London, UK (PRWEB UK) 14 June 2012
Balancing modelling with schoolwork is all part of growing up for this particular model.
A brand-new male model is born as the team at http://www.lamodelondon.com complete another successful photo shoot day and promote the latest model on their books. Ariel Weinstein seems to be taking it all in his stride, combining a modelling career and studying business management at University.
At 22, this student is 6 foot tall with dark brown hair and stunning blue eyes. He is delighted with his brand-new portfolio and hopes to take on modelling as a part-time profession in conjunction with his education.
‘I am currently studying business management in university and in my second year. I have some free time during the week and like doing extra activities including sports, modelling and hanging out with friends,’ he said.’ I am new to the modelling industry and have done a couple of shoots so far.’
La Mode feel he’s certainly finds hard work is an easy hurdle to jump and they applaud his work ethic as well as his ability to combine studies and model at the same time. They explain that a lot of models combine their modelling with full time professional work or time spent at school or university.
‘If you are seriously thinking of taking on modelling because you are sick and tired of being told what to do by teachers, then don’t expect modelling could be a way out,’ Helen warns. ‘Modelling is really hard work and you still need to have qualifications to back you up in case the modelling ever falls through. Looks can let you down, but your brain never will.’
Ariel Weinstein is a Middlesex based model who is interested in many different types of modelling including advertising and commercial work, catalogue, catwalk and fashion modelling, editorial, exhibition and promotional work, glamour modelling, life modelling, working as a look-a-like in a modelling capacity and anything that requires the skills of a male model. He has shown great model application with his determination and drive in balancing his schoolwork with his modelling and La Mode think his business skills are a great combination to help him take control of two careers and will certainly get him work in the future, whether modelling is a full time career or a part-time one.
When asked why he became a model, Ariel said, ‘I aspired to become a model since I was younger and I feel that now I have the chance and capability of doing so, I would like to pursue this aspiration and go on to develop my career as a model. I feel that my confidence and creativity would assist me in becoming a successful model and being older and more mature gives me the chance to enable myself to succeed.’
It’s male model week at La Mode London and Ariel is the fourth male to be highlighted on La Mode’s website, as well as that of their partners, UK Model Agencies. Between the two companies, they pride themselves on offering honest and forthright advice to any aspiring model wanting to break into the modelling industry. They firmly believe a modelling portfolio is the best way for models to self promote in these recession hit times, when model agencies aren’t taking on many new faces.
Visit http://www.lamodelondon.com and see the latest male models and their stunning new portfolios available to view online now.
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