Become a Model
Frequently Asked Questions
Information for new models
We are frequently asked ‘What does it cost to become a model’ and ‘How much should I have to pay an agency to take me on their books?’ The answer to the second question is nothing . No agency should charge a model purely to be represented. Agencies make their income from commission, which they take from fees earned from jobs.
There are certain items, which you will need to acquire in order to become a model. The most obvious is, of course, professional photographs. However, these are not required in order to apply to an agency. In fact, agencies would prefer to see just a clear snapshot of yourself, with very little make up, in order to make a decision as to whether to offer you an interview. Please do not pay out for expensive professional photos before seeing an agency, as the photos will probably not be right for modelling work and many prospective models have been charged a ridiculous amount of money for useless shots. If you are taken on with an agency they will be able to point you in the direction of a good, reasonably priced photographer.
Registering with DK Model Management
Complete the online registration form. Once the application has been submitted and if you are successful then we will be in touch within 14 days. Unfortunately, to the amount of applications we have each week we will only contact you if we would like to progress with your application. Please bare in mind modelling business is very competitive. Only a small percentage of our applications will be accepted.
We accept children from birth to 16 years of age. Complete the online registration form a If we feel that we can find suitable work we will get in touch.