1. Jeffrey Kissubi
Jeffrey Kissubi is absolutely killing his modelling career. Walking in big events like Melbourne Fashion Week to featuring in campaigns for the Caulfield Cup Carnival.
Jeffery is also an advocate for diversity in the industry. He discusses the importance of big brands including models of varying size, shape and ethnicity. “Diversity for me should no longer be a taboo topic we should embrace and empower people from all backgrounds,” he explained in his WINK interview.
Jeffery thanks WINK Models for building the foundation for his success. He admitted to lacking confidence growing up, but thanks to friends and family he was pushed to pursue his dreams.
He originally did some behind the scenes work for Melbourne Fashion Week, then no more than four years later Jeffrey was walking in the show.
2. Ahmad Alrimawi
Here at the studio we couldn’t look past Ahmad Alrimawi and his fierce face. Ahmad turns heads with his strong jaw and encapsulating eyes making him one to watch.
A WINK Model, Ahmad is considered to be a fresh face around Sydney. His portfolio continues to grow as he lands commercial modelling gigs.
In early 2019 Ahmad featured in the Volume 38: Killer Issue for Obscurae Magazine as a seductive vampire.
Passionate about health and fitness, when he isn’t at the gym, he’s furthering his talents in front of the camera. Ahmad has posed for local photographers to help build his skills in commercial and fitness modelling.
3. David Belforde
A man of many trades, David Belforde seemingly has done it all. Model, actor, kids entertainer meets bodyguard and Afghanistan Veteran.
David’s Instagram is a deep dive into his passionate and outgoing personality.
A lover of cats, fitness and Captain America (a recent and consistent choice for his kids entertainment gig).
Throughout his modelling career David has featured in Stark Magazine and posed for Peter Alexander and Jeep campaigns. He also walked his first runway for Shearer Designs early 2018.
David is also the brand ambassador for Mister Perfect (a mens styling company).
4. Jarrod Cameron
Jarrod Cameron joined us in our Sydney studio and immediately we loved what we saw. His strength and connection with the camera was awe inspiring.
When Cameron isn’t rocking it in front of the camera he works as a cocktail bartender. Mixing drinks in-between modelling and martial arts, Cameron’s talents are endless.
Cameron’s studio shoot consisted of stoic looks paired with simple t-shirts and reliable denims. He also dared to show us some of his killer kicks and martial arts moves.
A fresh face on the scene, Cameron is one to watch. While he builds his portfolio, Cameron also does work as a videographer, namely for the Australian band Wicked Things.
5. Richard Figuera
New South Wales based model Richard Figuera has a resume of impeccable work under his belt. His megawatt smile and distinct features result in effortlessly natural shots.
Richard maintains a healthy lifestyle and judging by his Instagram is incredibly dedicated to his fitness routine. Therefore it’s no surprise Richard has done commercial work for big sports brands like Rebel Sport.
He has also done commercial campaigns for Afterpay, Trance McShady Apparel and Urbanest.
Richard is a proud gay man and often posts pictures with his partner alongside his modelling work on social media.
6. Brandon Anderson
We are absolutely mad about WINK Model, Brandon Jared’s gorgeous curls.
Brandon has done some local commercial work for Kings Domain, ANZ and Junk Mail Undies.
Although, most notably Brandon recently featured in a Bonds Australia campaign for Valentines Day.
Alongside modelling, Brandon knows how to carve up the dance floor as he often posts dance routines to his social media accounts.
7. Adam West
Walking in runways and posing for fashion brands, Adam West is a model to watch.
Signed with WINK Models Adam has done work for major brands and companies since the commencement of his modelling career.
By mid-2019, Adam has walked for the Panasonic Manila Fashion Festival and Bench Fashion Week.
He has also had campaigns with Metro Society Magazine in the Philippines and The Bronze Snake (an Australian clothing brand).
In between modelling and photoshoots Adam can be found behind a DJ booth or skating down a ramp.
8. Grytt Young
Free spirit and WINK Model Grytt Young has captured our hearts with his infectious personality.
A lover of all things fun and festive, Grytt is a large promoter of Burning Man Festival. He describes the experiences as freeing and a chance to fully be himself.
“It’s really important to be spontaneous in life. You never know what can happen.”
Majority of Grytt’s modelling work is for commercial campaigns. He was recently cast in an American Express feature.
9. Stephen Tsekouras
A favourite WINK Model and a favourite studio client, Stephen Tsekouras wowed us from the moment he stepped foot on set.
Stephen’s shoot at the studio consisted of warm tones to compliment his complexion. The result was a collection of captivating photographs that Stephen used to build his first folio.
Since then he has done some runway work for Limitless Fashion Show.
Stephen has also dabbled in parts modelling, his feet being the focus of an Olive Way campaign (suits for students, by students).
Take a peak at more of Stephens shoot photos in his success story.
10. Erik Vent
Starnow’s Male Model of the Year 2019, Erik Vent has been making waves ever since he stepped foot into the industry.
He has dabbled in an array of varying paths including acting, modelling, personal training and army work as part of the military police.
Erik’s biggest campaigns are with major brands such as Sony, Nokia, IKEA, Coca-Cola, The Iconic… The list is endless as is his versatility in front of the camera.
Erik can also be caught sauntering down the runways for brands like Azzo Swim (mens swimwear) at the Mercedes-Benz Fashion Show.
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