Heather is 6 feet tall.
Heather had her hair trimmed and also had chestnut brown highlights added as part of her makeover on America's next Top Model cycle 9.
Heather appeared in the bottom two twice on America's Next Top Model cycle 9. In episode 10, and again for her own elimination in episode 11.
Heather's favourite hobby is playing video games.
Heather was roommates with Janet, who also made it as one of the 13 finalists, during the semi finals on the cruise ship in the Carribean on America's Next Top Model cycle 9.
Heather has stated that she was closest to Victoria, Sarah and Janet during America's Next Top Model cycle 9. She was also friends with Biance but feels like they 'bickered like old women'.
Heather won 'Covergirl of the week' nine times during America's Next Top Model cycle 9. And is the only girl to ever win the week after she was eliminated.
Heather's father passed away when she was a teenager.
Heather is a Game Art Design major.
Heather came in fifth place on America's Next Top Model cycle 9.
Heather won the challenge in episode 6 of America's Next Top Model cycle 9. She won the chance to be featured in an ad campaign for 'Carol's Daughter'. The photoshoot was directed by Mary J. Blige.
Heather was one of the two girls chosen to be featured heavily in the music video they performed in on America's Next Top Model, Enrique Iglesias "Tired of Being Sorry."
In week 5, Heather is criticized for all her photo's being all in profile, so in week 6, she does her photoshoot all face-on, which leads to her being in the top of the pack again that week.
In the first elimination, Heather was called first, as the judges felt her photo was the best.
Heather was 21 years old at the time of filming of America's Next Top Model cycle 9.
Heather was the twelfth girl called during the semi-finals of America's Next Top Model cycle 9.
Heather suffers from Asperger syndrome, a form of Autism. It makes it difficult for her to function in social situations. She was diagnosed with it when she was fifteen.
Heather: I have a tendency of being very nit-picky and being a perfectionist when it comes to my art. So ... It takes a long time for me to do any drawings or anything like that.
Heather: I didn't date period when I was a teenager. Period. No dating.
Heather: I want to keep on modeling. I actually do love it. I've had the most fun on this show. So I'm going to keep on pursuing it. I'm going to still do my art but I'm going to do modeling as well because I consider it as a form of art.
Heather: It's just great to hear how I'm affecting other people because honestly, I was going on the show just to bring awareness of Asperger's but didn't know how much it was going to affect people.
Heather: The real problem I had as a child was the fact that I didn't have that many friends. They really had a hard time understanding me. I mean, I was wired differently.