You’ll be delighted when you get your first modelling job – but the work starts well before the photographer clicks the shutter.
Getting your first modelling job is a real thrill, and you’ll want to be sure that you create the right impression with the photographer, the art director and any representative of the company and agency that you’re working for. After all, if you work well with these people, they’re more likely to remember you in the future and perhaps book you for other jobs.
Make a note of date, time and place - Carry a paper or electronic diary, so that when your agency calls with a job you can book it in exactly. If you don’t know where the studio or venue is, get directions from your agent. If you turn up at the wrong place, everyone will put a black mark against your name.
Network - Even if this is your first modelling job, it pays to chat to all the people there. A friendly, reliable, hard working model is more likely to get work than a late, non-communicative one. Take every opportunity to get to know the people in the room and make sure they know where you can be contacted. Use dependable transport. - If your car breaks down, it will make you late for your appointment. Make sure that your car is regularly serviced and always has enough petrol in the tank to get you to your destination. If you’re using public transport, make sure you leave enough time for you to miss a service, take the next one and still get there on time.
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