Marisa Papen is a Belgian model, known for nude poses doing photoshoots in religious, controversial locations such as; temples, etc. She often faces extreme outrage and wrath from people for posing nude. Well, she describes her work as “a naked form of freedom” where masks are torn off & thrown in the ocean.
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Marisa Papen
Her birth & education
She was born on 30th April 1992, Limburg, raised and grew up in Belgian with her family. After completing her elementary and high school studies, she did a Masters in Marketing. Afterward, she started her career as a model.
Her career beginning
In 2015, she started her career as a model and was photographed for Playboy in Germany (2017), Portugal, (2016), and others.
She describes herself as
Marisa Papen is the media sensation who earned popularity for her nude modeling photos. The Belgian beauty describes herself as a ‘free-spirited, wild-hearted expressionist’ who loves nature.
In 2016, she designed her own calendar and titled “Plastic Sushi”, which was based on the plastic problem in the ocean. The project proceeds go towards Mission Blue, an initiative of the Sylvia Earle Alliance. Later, she created another calendar and titled “Planet Plastic that dealt with the same issue.
She is a great director
Her skills are not just confined to modeling, but she is known for amazing directing skills as well. Marisa Papen directed a film titled “A new Religion called LOVE”.
She has an impressive fan base
Marisa Papen is very active on all her social media accounts, particularly on Instagram where she has a huge fan following with whom she shared her stunning photos.
She often lands in a fire of extreme criticism as she was arrested for doing a nude photoshoot in a temple of Egypt. In 2017, she had caught nude while doing a photoshoot in Luxor Temple where she arrested by local police.
Rose to fame
She earned a lot of fame and popularity after posting a photo of herself, taken from the rooftop of the building, located in Israel city. It was the time when she went there for the three-day holiday to see the Dead-Sea, Jerusalem, and Tel Aviv.