23 year-old London girl, Billie JD Porter has already amassed an impressive career online, in print and on television.
She left her mark on NME, Vice and Dazed and Confused with her wry interview style and immersive approach, often turning up for a 10 minute Q+A with a band, only to end up spending weeks on the road with them. French style bible Jalouse have since made her a regular face in the magazine, thrusting her into the world of modelling where she has since posed for the likes of Louis Vuitton and Levi's. A regular DJ and attendee of fashion events, Billie is known for her unique sense of style.
As a talented film maker, Billie has directed and presented a documentary on the cult of celebrity for Vice Television and was the star of Channel 4's hit show The Joy Of Teen Sex, acting as a roving reporter. Billie also co-presented the Channel 4 TX Pilot, Smells Like Friday Night alongside Rizzle Kicks and Rob Beckett. In 2013 she presented Secrets of South America, a three-part BBC3 documentary series examining attitudes to sex, money and beauty, and fronted the BBC3 documentary Prostitution: What’s the Harm.
Billie's most recent venture is a new three-part documentary series, Secrets of China, in which she finds out what it's really like to grow up in the country with the highest population on Earth.