by: Bryant “B-Boy” Worthing @bboyworthing | Model: Felicia Luv @Felicia_Luv

After growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Felicia Luv was supposed to move to Los Angeles for college, but instead she stayed closer to home to go to West Virginia University to study Broadcasting which eventually led her to a career in Los Angeles that included modeling and acting. Moving from the East Coast out West is a dream for many, Felicia made it happen and has stayed in Southern California building her a solid resume ever since.


“I’ve always wanted to move to LA, but honestly I had a blast at WVU studying Broadcasting which opened up a lot of doors for me,” Felicia said.

Since 2009 Felicia has been in a ton of music videos such as “Strip” with Chris Brown, “RIP” by Young Jeezy and “Solo Vinea Despedirme” by latin artist Geraldo Ortiz which generated over 17 million views alone as she played the lead video vixen. On the modeling tip Felicia has shot with several publications and acting roles while working with a commercial agent. Felicia has done an American Idol commercial, a skit for the Wayans Brothers and has an indie film coming out later this year, needless to say her move to LA has paid off keeping her resume extremely diverse. She is a blend of Greek and Italian with gorgeous eyes and has a natural knack for being in front of the camera.


Outside of the acting and modeling Felicia spends her free time being creative with sewing and making costumes which she says is one of her favorite pastimes and her FLVR is fire! When she was young she used to sit with her mom at the nail salon and would do her own nails with different colors and decorations, thats when her love for creativeness was born.

“I’ve always loved to be creative with arts and crafts,” explained Felicia. “I make custom tribal headwear now, one year I wanted to be a peacock so I made it, now I do costumes for other people including for events like EDC. Its fun to create.”