The changing face of modelling proves you can never be too old to try it out
London, UK (PRWEB UK) 25 July 2012
Mature modelling is definitely in Vogue according to UKMA and age is certainly not important they say.
'The changing face of modelling proves you can never be too old to try it out,' says Stevie Lake. The marketing manager for UK model agencies goes on to say, 'at UKMA we believe that age is important and if you're aged 30 and over, then you are classed as a mature model.' He laughs, 'Yes, now it doesn't seem so old does it? There are so many different types of jobs available for models, it's not a profession like being a footballer for example, where your career can be over by the time you hit your 30s and 40s. In fact,' he continues, 'it's ironic, but most footballers turn to modelling when their football career is ending.'
The team at UK Model Agencies source the latest up-to-date modelling information and model news and post it on their very successful website, visited by over 25,000 new models every month. With new categories added to their site on a daily basis, the new mature modelling section is enjoying a surge in visitor figures recently, proving that mature models feel now is the right time to change profession.
'With so many businesses closing down at the moment, and people being made redundant,'says Helen Stark, fashion editor for UKMA,' it has done the model industry a favour. Older people are finding it harder to get any work in their normal professional capacity and so they are trying out modelling as an alternative career.'
The brand-new section all about mature modelling is now online and available for viewing, and they're sure it will be another sure fire hit with their viewers. Already bursting at the seams with so much model advice, their modelling tips and tricks are essential to learn for any aspiring model to help make it big in a very competitive industry they say. The new mature modelling section is just another area. They are endeavouring to cover, bringing the latest advice for older models everywhere.
'Mature modelling means being able to carry on with your career, if you are still lucky enough to have one in these hard times,' says Helen. 'Anyone can be successful in modelling; right up until you're drawing your pension or maybe are enjoying a break from the job you may have been doing all your life.'
'Don't worry about catwalk and fashion modelling,' says Stevie.' Leave that to the spring chickens out there. Mature modelling gives an older person the ability to continue working for as long as they want, simply adapting to take on different types of mature modelling jobs to suit their particular age and look.'
He goes on to explain that old age is most definitely not an issue and more and more older people are throwing out the hair dye and embracing the grey and are growing old disgracefully, which is what the modelling industry needs at the moment.
According to http://www.ukmodelagencies.co.uk getting involved in the mature modelling industry has never been easier and whatever a model's shape, size, or age, for that matter, they have all the latest model advice available on their website. They would urge anyone thinking of taking up modelling to visit their pages and send in their details with any questions they have and the team of experts there can point a new model in the right direction.
To see the brand-new section all about mature modelling in its full aged glory at http://www.ukmodelagencies.co.uk