Male modelling has grown massively over the last few years and there are numerous areas to explore depending on your look. Male models with a slimmer build and a sharper look tend to gain success in high-fashion genres such as editorial, catwalk and designer. It’s important for all models to look after themselves; however, male models that have a muscular build are often perfect for fitness, health magazines, swimwear and underwear modelling. Catalogue and commercial modelling are always looking for male models with the boy-next-door look.
Wayne Anthony’s knows it can be difficult when starting out to decide where to focus your efforts. We can help you determine what genre your look is best suited to and which agencies to approach. We can advise and guide you through the first steps of your career to help you realise your dreams. We boasts a talented team with years of industry experience that are always on hand to help establish you in the world of modelling. We feel that it’s important for aspiring models to understand that a successful modelling career takes hard work and persistence. It’s vital when starting out to have an enthusiastic and confident attitude. As a new model, you have to stand out from the crowd – a versatile and professional portfolio is vital for this. It’s important for casting directors to be able to see your skills and diversity in your look. Wayne Anthony’s can help advise you on the right portfolio for your look, as well as guide you on posture, posing ,professional Hair done buy the British Champion Wayne Anthony, which agencies to approach and how to approach them, and how to build up a network of contacts.
As a male model will be required to wear some make up in photo shoots. This will be to even out your skin tone, cover any blemishes and accentuate your best features. Whilst this may be a new experience for you, you must be willing to co operate with the stylists and creative directors and wear exactly what they want you to because after all you are helping create their vision and in turn selling their clothes or products. A good attitude is vital.
Different areas in the industry will look for different things; you want a diverse portfolio suited to as many people’s tastes as possible – not just yours! It will normally follow that the better quality and adaptable a portfolio is, the more jobs a model should be offered and, therefore, the more lucrative the assignments will be. Substandard and unprofessional photos will not do.
Wayne Anthony’s BIO
Wayne a Bradford born business entrepreneur was successful in building a reputation for excellence, he was quickly able to apply his core skills of creative artistic flair, establishing a successful hairdressing business He was successful at that time in winning the British Championships and went on to win 40 further awards nationally. After spending several years training his own stylists he spent four years as a lecturer to 400 pupils at Bradford and Barnsley Colleges, teaching level 1, 2, and 3 advanced. Wayne was the winner of the Yorkshire Business Award and became an ambassador for start up projects. Wayne’s success continue into opening others salons in Halifax, York and Bradford, employing 78 staff in total Wayne had a life time ambition to become a Stand up comedian on the mic nights comedy clubs which lead him on to presenting for a Global online entertainment TV channel UNSEEN TV based in Australia and now here in the UK. Wayne liked the Company that much he bought it. Unseen TV is an online television station broadcasting lifestyle, commercial and entertainment. Wayne Anthony now wants to make films, with his incredible flair and tenacity, determination and a good eye for all of the above, we know Wayne WILL DO IT!
Alan Carmichael BIO
Alan Carmichael studied at the University of Bradford graduating with a BA (hons) First Class degree in Photography for Digital Media. A member of the Royal Photographic Society, accredited with the society’s Licentiateship award. Alan is also an accredited press photographer with the Chartered Institute of Journalists, he has contributed to a number of print and online publications in both the UK and Switzerland, including Swiss News, Attika, the Wharfedale Observer and Unternehmer Zeitung – where one of his photographs also featured on the front page. Besides his media and public relations work, Alan is also a passionate landscape and portrait photographer.