First appearing in Low Rider Girls, Jeanne has gone on to appear in Super Street Bike, Super Street and Import Tuner. The latter got a chance to interview her for their last shoot and asked her about her laid-back attitude and easygoing approach to modeling.
(The crew) were all, Is she stoned or what? But that's just the way I am. I was feeling pretty chill that day, she said, I used to want to be an actress, but modeling definitely helped clear that up.
Her path to modeling was roundabout to say the least and was completely digital. She says that she was discovered through her Myspace account when a photographer saw some of the profile pictures she or her friends had taken and asked if he could shoot her.
I figured, 'Why not?' and posted those up, got more shoots, and just kept networking, she told Import Tuner.
Besides car mags Jeanne also has been making the rounds online being featured on the video game sites UGO and IGN. For UGO she was featured in their swimsuit edition and for its parent website IGN Jeanne is regularly featured in their Babeology spreads, in which she dons outfits and cosplay in relation to the weeks hottest releases and events.
Jeanne told Import Tuner that she was the ugly duckling growing up, saying, I never really wanted to be a model. I always had a dream to shoot for Playboy, because my girlfriends and I used to sneak a peek at my dad's issues when we were little and think about how pretty all the girls. (Import Tuner)
Becoming a playmate is still one of her professional aspirations but in the meantime shes been a model for two skateboard designs by the SK8 Mafia that are sold worldwide and is a video vixen for some of raps most popular acts like Rick Ross, Snoop Dog, Xzibit and Marquise Houston.
With such a busy work schedule and diverse portfolio over her 5-year career Jeanne has managed to turn modeling into her full-time gig. She pays her bills with money made only from modeling and with no loss of momentum or looks she should be blowing up very soon.