When thinking of the modelling industry, often the first things that come to mind are runway models, high-fashion supermodels and vogue cover stars such as Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Gisele Bündchen.

Model: Natalie

Whilst this is a rewarding aspect to be a part of there is another side of the industry that is often forgotten about – commercial modelling.

What you need to be a commercial model:

Commercial modelling can be a challenging and fun experience. Briefs can range from active outdoor shoots on location to homely relaxed family shoots however a good commercial model needs to be relatable to the consumer who is buying into the brand.

Unlike high-fashion, clients are less focused on the physical appearance, but rather value individual character — a warm, welcoming face and a good smile can go a long way!

Come and get involved:

As a brand, Tyne Tees Models have provided talent for a variety of commercial clients from travel companies like Haven to furniture providers such as SCS to photographic stock companies. We hold strong relations with our clients who come back time and time again.

If you are interested in being represented in this area, please visit the Tyne Tees Models website at  http://www.tyneteesmodels.co.uk/newsite/ or email: mailbox@ttmmanagement.co.uk.

Nathan and Ashley


The Sophie Bird Family