ABOUT THE OWNER
Troy Michael Wuyts-Smith
Troy Wuyts-Smith, better known as "Troy Michael," has been active in the pageant industry for 10 years.
He holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science and English from Saint Vincent College in Latrobe, Pennsylvania. After graduating from college in 2009, Troy moved to NYC where he signed with JB Talent Management as a music artist and model.
As a professional stylist, Troy has hand-selected the wardrobe for many pageant title-holders and models. He works closely with well-known pageant boutiques and prominent fashion designers to enhance the wardrobe for his clients.
Over the years, Troy has assisted clients competing in various pageant systems including National American Miss (NAM), Miss USA / Miss Teen USA, Miss America, Miss World, Mr. Gay World, Mr. USA, etc. He is the only pageant coach who actively promotes representing both men and women in pageantry. Although not as popular, there are several male pageants worldwide which Troy has experience both coaching and competing!
Furthermore, Troy is no stranger to pageantry himself. In fact, he has competed on the world level twice. Most notably, in 2015 Troy captured the title of "Mr. Gay Iceland" and moved on to the 2015 "Mr. Gay World" competition in South Africa. Placing the top 5 in the world, Troy has garnered first-hand experience understanding how to succeed at the highest level of pageantry.
Currently, Troy resides in Juneau, Alaska! However, he does accept clients worldwide! He has been touted by many as one of the best in the pageant industry!
WHO WE REPRESENT
We are proud to represent a variety of clients: women, men, transgender, and drag queens. Male pageantry is on the rise in the United States, and we are happy to represent men in various different pageant systems. Also, we take pride in encouraging transgender women to compete and maximize their true potential. Transgender women, as well as Drag Queens, are beautiful, intelligent, and we are so proud to be a LGBTQ friendly business who actively promotes and represents the community.