​International model based in Toronto with numerous contracts in Asia.

Industry Experience

*beauty
*high fashion
*editorial
*catalogues
*weddings (Wedluxe, Wedding Bells)
*runway (Toronto Fashion Week)
*hairshows (ABA Hair Show, Redken Exchange, L'Oreal, Joico)

Clients

Lacoste, Versace, Ed Hardy, New Balance, Mama & Bebe, Yves Rocher, Estee Lauder, Titika, UGGS, Esqido, Spareparts, VeneraSeta & more.


When I am not shooting on location, I am traveling to beautiful destinations around the world. 
Follow my adventures @anastasiamoss and on my blog here! 


Contact

anastasiamosss@gmail.com


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My Bali Adventure….where do I begin? It is definitely an experience that cannot be explained but experienced to be understood. My boyfriend and I spent our time in Kuta, Seminyak, Jimbaran Bay, Ubud, and Gili Trawangan.

In Kuta, beach hopping, party centric atmosphere, and surfing in the Indian Ocean is what we were up to. We walked through narrow roads by foot around town, but most of the time used a scooter. We visited popular spots like Kuta Beach, Vihara Dharmayana, Sky Garden Club, and Nalu Bowls.

Seminyak is a more luxurious area with high end hotels, over the top shopping and restaurants, and chic beach clubs with busy sunset scenes. This part of the trip was spending the day at beach lounges, sipping on expensive cocktails, and eating at some of the best hipster cafes. Some popular spots we went to: the W Hotel, Potato Head Beach Club, Single Fin, Café Organic, Shelter Café, and Crumb & Coaster.

South of Kuta is a popular fishing village called Jimbaran Bay that offers secluded areas of tranquility and peace. There is a strip of grilled seafood restaurants right on the beach and is a tourist draw in the evenings for stunning sunsets and fresh seafood. We dined at Menega Café and this romantic moment was perfect to end our day.

We hired a private driver to take us to Ubud where we would spend a couple of days exploring Bali’s cultural heart with our scooter. Eat, pray, love! This place left me visually overloaded as some of the views were the most beautiful I have ever seen. Ubud has so much to offer for anyone with its stunning rice fields, temples and shrines at every corner, tropical jungles overlooking infinity pools, hipster vegan cafes, yoga barns, and spiritual healing. This magical place is a must for anyone visiting Bali. Some of the popular places we visited are the Sacred Monkey Forest Sanctuary, Tegallalang Rice Fields, Jungle Fish Resort and Spa, water rafting @ Ayung River. Great food can be found @ Fair Warung Bale, Watercress, and Casa Luna.

The last few days were spent at Kaleydo Villas on the paradise island of Gili T. The lovely villa staff made our stay perfect. From the delicious breakfast that was served on our wooden chalet patio, to the late night cocktails in our private pool, and the free bikes, it made our experience worthwhile. Gili T is a small island surrounded by corals, crystal clear white sand beaches, and fascinating underwater life. It is the perfect place to go diving (Blue Marlin), snorkeling, cycling the island, sunset watching, and visiting the night market. Every day was complete with the most stunning sunset that was witnessed on the other side of the island, either at Exile Bar or Pearl Beach Lounge. Great food can be found @ Scallywags, Kayu Café, and Pituq Café.

The thing I love the most about Bali is that it offers something for everyone and it is a reminder of how important positivity is in life :)

Thanks for reading & let's talk soon ;)

- Ana, xoxo


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​Hawaii - an isolated volcanic archipelago in the Central Pacific aka a beautiful tropical escape!

Beautiful sandy beaches, amazing jungles, breathtaking viewpoints and hikes, monstrous waterfalls, gorgeous diving spots, and world class surfing + fresh healthy food, acai bowls, poke, seafood...

Every day in Oahu was different, there is so much to see and do. 


​​Diamond Head
and Kokohead Crater hike - Kiiller workouts, any hike in Oahu left you with killer ocean views

Manoa Falls - Jurassic park, you can go swimming here

Pearl Harbor + USS Memorial - Top attraction, go early in the morning (6 am if you're a trooper), they only have a select # of tickets available daily

The Dole Pineapple Plantation - V cute, mini village that not only had the pineapple plantation, but coffee beans, cocoa & more. There is a mini train that you ride, explaining the history behind the whole place, etc. The store offered many pineapple flavored treats (you have to try the pineapple ice-cream float) and even had live demonstrations on how to properly cut a pineapple (i still don't know how).

Hanauma Bay - Famous snorkeling spot on the island, best time to see marine life is 8 am, crystal clear waters, bring a go-pro.

Polynesian Cultural Center - Theme park and living museum, 6 authentic Polynesian villages each one having its own cultural demonstrations and performers, depending on your ticket; buffet dinner is included + an exciting evening theater show

Kualoa Ranch - Private nature reserve where tons of movies are filmed (Jurassic Park, Godzilla, Skull Island & more). Hop on & off tour bus showed us different movie sets, and @ that time, there was a movie being filmed.

Beach hopping:

Lanikai Beach
Waikiki Beach
Kailua Beach
Eternity Beach
Makapu’u Tidepools
Waimea Bay (cliff jumping)
North Shore beaches (pro-surfers)
Banzai Pipeline (surfing competitions)

Shark diving - BEST experience! book with North Shore Shark Adventures

*Rental Car - There is nothing to do here without a car, most tourist spots are far apart from each other, public transport is non-existant, you can explore the entire Oahu island with a car

*Airbnb - Hotels tend to be on the pricier side, our airbnb hosts made our trip 10 x better; super friendly, informative & made us delicious Hawaiian breakfasts


Thank you & if you have any questions, feel free to ask me!

- Ana, xoxo


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Ever since many Instagram photos, my eyes have been locked on Greece, specifically Santorini. I knew I had to visit this place and experience it myself. Its' white landscapes, breath taking views, and awe dropping sunsets, this month my dream became a reality. I jetted off to this country for 2 weeks and I must say, I could not believe I was finally going, it did not feel real to me.

From the moment I woke up and took in the view from my terrace, I knew this island would be my home away from home. If you decide to visit this unbelievable island of Santorini, I put together a list of some of the best places to check out.

Oia Village - Sunsets, luxury hotels, picturesque views, charming white houses, narrow cobblestone streets, blue domed churches, sunbathed verandas. Lots of scenic restaurants, cafes, taverns, and shops.

Amoudi Bay - Climb down 300 steps or take a donkey and you will come upon many small boats that can take you to the island of Thirassia, but down here exist the freshest seafood restaurants.

Thea Apartments - On the hills of the most privileged spot on the island, refurbished with contemporary style suites containing traditional handcrafted pieces of art. It captured my heart and made me fully embrace that hedonistic holiday vibe that takes on a new meaning when visiting Santorini. Enjoying a full service Instagrammable breakfast in the golden hours of the morning, overlooking the most stunning views that it was so hard to process that I actually sat there, experiencing it for myself. Thea has a panoramic pool with views over the caldera and the volcano and my suite contained a jacuzzi which helped witness the most famous sunsets from.

Skaros Rock - The most important attraction in Imerovigli and we woke up looking at it each day. The trail to the rock is perfect for a great climb, with natural terrace and magnificent views of the caldera and the surrounding crystal clear waters. At the top of the rock, you get unobstructed 360 panoramic views of the entire caldera.

Best Santorini Restaurants - Any restaurant will offer you the most succulent gourmet cuisine while drinking in stunning scenery that surrounds you with to die for views. Some good restaurants include Thalami, Ambrosia, Argo, and Fanari.


​Thanks for reading & if you have any questions, leave a comment below! ;)

- Ana, xoxo

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