is an fine art model and actress best known for her work with photographer David LaChapelle.
She attended the University of Southern
California’s Writing for Screen and Television BFA program and spent three years working for Dan O’Shannon (CBS Television.) She is a trained pole dancer with Sheila Kelley S Factor, a columnist for Bad Kitty Pole
Fitness. Her image and quote open the viral documentary short film “Why I Dance” which has received over a million views and is featured on UpWorthy, BuzzFeed, Huffington Post, GQ, Vanity Fair Italia and many more.
LaChapelle's first photograph to include Johnson, The Deluge, was used on the cover of French art photography magazine Photo Magazine. Johnson also modeled for LaChapelle's fine art projects Auguries of Innocence, Bliss Amongst Chaos, Awakened, and The Raft—which was shot on location at LaChapelle's sustainable living ranch in Hana-Maui, Hawaii. LaChapelle cast Johnson as the star of his “anti-commercial” ten-minute long art film and international campaign for Swedish brand Happy Socks, Happy Accidents: The Exorsocks, and is seen on select bottles Castellare di Castellina red wine.
Johnson also was the model for photographer Brooke Shaden's "The Re-Imaging of Ophelia" series of images, one of which was used as cover art for Dot Hutchison's young adult novel "A Wounded Name." Johnson was a nominee for the Shorty Awards "Best Actress" 2014, and is a contributing author with CreativeLIVE. She plays Becky in 5-Second Films "Dude Bro Party Massacre III" which was called, "Extremely well-made. The film’s pacing, comedic timing, and sense of visual comedy are some of the best I’ve seen in a comedy this century." She volunteers her time and image with Pin-ups for Vets, a non-profit where models dress as World War II-style pin-up girls to raise funds for wounded veterans and deployed troops and dances professionally with Vaud and the Villains, The Dollface Dames, The Toledo Show, Workin' The Tease Burly, Peep Show Menagerie and Caberat Con-Sensual.