Below is a selection of the models we think will become hot property in 2005! We would be more than happy to set up interviews and provide photography for any of the models featured. (Depending on availability, they might be able to attend a photoshoot for you, free of charge).
Friday 10 December 2005
New kids on the block
MOT Models presents the hottest property in modelling for 2005
MOT Models is one of Europe’s busiest model agencies, celebrated for its vast selection of commercial and versatile models.
Over the last 19 years MOT Models has created a reputation for offering models that not only look good but also know how to get the best from a photoshoot.
Fiona, 21 years old, joined MOT Models when she was just 15. She completed a BA Honours Degree at Guildford School of Acting in the summer of 2004.
Fiona is now a full-time model and has worked for companies such as DFS, Babyliss, Vauxhall and Freemans and was fortunate enough to shoot a major travel campaign in Greece.
Fiona says, “I found that MOT Models was a very flexible agency who understood the importance of education so that I could concentrate on obtaining a good degree, but I still found time to have fun modelling.”
Images of Fiona can be seen at http://www.motmodel.com/details.asp?model_id=2523
Laura Hallett is 20 years old and joined MOT when she was 16. Laura went to Haydon’s School in London and is now studying English Literature and Creative Studies at Bath Spa University. Laura has been incredibly successful with MOT Models. Her resumé includes high-profile campaigns for Aapri, Vodafone, Johnson & Johnson, Racing Green and Nivea.
Laura commented, “Before I went to University, I decided to take a gap year to model and I am really glad that I did. It taught me a lot about myself and how to get on with other people in a working environment. When I decided to go to university it was really important for me to find an agency that would support me whilst I studied and MOT has really offered me the support I needed”
Images of Laura can be seen at http://www.motmodel.com/details.asp?model_id=2822
Clare Peebles, 20, joined MOT Models when she was only 14 years-old has become one of MOT Model’s rising stars. When she joined the agency Claire was studying at Berkhamsted Collegiate School and is now reading Criminal Psychology at the University of Southampton. Clare’s work to date includes shoots for big brands such as Yakult, Sony, HSBC, Freemans, Asda and a TV commercial for the Daily Mail in 2004.
Clare says, “Modeling has given me the opportunity to do things that I would never have had the chance to do in a normal 9-5 job. I meet a lot of really interesting people, visit great places and get paid for it!”
Images of Clare can be seen at http://www.motmodel.com/details.asp?model_id=2498
Sarah Foll is 21 years-old. She recently graduated in Business Management at Kings College, London. Sarah has modeled for many big brands including Falmer, Remington and Nivea.
Sarah is very active in her spare time and can often be found riding horses, skiing or playing golf.
Images of Sarah can be seen at http://www.motmodel.com/details.asp?model_id=3947
Max Roche is 19 years old and joined MOT when he was 15. He is currently reading English Literature and Theatre Studies at Queen Mary’s College in London. Max has already had a taste of fame taking part in last-years Pop Stars.
Max has modelled for many reputable companies such as Sony, Vodafone, Microsoft and MoneyShop.
Max says, “Modelling is really exciting. It fits in well with my studies and is always a good talking point, especially when I find myself on the cover of magazines.”
Images of Max can be seen at http://www.motmodel.com/details.asp?model_id=3141
Tom Kinsley is 20 years old and joined MOT when he was 16 years-old. Tom went to Berkhamsted Collegiate School and is now studying War Studies at Kings College.
He has modelled for clients as diverse as Bank of Scotland, BSM and Gloverall.
Tom says, “It is a very interesting job and I have had the opportunity to meet lots of people. No two jobs are the same so its like going to a different job every day. Modeling also works well with my schedule for university so I can earn as I learn.”
Images of Tom can be seen at http://www.motmodel.com/details.asp?model_id=2707
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For further information about any of the feature models or information about MOT Models please contact Paul McCaffrey on 020 7569 3043 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Tina Fotherby on 020 7569 3042 (email@example.com)
Editors note: Fiona Brattle, Clare Peebles and Tom Kinsley are from Berkhamsted. Laura Hallett is from Pinner, Middlesex, Max Roche is from Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire and Sarah Foll is from London.
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