- Bryan Montañez is a model in Pagadian City who uses leaves of plants as his customized dresses in his photo
- The Queen of Nature used to be shy and changing his profile photo on Facebook led him to where he is now
- Netizens are stunned by his photos that he is starting to get noticed on social media
A rising talent broke the internet with his creative and unusual outfits from nature.
Bryan Montañez has begun to make a name for himself in the local limelight. This 20-year-old model from Pagadian City, Zamboanga del Sur has stunning photo
shoots where he wears customized outfits coming from leaves of plants like gabi, banana, coconut, papaya and so much more.
Adding to the unique design is his natural skill in portraying the dress which gives his photos more character coupled with the photographer’s excellent job in composition and capturing the perfect timing of the shot.
How about “flying up in the air” like a gymnast, dressed in coconut leaves and tossing a coconut fruit? Or “jumping out of the water” in a fiery face while holding a bunch of gabi leaves? He just proves to everyone that he is indeed the “Queen of Nature”.
Bryan, who also calls himself Queen Maureen, used to be shy and uninterested in social media. One day he decided to change his profile photo on Facebook with his own photo.
He said in an interview on Je Mai YouTube Channel that the photo was taken at a forest. The image went boom but he said there were many “haha” reactions yet there were also inspiring comments. That encouraged him to do more and show off his talent with the support of his family.
He is adored by netizens for he surprises them with the unthinkable concepts of his photo
“Excellent! Just wow! Indeed, geniuses can be found in the most unexpected place.”
“Salute to a highly creative and artistic passion to the model. Also, a big wow to the photographers for a marvelous capture.”
His photo album featured on the Sikat Facebook Page has reached 7.5k reactions, 1 K comments and 17k shares and still counting.
Can’t wait to see more of your photo
shoots, Bryan. Keep it up!