A modelling and acting company are looking for children and adults with learning or physical disabilities to take part in a professional photo shoot.
Social care professional, Laura Johnson and performing arts teacher, Zoe Proctor, recently established Zebedee Management as they wanted to see better representation of people with disabilities within fashion, media and the arts. They are holding a series of photoshoots around Sheffield and Lincolnshire.
“Zebedee want to see more people with disabilities on television, in magazines, online and in films. We believe that people with many unique characteristics should have the same opportunities as ‘mainstream’ artists and we are working with people within the media and fashion industries to make this happen.
“The photo shoots will be fun and a great opportunity for those who take part to get a feel for the industry, and models will receive copies of their images. This will create a professional portfolio for fashion and media castings. Our February shoots have are already full with gorgeous child models, but we still have spaces for our April shoots”
Those interested should email firstname.lastname@example.org with 3 or 4 clear photos (no hats or sunglasses), with contact details and a little bit about themselves. Further information about the photo shoot and booking models can be found on their Facebook page at www.facebook.com/zebedeemanagement/.