Modelling Assignment With New Zealand Based Baby Accessory Company

Recently, Models Direct had an assignment with marketing consultants Intuisys, who are based just a few miles down the road from our head office in Norwich. They were looking for models on behalf of their client Outlook, based in New Zealand – not quite so close to home!

Outlook designs and produces various pram and pushchair accessories such as sunshades and snugs. They needed some baby models to demonstrate these products for publicity material.

Baby models Elsie, Sofia and twins Harrison and Jake were chosen for the photoshoot, which took place in Dereham, Norfolk. The assignment went well and Models Direct had some great feedback from the children’s parents.

“Elsie was very content and happy throughout the shoot,” her mum Amy told one of our coordinators. “She had a few changes of clothes and changes of props but she remained calm and looked like she enjoyed all the attention. I was pleased with the whole experience and hope to have more to look forward to in the future.”

“Harrison and Jake seemed interested and happy to participate and sit in pushchairs as required,” their mum Georgina agreed. “Both Harrison and Jake were asked to model sitting in various pushchairs for a pushchair accessory shoot. I dressed the twins as requested by Jakki, who was very good with Harrison and Jake who seemed at ease throughout our assignment. It was a great start and introduction to Harrison and Jake’s modelling.”

No doubt all of the babies’ mums are excited about the thought of their bundles of joy being in publicity material that will be seen all over the world!

You can read more about this baby modelling assignment here.

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