Hello there! My name is Christina Lynn, but I’m also known as Peaches or T-Town Peach!
I was born and raised here in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Pretty much for my entire life, I’ve always wanted to be a model, but my family would not allow it. I had a child at the age of 15, and got married when I was 16, and somehow lost track of my dreams and modeling aspirations along the way. Finally at the age of 27, I decided to go against my family’s wishes, and follow my dreams and get into the modeling industry before I felt it was too late!
Since then, I’ve worked with many great local photographers, including Joseph Garza, Chuck Majors, Bill Richards, and of course, Lee Baxley, who did the shoot featured here. I’ve learned a lot and had a lot of fun! Primarily now I am focused on promotional and print work. I have been featured in 5 different calendars, been on the cover and centerfold of a print magazine, and I’m excited to be featured in Glass Hat Magazine as well! I’ve been a guest at private parties at the Playboy Mansion, I’ve been a showgirl, do promotional modeling, and I’m a Twin Peaks girl here in Tulsa!
At one of my craziest shoots, I did a photo shoot on top of a building while it was lightning and I was holding a big gun. It may have been a scary experience, but we got some great images out of it!
The shoot I did for GHM was pitched to me by Lee last year actually. He said he had seen the music video for Carly Rae Jepsen’s “Call Me Maybe” and thought the car wash scene would be really hot. He asked around for people and I said I’d love to do it, but for whatever reason, we never did it last year. Then he contacted me again this year and said “Hey, remember that shoot idea? Let’s do it!!” So we finally got together and did the shoot. It was funny because, due to the somewhat risqué nature, Lee and Kimmy (Lee’s partner/assistant) set up a backdrop to block anyone from seeing up the driveway. A couple of times, it blew over, once almost beaning Lee in the head! But he came away unscathed, we got some great images, and we all had a blast!
Edited by J.Mann
Photographer By Lee Baxley