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Andrea Del Val, the living story of smartwork and success in life

Andrea De Val

Andrea De Val is a Venezuelan model that is living in the city of Barcelona in Spain. For three years, she has always been involved in this art because her uncle was a photographer and her mom, her role model, was a fashion designer in Venezuela. As a modeling student she has a lot of dreams to achieve, knowing that we may never expect full control, she likes to flow and trust in God and its divine timing.

Some of her goals are to develop her own fashion brand, help in the reconstruction of her native country, travel and meet different cultures, and by the way opening her heart to a relationship. Her discipline is what has led into what she is nowadays, when she has something in her mind, she doesn’t stop until she gets it. Besides that, optimism, spirituality, faith, and relationship with God is what empowers her every day. She is currently under the management of Jorge Mondragón, a manager based in México City, and apart from modelling, she is also interested in photography, being behind the cameras, documenting her memories is also fun.

In order to do her job, she has to maintain healthy. Exercise is important, but like all of us she is in love with sweets and has to take care of foods. Some tips she can give to us are that every discipline, you shouldn’t expect others to treat you the way you treated them, without expectations there is zero disappointment, believe in yourself don’t hear to criticism and prepare well for every day, also to focus in your goals even if they tell you’re not good enough. In every profession you should put overall your attitude and self-confidence, love and have fun with what you are doing. Other skills Andrea has been acting, in every modelling stage she is a different character. She loves writing in her Instagram you can find her thoughts, also she is a passionate follower of sports, specially Muay Thai.

What makes her special and professional is that she doesn’t has limitation, she adapts to different roles, on one occasion she had to use abayas and hijab for Muslim brands. She never focusses if the project is big or small, she is proud of everything she has accomplished until now. Each of those are experiences who are creating and molding her career and being who she is becoming. Also, she accepts their fails, she assures that one of her weaknesses is that she doesn’t like to ask for help to the point that she can get in difficult situations trying to carry a lot of pressure by herself, but as the professional she is working on delegating it and letting other people accepting advice and learning from them.

As a fun fact, despite being a model, she only takes from 10 to 15 minutes to choose her outfit, sometimes she spends the Sunday creating new outfits so when she is in a rush she can get ready fast, as she says: “A little bit of OCD never killed anybody.”


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