Bre Scullark

Entrepreneur, Model, Speaker and Actress Bre Scullark is most commonly known for her appearance on America’s Next Top Model Cycle 5 as the outspoken and confident young woman from Harlem, New York. After finishing the show at a strong third place, Bre went on to correspond for the Tyra Banks Show and BET Networks before becoming an official model with FORD MODELS MANAGEMENT. While with FORD, Bre landed national and international campaigns including but not limited to Garnier Fructis (HerbaShine), Pantene ProV, Ambi Skincare and Dove Chocolate. In 2011, Bre returned to television for America’s Next Top Model, All Stars. After completing the competition, Bre was given the opportunity to become a reoccurring guest star on Tyler Perry’s sitcom “For Better or Worse”.

Throughout the next few years, Bre made the transition from New York City to Los Angeles. She began to embark on a life-changing journey of self-awareness. Although Bre’s career began in the spotlight of the entertainment industry, her desires and passions started to shift towards promoting a life centered on peace and spiritual growth.

In 2013, Bre founded her first company; a collection of hand poured scented soy candles, which she coyly named BrVelle, a mixture of her first and middle name. BrVelle’s mission is to promote a handcrafted experience curated with love for its consumer; hopefully evoking positive affirmations, emotions and above all, peace.

Extending her brand, Bre is a 200hr RYT instructor of Vinyasa Flow technique instructor through Pure Yoga East, Equinox, CPR certified and trained in Yoga for Trauma. Bre has channeled her own need for peace and spiritual connection into a contributive practice for students alike. Bre passionately shares her practice through Liberation Prison Yoga, a non-for profit organization that provides yoga for women, men, youth and officers affected by the prison system. Bre currently instructs yoga sessions for the female inmates of Riker’s Island and the Correctional Officers of Manhattan Detention Complex.

Bre spreads her practice outside of correctional facilities in a peace workshop she created titled “Urban Peace Squad”. Urban Peace Squad is a donation based yoga/meditation and open discussion workshop focused on trauma integrated environments. The peace workshop offers fellowship; realistic tools and resources practitioners can apply to their own personal practice.

Today, Bre offers her experience, strength and hope in various seminars and workshops to help men, women and adolescences begin to heal, forgive and love wholeheartedly.

Bre resides in both Los Angeles and New York with her dogs Poppa and Dexter.