"I really enjoyed this shoot and loved the final image. It was a really good day, the photographer was happy, the client was happy and I was really happy! I felt really comfortable going out there and I just knew what I needed to do. The judges were saying I was 'too sexy' on this shoot like it was a bad thing, but quite often the clients were actually looking for sexy! I didn't even realise that in one of the later episodes the judges had decided to accept my 'sexiness' so I was still trying to be un-sexy for all of my shoots!"
"I was actually quite happy with the swimwear being the theme for the first shoot, because I'd already been eating well and exercising up to that point. Gradually as the competition went on we didn't have time to exercise and kept eating sweets and chocolate so I was happy to get this out of the way early!"
"The Dubai shoot was literally amazing. It was the fact that we got fake tanned, I had this amaing gold headdress on and had my hair scraped back, it was a totally different look but a beautiful look - i loved it! The shoot before was really neutral, very minimal hair and make up, but on this one we really went for it. Elle and Julien were really complimentary to us on that shoot and said we had a really good start."
"This was quite a hard shoot. We all kind of wished we were just having a shoot on the ground, but it was a great jump-start into what BINTM is about. It's about pushing yourself to the limits and doing the most interesting things. It was weird being hung up on the string, as you can't actually control yourself! You're just hanging and wobbling - I had to hold on to Tasmin to get into a decent position!"
"I enjoyed the androgynous shoot - I was a bit nervous because we were told that we were women-slash-men and we we didn't really know how to convey this so we all did loads of different poses. I was trying to do more masculine poses but I didn't have a clue how men posed! I got given a cane as well and I was thinking 'Props as well?!' and I was just standing there with a cane but I managed to eventually do something with it, and in the end it worked out!"
"The launderette shoot was a tough day for me. I loved the clothes and make up and the hair but for some reason I was having the Top Model Blues, where you haven't spoken to your family for ages and you feel quite lonely. Everything just got on top of me and I felt so uncomfortable on the photo shoot. The guys were so nice and the photogapher was so lovely to me but for some reason I didn't feel like a model like I had done previously."
"I loved the Revlon shoot, it was very nerve-wracking because, as with the Company shoot, they're the people you're going to be working with if you win, so the pressure is completely on. It was pretty intense but luckily it worked out in the end."
"I didn't feel that nervous on the spider shoot, which was weird because I don't like spiders at all! For some reason, being on the show and the fact that you might go if you don't nail the photoshoot just literally made me able to do anything. I didn't care about having three tarantulas on me, because it didn't phase me because I just didn't want to go home. The show really tested our limits but I just wanted to be professional, do the job and do it well."
"This was our final shoot and I loved it, I really did. We had to go on a freezing cold beach with a horse and all of the judges were there and Elle was really helping us. It was SO weird because it was the final shot, all the judges were there, and it was just amazing. It was quite emotional but I just went into model mode and got on with it! It was an amazing day."