Enri Mato Are you ready to answer any questions or are you gonna hide your life?
I am ready to answer otherwise I would not have accepted this interview. So I’ll tell you everything!
What turns you on creatively, spiritually or emotionally?
I am very excited about my job. I am passionate about it. I have a girl boss spirit, I love challenges every day! I find the emotional side in my shoots (I am a model) because I have to look for my deep emotions to bring them out. I am sensitive to the different visual arts: photography, painting, video, sculpture … I need to nourish myself visually to remain imaginative, since I am evolving in an artistic profession. Fashion is a fabulous area to exacerbate your creative side! We can do anything, there are no limits with creativity!
Spiritual side … I am rather down to earth!
What turns you off?
I have a very stubborn character! So it takes a lot to discourage me! I will say these are the naysayers, but in reality they piss me off more than they discourage me.
What is your favorite virtue?
Listening. Knowing how to put yourself in the other’s shoes, just for a few moments, even if you don’t share your point of view. It allows you to see situations from a different perspective, although that doesn’t excuse everything.
What do you think about Instagram?
It is a wonderful professional tool, which I use daily. I publish my professional photos and share “lifestyle” moments in stories. I also collaborate with different brands. Instagram gives me visibility and opportunities
Virtual or reality?
A fine mix of both! I widely publicize my image and my various professional or leisure activities in a personal setting, to share these moments with my community. Even though I share a lot of my daily life, I don’t exhibit everything, I keep moments for myself, with my loved ones, that I don’t show. When you have an image job or with daily public relations it is very important to have a good relationship with your community, while preserving yourself and keeping a real private reality. I think that’s the perfect balance!
Confess something which, if you reveal, would hurt someone?
I am very frank in my relationships, whatever they may be, sometimes even a little too much! However, I try to remain diplomatic under all circumstances so as not to hurt people! I would never tell someone in a blunt way that they are stupid, uneducated or uninteresting, that would be gratuitous meanness; even if that is sometimes the truth or that I think it very strongly!
What do you do for a living?
I am a professional model in an agency, my job fascinates me, I love fashion and photography, modeling combines its two arts. I am also a Press web columnist for the magazine L’atelier des Hommes, where I write a weekly column on seduction. I will soon have a second bi-monthly column, in co-writing on young parents. I am the mother of a four year old boy with whom I share a lot of time and with whom I am very close!
Would you go to a nude beach?
No, I’m very comfortable with my body but I don’t want to see lots of other naked people around me! Isn’t that kind of beach weird?
What kind of underwear do u wear most?
This is an intimate question! I promised to answer all the questions so: tangas!
If you had to pick, would you be a dominatrix or a submissive?
Without hesitation: dominatrix! I am a strong personality, I love making decisions. I am a free woman so I can’t imagine myself submissive for a second!
Do you have any relationship at the moment?
How do you want your future husband to be like?
I can’t imagine that! First of all, I don’t think you have to get married to be happy as a couple, to have a child or to live together. I don’t prefer to imagine my future husband or have specific criteria for my choice, I let fate surprise me.
What are the situations that make you angry?
I am not a very calm person, I admit I get angry easily, especially when I am facing a person who is professionally incompetent. I can’t stand people who slow me down in the way I work or waste my time!
Sex for you in 2020?
Not just in 2020! Also in 2021 and all the years after! Ahaha!
Are you ready to fight for a cause, which one?
Yes. I lost my first son Henri-Jorish (Adonis’ big brother, my second son) at the end of my pregnancy. At the time, I was very poorly supported in this ordeal. The medical profession is poorly trained to deal with the psychological suffering of mothers. Fortunately, this has changed a bit since then but the majority of people do not consider their children because the death of a child at birth remains a taboo subject, we hear things wrong on the right or indecent about this brief I think that if I I had to support a cause that will be an association that helps parents of children who die “in utero” or in the first days of life! Mentalities must change on this subject! We must make things happen!
Are you happy today?
Yes I am happy. Like everyone else, everything is not rosy every day, but I have a job that fascinates me, golden friends, great loved ones and a little boy who fills me with happiness. I have everything to be happy, I hope this will continue!
What you can say to your followers?
I have a community that is growing every day, I am still positively surprised and happy about it. I thank them for following me, sometimes for some, for a long time! A big thank you to them, from the bottom of my heart!
Enri Mato is an architect and photographer born in 1986 in an artist family. His father was a sculptor and his mother was a restorative, who worked in the Louvre Museum. He grew up in Tirana, Albania where he discovered his interest in photography and art at an early age. In 2005 Enri moved to Paris to study Photography and Architecture. He later pursued masters dergree in Urban Design between Geneva and Tirana. He graduated with a research project called Remembrance. Through his thriving business Enri had the opportunity to travel the world to share his vision and experiences with an international audience.