I began developing promotional model portfolios in about 2010. I joined modelling workshops as was part of styling and clothing selection, providing advice to make-up artists and hair stylists.
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Because of my experience in modelling workshops, I understand what’s required to produce promotional model portfolios. I’m able to style the complete shoot – the model just has to turn up. With a mood board as our guide, I can organise a quality make-up artist, hair stylist, and fashion stylist. OR, if the model wants to organise all that, I’m flexible.
I thoroughly enjoy planning the shoot with the model. Discussing the style of the shots she wants helps guide how the shoot will come together. We discuss the location, time of day for great lighting and accessibility, hair styling, make-up styling and outfits.
I give the option of providing outfits and props to my model customers.
And this can often add great value to the shoot. The model can get even more exposure on the clothing company’s social channels. Some well known models have got great exposure this way and it strengthens the models professional credentials.
If the model want a car to pose with, I can arrange some great options. cars can sometimes limit the location we shoot in, but I’ll work to slot in the most appropriate shot to do the shoot.
I’m able to source any car my model wants, and I’m constantly scouting for new locations to make great promotional model portfolios.
I’ve organised shoots in some great locations, such as Sydney Motorsport Park while the world famous World Time Attack Challenge took place, and Melbourne’s Southbank – that really stopped the traffic! my work has been published in magazines around the world, notably America, and this gives the model exposure to a great wide audience.