen Magazine, and Maxim Magazine. Brittany was the face of the 2010 John Frieda Go Blonder Campaign. She currently studies acting at the prestigious Lee Strasberg Institute in New York and has made several television appearances. Most notably on the 200th episode of Two and a Half Men playing guest star Jason Alexander’s secretary, Project Runway All Stars 2, and a brand new show with a supermodel cast airing in February 2013 on Oxygen.
Shortly after signing her first contract, Brittany entered a local beauty competition which led her to capture the national title Teen Model of the USA. At the internationally televised competition Teen Model of the World, Brittany competed against top models from around the globe. Out of 52 countries vying to be named the most beautiful woman in the world, she placed 2nd. In 2008 She was crowned Miss Indiana USA, for Donald Trump’s Miss Universe Organization placing in 7th at Miss USA live on NBC.
As a firm believer in community service Brittany continues to be involved with several charitable causes. As a teen, Brittany created a bullying awareness and prevention program where she worked with kindergarten level to even college students. Within a few years it is estimated she worked with close to 100,000 students across the state of Indiana. Her hometown of Anderson awarded her with the Service to Mankind award for her philanthropic efforts for safer schools. In 2006, Brittany organized fund-raising events to collect supplies for Mission of Hope Haiti where she even traveled to work at a children’s shelter and hospital. In 2008, Brittany dabbled in politics. Joining Chelsea Clinton on tour to campaign for Hillary Clinton in the Democratic Presidential Primary and continued her work with the Democratic Party for President Barack Obama. Brittany also supports The Model Alliance which serves as a voice for models. In 2012 she studied Fashion Law at Fordham Law School under Susan Scafidi to further her goal to improve the industry and establish fair working rights for all models.