London, UK (PRWEB UK) 25 September 2012
"Mature modelling is all about subtlety and sophistication. Like a fine expensive wine, which has matured and mellowed, but has still got that vital kick," explains Helen Stark, Fashion Editor for UK Model Agencies.
UK Model Agencies are an online team who source the latest up-to-date model news and modelling information and post it on their very successful website, as soon as they learn about it. With new categories added on a daily basis, http://www.ukmodelagencies.co.uk are enjoying a surge in visitor figures recently, proving their popularity amongst the modelling fraternity. Already bursting at the seams with so much more model advice, their mature modelling tips and tricks are new pages just added. The company at the heart of the modelling world prove that age isn't important.
"Growing older should be celebrated, not feared," says Helen. "There are so many different types of jobs available for older models and modelling is a profession which can be taken up at any time of the person's life, no matter how old they are. The changing face of modelling means that there are so many opportunities for much older models. Extras are always needed in films and television, and not many models consider modelling on a film set, but usually acting is not that important. It's all about posing, and getting your face noticed it is what it's all about. Actresses such as Helen Mirren and Judi Dench are a real inspiration to older women, and the industry is always on the lookout for new faces."
The UK's largest online model agency directory report on all types of modelling and their pages dedicated to advice for mature models are just released today.
"Mature modelling can be a new direction in anyone's life," explains Jim Dawson, Chief Press Officer for UK Model Agencies." In such an uncertain world, redundancy and also retirement doesn't have to be the end of a person's career. Modelling isn't all about being perfect. Real people are needed for television commercials and packaging, promoting products that older people need. Character modelling is a very popular genre and even ugly models are always needed by model agencies." He goes on to explain, "Most people think that a model has to be a certain height, weight and shape, and it's true, for catwalk and fashion modelling, but with so many other genres of modelling available to a model of older years, height isn't important and age certainly is an added bonus for some modelling jobs we have found."
"Mature modelling means being able to carry on with your career, or even to start out on a brand-new one," says Helen. "The actual age for a mature model is 30 would you believe, which is of course so young, but in this fickle industry, a mature model can be anything from 30 and over. It is a career which can be done right up until a model is drawing their pension if they want to, and even beyond that if they wish. "
With over 25,000 unique visitors each month, the team at UK Model Agencies are always busy sourcing the latest information a model may want to read. As new pages are added on a daily basis, the winning website dedicated to the modelling industry, are proud of their new, ongoing, mature modelling advice.
See new pages as they are added at http://www.ukmodelagencies.co.uk and keep up with the latest model trends, news and information as it happens.