photo by Gian DiStefano

photo by Gian DiStefano

With her love for helping others, ever-so-relatable music, and bleach blonde wavy locks, New Jersey bred Carrie Lane was born to be in the spotlight. At the age of 18, Carrie became a double threat - she started to write her own songs and began her professional modeling career. After some experience, Carrie was signed to MSA Models, currently State Management, of New York and Los Angeles, where she landed many prestigious gigs, including a national campaigns for Target and JCPenney, in addition to modeling for prestigious brands such as Malia Mills and UNIQLO. Carrie, currently signed to Natural Models, has been a voice in the modeling industry, fighting for equal opportunity for curve models and shooting for brands with her insulin pump showing.

Carrie Lane was diagnosed with Type 1 Diabetes in 2002 and has been an advocate in her community ever since. She has continued to fight for equal opportunities for people with chronic illnesses in the work place and in every day life. Her mother has ridden 100 miles on her bike for JDRF for the last 9 years in support of the cause.

In 2016, Carrie Lane made the move to Los Angeles, where she finished writing and recording her debut EP, fittingly penned California Freaks, premiered by NYLON on June 23rd, 2017. The first single from the EP, "Drowning", was a hit on Spotify, landing on their coveted Today's Top Hits playlists. Her single "If I Can't Be With You" made it's debut on Forever21.com and her collab with Steam Phunk, "Hometown" made it to the Top 10 on the Viral Charts in Sweden. The dramatically-written love song also caught the attention of outlets like Galore Magazine, Zooey Deschanel's HelloGiggles, PopDust and Paste Magazine. It's no question that Carrie stands out as one of the most real, relatable pop singers, models, and health advocates in the business.