Being asked to spend the day exploring new interactive games on an Ipad is what most kids dream of…….
That’s just what the Models Direct team asked our junior models Zane, India and Jacob to do when they were successfully selected to feature in the new commercial for Pukka Pads!
The final commercial is now live and the Models Direct team couldn’t be more excited for the models that took part in such an exciting opportunity – here is what they had to say about their first filming experience!
Models Direct represent female models of all shapes, sizes and looks. Our clients have a ceaseless demand for female models from all different modelling categories.
Here are just a few of our female models who have recently been successfully promoted for work with Models Direct – hear what they have to say about their assignment experiences!
“Hello. I’m Shobha. I’d like to tell you about a really good experience I’ve had with Models Direct. I had all the information, on time from Marie. I was able to attend the venue. The client was quite happy I wore a hearing aid, no difficulty with that. I really gelled with the other models from Models Direct and the client appear really satisfied at the end of the day. It was really gratifying.”
Models Direct select male models of various types and looks from classic male models fashion male models and mature male models and many more.
Every day, companies come to Models Direct, one of the leading male modelling agencies, to find male models for marketing aimed at many different audiences, each one seeking a very specific look. Someone could be asking for your look right now!
We represent a wide range of men looking for male modelling assignments, from petite to tall, slim to plus sized, hands, feet or hair models, lifestyle, business and family roles. Our male models can even make their silver screen debut by being an extra in a feature film!
Here are a few of our male models with their feedback from recent assignments they have completed with Models Direct!
Lots of parents who contact the team at Models Direct wonder whether their baby is suitable for baby modelling.
Every new parent will tell you that their bundle of joy is the cutest little baby on the planet, and who knows, they could be right.
But what many parents don’t realise is that there is a huge demand for baby models. Joining a baby modelling agency like Models Direct can be a great way to show off your adorable little tyke to the world.
The market for baby care products is one that will always remain strong. Regardless of economic conditions, manufacturers of baby care products need to promote their product range in what is a very large and competitive market. Every parent of a young child knows just how many baby care products there are, from rusks and cereals, to nappies and wipes, to rash cream and skincare products, to baby clothes, the list is endless.
While starting your baby on a path towards a modelling career might be the last thing on the mind of young parents, a baby modelling photo shoot can be a lot of fun for parents and baby alike. It’s clear from the feedback from parents of baby models that it’s a lot of fun for everyone.
From a Baby Model Mother…”I started my baby modelling at two months, and during the teething months she was very noisy and we couldn’t take jobs on. The thing to know is that when your agency contacts you regarding an assignment you can actually accept or decline. I found that the most important thing was having a good portfolio for my child and keeping her pics up to date, that way she was more likely to be selected from pictures rather than having to attend lots of castings”.
It’s not so much that parents dream of their little baby becoming a model, just that it’s a great experience all round. The photographers and art directors who run the photo sessions are great at working with young babies and anxious parents, because they’ve done it many times before.
The Models Direct team do their very best to put parents at ease, there is plenty of time for naps and feeds, and they love meeting some of the other parents getting involved. The baby needs to be photogenic and it would be also good if they were quirky with plenty of character as they’ve got to have a sparkle about them. Temperament is also important; they’ve got to be good natured and sociable to put up with meeting lots of strangers.
There are hundreds of ways to learn how to pose and it is a crucial element of the skills mix that female and male models must possess!
Before a photo-shoot or casting it is a good idea to practice posing at home infront of a mirror so you can see how you look. Take into consideration your facial expression and how that may change depending on the pose you are doing – how do you appear to others?