Margaux Brooke started modeling at the age of 9, in Atlanta, GA. As a young model she worked for brands such as Robinsons, Macys and Neiman Marcus. She took 3 years off from modeling while living in Costa Rica with her family when she was 12-years-old. In 2005 she resumed her modeling career while balancing life as a high school student.
At age 17 she decided it was time to join the big leagues and signed with Elite Model Management in Los Angeles, where her career grew substantially. She shot editorials, lookbooks and walked in runway shows for local L.A. designers.
In the summer of 2009 she signed with Major Model Management in Paris where she spent five weeks navigating couture fashion week and building her portfolio. Her first big campaign and commercial was for JCPenney “People Style Watch”, which premiered in 2010 during the Academy Awards.
Her career picked up and she did campaigns for Tide, Volkswagen and Splendid. Commercials for Hyundai and Forever 21 and editorials for Women’s Health and Vegas Rated Magazine, where she dawned her first cover. She’s also worked with known fashion photographers, such as Matthias Vriens McGrath, Christopher Nicholls, and Ture Lillegraven.
Although modeling is her first love she has an intense passion for journalism, which she is currently majoring in at Fullerton College. One of her personal goals is not only to be on the cover of Vogue, but inside the pages as a writer. She’s already written articles for Runway Magazine and holds the online editor position for her college newspaper The Hornet. Being social media savvy is important in any industry so you can keep up with her latest adventures on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, Tencent Weibo and YouTube.