Do you think you have what it takes to be a GTM Model?
Would you like to become a Model? We take Modelling very seriously. If GTM Models decide to represent you, we will take time to develop you. This will include consultation about your health, fitness, image and portfolio. We will train you how to walk if you have runway potential and give you guidelines on how to carry yourself at castings.
We will seriously consider developing your career, but only if you are serious about yourself! It will take approximately 6-12 months to build up a portfolio so that you can start modelling, so be prepared for this! We work alongside some of the best fashion teams and professionals to ensure that you have the right images for your book, but this takes time.
If you are a girl or woman between 5’8 – 6’0 tall, then please send us one headshot and one full length shot with your age, contact details, height, bust, waist and hip measurements to: email@example.com
We look forward to hearing from you and hope that your application will be successful!
T: +44 (0)20 7096 1374
If you don't sign with GTM Models, please be very careful with who does represent you. Images are very powerful and there is nothing worse than being a Model who has potential with bad images of you all over the internet! Once a photograph of you is on the internet, it may be virtually impossible to remove. Whether an agency is small or large, make sure that you are working with an agency who have experience of modelling and who understand how to develop you and will make sure you work with strong fashion teams and photographers.
You should never pay any charges up front to register with an agency and generally developing your portfolio should be on a time for print basis, otherwise known as testing or testshoots. Once you have signed with an agency, if there are charges incurred, these should always be outlined to you in advance by your agency and should be for a very specific reason i.e. you need a very specific type of image for your book which you have not been able to produce with time for print. Always read a contract thoroughly and if you are under the age of 18, we strongly advise you to get your parents or a legal guardian to review and sign the contract on your behalf. Above all things, register with an Agency you like and are happy with! You might be with them for a long time, so make sure you have a good team you get on with!