My name is DOTTIR, and I’m a Danish&Icelandic full-time freelance model
I am here to transform nudity, that is highly judged upon, into new fashion. This is my “free the nipple”- protest against the strict rules that are put upon nudity on social medias and in the society in general.
The life of being a freelance model is underestimated with the intensity of the travelling, arranging & flexibility that is required. I have to put every piece together, put my trust in other people & adjust to outer circumstances.
It’s all about balance. My motivation is to be able to work more from home and choose to travel where and whenever I want to. I’m a person that has a lot of dreams and projects going on in my head.
I’m a person with a lot of dreams and projects going on in my head.
Everything from working as a cleaner at the hospial to dreaming about becoming a famous singer/songwriter. I never imagined myself becoming a nudeart-model. That jobtitle is probably the most unexpected one of mine;) But what I’ve realized over the years, is that I want to combine my qualities and experiences. Combining my interests makes working funnier and more creative. It’s all about embracing the strengths and weaknesses we all have, to get challenged daily, reach new highs, believing that nothing is impossible.
My partner is showing me that everyday. He is so versatile and curious about life, about learning, trying new things and being patient. He is my biggest inspiration, and has been the biggest brain behind our projects and this website, from the beginning. He is teaching me to grow my confidence, because I never had a lot of that.
I struggled a lot with body issues and inner confidence. I developed anorexia when I was around 12 years old. It was a really hard time, as the body begins to develop. Having an eating disorder it triggers the mind to see the body changing naturally. It’s very difficult to function socially, because the focus is mostly in the mind as a constant fight between rationality and fantasy. The mirror doesn’t show a true reflection, so the sickness gets worse really fast. Luckily I managed to recover after half a year, but since I’ve had ups and downs like every mental illness has. Modelling is both a motivation and a challenge for me mentally. I’m still having my bad days, where it’s more difficult to be confident. At the same time, it’s helping me to see my own body daily and having to accept myself how I am. I’m fighting everyday to get stronger and happier with myself, and the support from people around me has definitely had a big impact on me and my health. I’m grateful for getting to where I am now <3
To someone that can relate to my situation and would like to express themselves, feel free to send a message, I am more than happy to listen and give my support
I want this website to be an inspiring place, where taboos are being normalized. No shame, no hate, no judgement.
Thanks for reading,