by Steve Anderson
Kerry Degman (born October 4, 1988) went from small town boy to big time model. He was a two year undefeated wrestler in high school and a college baseball player. He was recruited to play college baseball, and while a knee injury might have halted a career in sports, it helped motivate him to get into modeling. Photographer Bruce Weber shot the athletically built skater boy and turned him into a much sought after Abercrombie & Fitch model. He appeared on the cover of Out magazine and soon, photographers such as Alasdair McLellan, Milan Vukmirovic and Steven Klein all wanted to shoot the Oregon born native. Kerry became the face of Ralph Lauren Rugby, Armani Exchange and Y-3. He shot with two iconic supermodels, Kate Moss and Lara Stone, for Just Cavalli and DSquared2, respectively. Kerry has walked for Givenchy and appeared in Arena Homme+, L’Officiel Hommes, GQ Style and Vogue Hommes Japan.
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