Millz MarleyModel Female Willimantic, Connecticut, US My MM URL: http://www.modelmayhem.com/millzmarley
Mayhem # 2990586
About MeMy name is Milimar Cambrelen but everyone calls me “Millz Marley”. I was born in Ponce, Puerto Rico now I live in Willimantic, Connecticut. Being positive is one of my biggest theories to life. Family and Friends always inspire me to strive for more. I’ve always had a big passion for art and fashion. Besides Hair Dressing, Bartending, Modeling and Custom designing clothes I always find the time to spend with my loved ones.
Tattoos have always been in my everyday life; I was blessed having an artistic mother whom loves ink. I got my first tattoo at the age of thirteen of a butterfly. The Butterfly is a known for transition and change, symbolizing our soul. It may be the simplest change, or a monumental change.... but it is there to let me know that I’ve transitioned. I have the word “PUNK” tattooed on my wrist because I’m a huge fan of punk music and the actual word has a lot of different meanings for me. I have a sugar skull and “guns and roses” rose with a negative star on my hip. These tattoos where done before I was introduced to FAME Montalvo. Whom is a great artist, person and now good friend. My first tattoo by FAME is a Sugar Skull girl named “KARMA” on my chest, which I love and adore. It has a lot of meaning to me at that point in my life I was going threw a lot and what better way to express my self than to get tatted in a Tattoo Convention. I Have a Portrait of Robert Nesta Marley “Bob Marley” on my upper right thigh. I love what he stood and still stands for! I am all about the One Love, One Heart. Since I was small I’ve been the biggest fan. I always wanted to get a portrait of Bob Marley. Bob Marley was a member of the Rastafari movement, whose culture was a key element in the development of reggae. I have a Traditional Japanese sleeve on my right arm. It started up as a cover up tattoo and ended up being a sleeve. It has a blue dragon representing good and also represented evil. Apart from its stunning beauty is that it represents good luck and the source of wealth. The Japanese dragon also represents the meaning of freedom and being fearless, both very attractive qualities. I also have the Maneki-neko is a common Japanese figurine (lucky charm) on my forearm, which is believed to bring good luck to the owner. I also have Peony flowers and Cherry Blossoms in my sleeve. I have a tattoo machine tattooed on my stomach which I got with my best friend representing our loyalty to our tattoo artist FAME and also as a thank you to him. I plan on finishing my left arm and continue modeling.
CreditsFame Montalvo My tattoo artist Photographer an Best Friend and Boyfriend