Each month we ask one of our models to come into our office and help us give an insight into what it means to be a Tyne Tees Model.

This month we spoke to Rebecca Everett, a full time fashion communication student and part time model.

We chatted with her about her aspirations and how the impact that her modelling career has helped her in with her fashion interests.

Name: Rebecca Everett

Born: 1997

Time with Tyne Tees: Started in mid 2016

Brands worked for: LaDiDa, Coast, Intu Eldon Square, NE Times, Ladies Who Rock.

What is your career highlight to date? I think the highlight so far would be featuring in Wonderland online as it’s one of my favourite magazines! However I love every single job I work on no matter how big or small, as each photographer has a different creative mind-set that I really appreciate and is a huge influence to me.

Tyne Tees Models is all about delivering on the client’s brief with creativity, passion and precision.

What shoot have been on where you felt you and the team have had a tangible effect on the client’s business and brand performance? I would say the opening of the Coast store at the Metrocentre was a huge success for the clients brand image as we were not only required to model the clothing but also interact with the public and work as a team to generate as much publicity and hype as possible. It’s really important to work together and to also enjoy what we do. The public can tell when we are expressing ourselves and having fun which creates the biggest impact.

What would your dream modelling job be? My dream modelling job would probably be to feature in a magazine such as Dazed & Confused or I-D Magazine. Maybe even to be part of a campaign that promotes an organisation or a charity that influences people in a positive and helpful way!

What advice would you give to an aspiring model? I would say to always be yourself, don’t let anyone change you and try to add your own creative input into shoots when you can. Don’t take anything to heart because if some jobs don’t work out then there’s always another one round the corner – you just might not be right for the client. Finally, always have fun because it’s a brilliant industry to be in so take every opportunity you can!

What do you enjoy most about modelling?: I enjoy meeting the clients and other Tyne Tees Models as well as the extremely talented photographers, makeup artists and stylists who I work with. I get so many tips and great advice!