We got a chance to interview the lovely Bianca Sylvia Bogdan, who you can follow on Instagram here. She has worked on Exit Plan and a few other projects with Mandy Chan as well as Khoi AKA Sting. BCB: How did you meet Mandy and Khoi?
Bianca: In school I had photography class together with Quentin, who introduced me to Mandy Chan and to the 35 Horizon Family, including Khoi. I remember the very first time I met them was in a shoot. Quentin asked me to model for him and they were there to help him
BCB: Was it exciting being in a Martial Arts scene?
Bianca: It was super exciting. Since I was a child I wanted to have a role in a movie where I fight, so I’m happy I could have had this experience. It was very hard though. Since I did rhythmical gymnastics and ballet for 12 years before, the movements and poses in martial art didn't come naturally. In fact, I felt like I look weird while trying to do it, and I guess I did. But after a lot of training eventually it came out great and I think I did my best.
BCB: Tell me about your personal background, like where are you from?
Biance: I’m from Budapest, Hungary. This will be my 4th semester in Boston as a visual media art student.
BCB: Have you done much modeling in the past?
Bianca: I’ve never modeled officially, but I’ve been to quite a lot of shoots. Recently it was mostly with our group. There are some photographers and it’s always great to help each other.
BCB: What do you plan for the future?
For now, my number one goal is to finish school and have my diploma. I try to bring the most out of my stay here and meet as many interesting people as I can.
(Some words about Khoi’s video:)
It was so much fun. I just had to pretend to be on a date with him, which obviously didn’t need a lot of practice as a martial art scene. It felt natural and the crew was awesome.