Georgia boy with Down Syndrome makes modeling debut

- The Georgia boy with Down Syndrome who we told you about in October landed his first campaign- and the photos are already out!

Asher  went viral after his mother campaigned for him to be represented as a child model. His mother, Meaghan Nash, said his photos were originally rejected by an advertising agency working a campaign for OshKosh B'Gosh.

The company apparently rejected the photos because they had not specified they were looking for a child model with special needs, which made Nash wonder if the company did not want a baby with Down syndrome altogether. 

But after landing a meeting with CEO of OshKosh, Asher's family got the incredible news that he had landed a campaign with the company. And you can tell from the photos, Asher was meant to be in front of the camera! 

 

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