What To Expect and Prices
Whether it's your first time in front of the camera of you are refreshing your portfolio:
The goal is to produce for you bespoke marketing literature that will help make you a successful model.
We want to inspire you and those that look at your portfolio.
To do this we have drawn on the best creative staff in London, and on the day we work as a team with you to ensure we get the best out of you. To do this we will first consult with you and assess your needs. We will then create what will eventually become your Portfolio (modelling CV) over the course of half a day. We will change your hair and make up 3 or 4 times, and work with you both in the studio and on location in the streets of London.
But it is important you relax - our team specialise in working with new models so there is no need to be nervous, as we will guide you every step of the way.
Prices and Packages
Prices at the studio start at £299 for a starter portfolio of 5 retouched images including copyright, and up to £3,499 for an advanced package including portfolio, copyright of up to 80 digital enhanced images, 20 airbrushed pictures, a bespoke website with contact email, 10 printed and retouched A4 portfolio photographs, Digital Z Cards with all your details, and an annual portfolio update package for up to 5 years.
There are many packages to choose from and we ask you to consider your budget in advance. You will be asked to make a decision on the day as to a purchase as we cannot rebook a viewing due to a fully booked diary and the distance traveled by clients. To this end please consider what you can comfortably afford to avoid disappointment. We produce not only high standard images, but also tools for self promotion such as Efolios which are personalised websites in your name with all your details and photographs. Some consideration as to whether you just want a few images to market yourself with, or whether you would like to promote yourself on social media and online forums and groups such as Star Now is important. On the day a viewer will explain all the packages.