Shelly d-Inferno

About Shelly d-Inferno

Shelly d’Inferno is a tattooed model, performer, fashion designer, make-up artist and photographer. She has been involved in the alternative scene since many years back, and has graced the covers of several international magazines such as Bizarre Magazine, Skin Deep, Tattoo Italia and Advanced Photographer.
During early teens she experimented with photoshooting and discovered her passion for modeling, photography and styling, which she took on as a career after moving to London in 2009.

Alongside the already mentioned trades Shelly also designs and runs her own clothing company Heavenly Inferno, that focuses on recycling used material for new creations. Having made clothes since 15 years old, she also has a 3 year degree in fashion design. Heavenly Inferno was established just before she moved to London, the brand creates anything from punkrock streetwear, custom made stage-wear and creative costumes.

In 2013 Shelly was part of founding a new fire-group called Pyrohex and took on yet another profession as a fire performer. She practices the arts of poi, fire eating/breathing/body burning, double staffs, sai blades and angle grinding. Pyrohex have already performed at UK and France’s biggest metal festivals Download and Hellfest, along with many other events and venues.

As a woman of many trades Shelly tends to be drawn towards very creative and versatile styles, which we can see by not only viewing her modeling portfolio, but her own photography and makeup looks. Quoting her own words Shelly explains she could never be stuck in one genre and that she knows herself as a bit of a shape-shifting wild-child who sees beauty in a lot of things.
(Written by Lolo Applet)


-Winner of yearly modeling contest 2010 
-Cover model for Lloyd’s – Living the Dream #29, 2012
-Cover model for Bizarre Magazine #197, 2012
-Cover model for Terrorizer Magazine’s Fear Candy CD
-Cover model for Skin Deep Magazine #221, 2013
-Cover model for Ink Fetish Magazine #1, 2013
-Cover model for Advanced Photographer #39, 2013
-Cover model for Inky Hot Magazine #6, 2014
-Cover model for Teen Spirit Magazine #19, 2014
-Cover model for Rebelicious Magazine #23, 2014
-Cover model for Tattoo Italia #44, 2014
-Cover model for Necro Girls #7, 2014
-Cover model for TRASH Magazine #1, 2014
-Cover model for Gothesque #16, 2014
-Cover model for Gothesque #17, 2014
-Cover model for Bedeseme #41, 2014
-Cover model for Gorgeous Freaks #33, 2014
-Cover model for Tatouage Magazine #101, 2014
-Cover model for Renegade Magazine #26, 2014
-Cover model for Twisted Edge #15, 2014
-Cover model for Spiral Direct A/W catalogue, 2014
-Cover model for Tattoo Kultur #11.1, 2015
-Cover model for Tattoo Kultur #11.2, 2015
-Cover model for Skin Shots #97, 2015



Taking worldwide bookings for fire performances, dancing, acting, fashion shows & DJ-ing. Fire skills: Poi, sai daggers, double staff, fans,breathing & eating, body burning, clubs, gloves, horns, double booms, chains.

Group fire performances – Pyrohex

Pyrohex are a fire based performance group in London,UK. They also Aerial hoop,grind & use pyrotechnics. 

From left: Sununu Hernandez, Gem Dee, Shelly d’InfernoKatherine SuicideČervená Fox & Dani Divine

Scott Chalmers Photography

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Booking and contact info Shelly d-Inferno

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Model: Shelly d-Inferno & Pyrohex

Article by: Gianni Dee


J. Isobel De Lisle photography

4 thoughts on “Shelly d-Inferno

  1. You are beautiful and I as a woman have several tattoos but would love hundreds more. I think they are sexy as hell and coming from a small town with “that” mentality I’d love to see allthe heads snapping around as you walked by. Could hear those vertebrae just crack crack crackin.I would be smiling and loving it and laughing at the poor creatures

  2. you didn’t mean to do that…). And now you have to overcome more reasntisce when persuading others… be more careful when picking jobs in the future! When criticizing the teenage model, focus more on the implications, like how it affects the society and the next generation, and your advice to them. I think you sound really negative. and minimize the foul language in your radio show too!! i was shocked when i heared that.i support you and i hope that you have a bright future!

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