Meet Braydan from Bunbury – he’s a bronzed, buff, gym boy who’s ready for the beach
Model, actor, and fitness enthusiast Braydan Ifould recently stepped in front of the camera of David Broadway.
We took the opportunity to ask him a few questions.
How long have you lived in Western Australia?
I lived in Mandurah for 18 years, and then made the move to Bunbury – which is a tw0-hour drive south of Perth. I’ve been here for two years now. Hopefully in the near future I’ll be residing in Perth City.
What makes Western Australia a great place to live?
The beaches are for sure a plus – nothing better then spending the day down there with friends and a few drinks.
Also, we have such a close community – it helps that Perth is a smaller city.
What are some of the down-sides of living in Western Australia?
I would have to say the limited opportunities to further yourself is kind of hard being in a smaller city. Also, me loving to shop, I find it quite hard to find pieces I like – when I’m shopping in Melbourne or Sydney I’m definitely more in my element.
Where do you go out?
I tend to head to The Court in Perth on my nights out. I haven’t been there much recently though as it’s changed from previous years, and the line to get in is crazy nowadays.
At the moment, I’m prepping for a physique comp so clubbing is off the table for a good few months.
Which is your favourite beach?
Scarborough Beach, for sure.
Where do you go on vacation?
I haven’t had the chance to travel much, to tell you the truth. I’ve only been to Bali, and Thailand, but my dream vacation is either Europe or America.
How did you get into modelling?
I started posting photos of myself onto Instagram, after I got my body into decent shape. Six months later, my account started growing a bit, and then offers started coming through from agencies and some brands.
What are some of your goals and aspirations for the months ahead?
To see how far I can push myself, and try new things outside of my comfort zone. I plan to work as hard as I possibly can and just see where the road takes me.