London UK (PRWEB) October 18, 2006
Oreke Mosheshe, one of the UK’s leading black models has announced the launch of her brand new website http://www.oreke.com.
Oreke's modeling career has seen her in campaigns for Louis Vuitton, T'Mobile, Armani and Joseph to name a few. Described as Europe's most stunning black fashion model her face can be seen in several international commercials.
She is a popular TV presenter and talented actress and has featured alongside great British actors such as the late Sir John Mills, Lesley Sharp and James Nesbitt as well as established Hollywood stars like Ray Liotta. She is set to gain even more recognition with her appearance in the British Comedy 'Rabbit Fever' which is out in cinemas nationwide now.
Oreke engaged the skills of London based web design and new media firm EMNM (http://www.emnm.co.uk) to design and build a site that presents her achievements in a clear and consistent way yet still reflects her sense of style. The site uses the latest web technologies and is as vibrant and stylish as the lady herself, as Oreke says – "the designers at EMNM have successfully realized our shared vision for the site, capturing the individuality and energy of my personality that I wanted reflected in the website. I could not have asked for anything more and I am truly grateful."
Launching with over a hundred gallery images and also featuring video clips from her diverse portfolio the site is truly a showcase of Oreke's talents and charms. Her growing fan base will be able to connect with her online, see all her latest acting jobs and fashion shoots and keep up with her career progress.
About Oreke Mosheshe
With a degree in Management and Law Oreke is definitely more than just a pretty face. As well as being a top model and presenter Oreke is quickly gaining recognition as an accomplished actress. For more information visit http://www.oreke.com.
EMNM helps businesses make the most of new-media in its various forms, using websites, CD presentations etc. to maximise their brand image and improve their communications. For more information visit http://www.emnm.co.uk.