BioShe got her start as a dancer at 18-years-old in some of Australia's biggest nightclubs until she spontaneously chose to enter modeling and Glamour contests.
Woodford has appeared in the Australian editions of FHM, Ralph and Zoo, and Gold Coast Magazine. She was also chosen for the international version of Playboy USA, November, 2009 edition. She's also appeared on Fashion TV and in print campaigns for Century car batteries. (Facebook.com)
Her look is exactly what comes to mind when imagining a models from Down Under: blonde, tall, athletic, and all around drop dead gorgeous. She was born and bred in the Gold Coast and told Playboy, "Gold Coast girls are sexy, we're tan from all the time we spend on the beach." (Playboys.com)
When asked about her favorites styles of beach where she said, "All of my Bikinis are Brazilian bums and tiny tops."
Her accomplishments in the Australian modeling scene include being named the Top Model of the Year 2009, Lingerie Model of the Year 2009, placing 3rd in Zoo Weekly Swimsuit Model of the year, and Top 5 for Miss Hawaiian Tropics. (Transformationinc.com.au)
Like many up-and-coming models, Woodford does her own hair and makeup for most of her shoots actually runs her own salon out of her home in Gold Coast.
When not modeling, Woodford does make-up and hair extensions based out of her home after enrolling in classes at the Napoleon Perdis Makeup Academy. She also was a manager at Napoleon Perdis cosmetics store. (TeganWoodford.com.au)
Despite her main focus being styling these days she is still open to modeling, just not TFP (Time for Print). Sorry, aspiring Aussie photographers.