The UK'S Largest Online Model Agency Directory, UKMA, Launch Their New Pages Dedicated to Other Types of Modelling Today

Share Article have a winning website dedicated to all things modelling. With a team of staff constantly adding and updating their pages every week, there 'other types of modelling' section has just grown a little bit more. The team at UK Model Agencies give an insight into not only how to become a model, but highlight the various different genres available today. They pride themselves being a safe haven for models and a trusted source of information, constantly updating their site with all things model related.

Other Types of Modelling

Why not go for a part-time modelling career or have a second go at life?

Brand-new pages are launched today by the country's leading directory for model agencies.

'To have clicked on our site means you must have inkling, or a dream that you'd like to become a model, ' explains Stevie Lake, Marketing Manager at UK Model Agencies.' Well, that's what we're here for. And if you're stuck in a rut, or in a job you don't like, then why not go for a part-time modelling career or have a second go at life? Our new pages are aimed at educating first time models about the different types of modelling available to them'.

With the arrival of more pages to the section 'other types of modelling', UK Model Agencies are a company in the midst of the modelling industry. Not only do they list the largest comprehensive directory dedicated to finding a model agency right for all shapes and sizes of models, but they are also a company who are there to offer their valuable advice and up-to-date information to keep models informed at all times, 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. The new pages added today are to do with jewellery modelling, lookalike modelling and also modelling work for taller models.

Jim Dawson, Chief Press Officer for UK Model Agencies says,' with our partners, La Mode London the model advice specialists, we help aspiring models find their footing on the bottom rung of the modelling ladder. Our website is much more than a directory of model agencies, and how to find the right model agent is one of the most common questions we get asked the most,' Stevie goes on to say,' often the best way of finding the right model agency the you is to look to recommendations from others, choose one through word-of-mouth from a fellow model or perhaps browse through our list yourself and see which genre of modelling you'll fall into.'
With the changing face of modelling always on the move, the team at UK Model Agencies find more and more categories a new model can slot into.

'The profession is much more than being a catwalk, waiflike model nowadays,' explains Stevie.' There are so many different types of modelling available that larger models and older models can definitely find work in today's modelling market. We have found a huge surge in ordinary people getting work usually through editorial modelling or commercial modelling, because so many companies don't want to look as if they are exploiting underweight models or cheating, using airbrushing techniques to filter out those who aren't stunningly beautiful. We have found some very weird and wonderful jobs which model agents put out in the press every day. A fantastic category of modelling called 'ugly modelling' is becoming popular, 'he laughs.' This can be somebody with a tattooed body or face, perhaps piercings all over, but generally wouldn't fit into the stereotypical perfect height, perfect weight most models slot into.'

It really does seem that modelling is much more than having a gorgeous face and the team at UK Model Agencies certainly know their stuff. With a website attracting over 25,000 unique visitors each month, this winning website all about modelling certainly proves its popularity among the modelling fraternity and is one to be boasted about.

Visit and see new pages added on a daily basis about all the latest model advice and up-to-date model information to keep informed and involved.

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