Nigel Barker of America's Next Top Model

He's hot, he's talented, he's famous, he's a father and husband – this guy has it all. His day job? Taking pictures of beautiful women, judging for America's Next Top Model, and now he's queued up to judge the Miss America pageant!

Nigel Barker has the most beautiful women in America and the world coming to him and fighting for his approval. Not a bad gig.

He began his career as a male model in England – not hard to believe – moving quickly to international stature working for giants like Giorgio Armani, Valentino, Kenzo, Donna Karan, and Ralph Lauren.

With a full-fledged career in modeling under his belt, Nigel switched to the other side of the lens and by 1998 had opened his own photo studio in Manhattan, New York dubbed Studio NB – for obvious reasons. Quite the trend-setter indeed, is our young Mr. Barker; now famous fashion photographer.

Not to be outdone in the romantic circuit, Nigel met his future wife, both formerly of Q Model Management, through a mutual friend in the business. Nigel, however, did not immediately snare the beautiful Cristen Chin and proceeded to woo for a full 2 months before she agreed to be his girlfriend. Our Nigel followed his love from England to Paris, from Paris to New York, and they were wed in Alabama in 2001. Obviously, Nigel is a man who goes for what he wants... and gets it.

Sri Lankan, Irish, British, and Portuguese men have my vote for the most dashing alive. Nigel's core business Studio NB services clients as posh as GQ, Interview, Paper, Lucky, and People. And why not delve in to the chic ad industry winning brands like Beefeater Gin, Sean John, Pierre Cardin, Nicole Miller, and Frederick's of Hollywood to name a few.

When business intelligence meets undeniable fashion prowess, you get Nigel Barker.

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