What Allison Harvard Has Been Doing Since America's Next Top Model

Allison Harvard rose to fame on Cycle 12 of the modeling competition show, America's Next Top Model. It's been nearly a decade since the world was first introduced to the uber-talented model with the baby doll eyes. And while she's been in the spotlight here and there after placing second in the competition (Teyana Anderson won cycle 12), fans of the hit show are undoubtedly wondering what happened to Harvard, and what she's been up to since her season ended.

The Texas native returned to the small screen shortly after nabbing the Cycle 12 runner-up title as a contestant on Cycle 17 of America's Next Top Model All Stars. While she hoped to return to the competition and score the coveted title of ANTM winner, she was again named runner-up, losing the title to Cycle 5's Lisa D'Amato.

Harvard made one last appearance on the competition series in 2014, guest-starring in part one of the Season 21's finale (via IMDb).

Allison Harvard has been quite busy since her ANTM days

According to the model's Instagram bio, Allison Harvard is a casting producer for Wyldside Media, a media company that takes a "grassroots" approach to finding talent. The company is located in Burbank, California, just outside of Los Angeles. In addition to being a casting producer, Harvard also manages an Etsy shop where she sells custom, hand-painted goods and beautiful, original works of art. The model has also appeared in a few movies, including Insensate and Dangerous Words from the Fearless.

One scroll through her Instagram page will show you that Allison Harvard is still very involved in the fashion industry, as she regularly posts stunning pictures of shoots she's participated in. Harvard also spends a lot of time with her fiancé Jeremy Burke. The two seem like they're inseparable, and she often posts pictures of the two of them doing everything together, from hiking to dressing up in costumes.

From what we can tell, it seems as though Allison Harvard is truly enjoying life post-America's Next Top Model.