Josephine Olton, 175 cm / 5’9″, Australian, born February 2nd.
What is an issue or cause you are passionate about?
“I am passionate about ensuring that all girls are given the opportunity to be educated. I found it shocking to hear that over 130 million girls around the world are denied an education. My friends and I recently participated in the ‘Do it in a Dress’ campaign and we raised enough money to educate three girls for a year.”
What are three interesting facts about you?
“1. I love performing! I currently do lots of acting but I also used to dance when I was younger. I can also play the violin and flute. / 2. I’m an avid reader and my favourite genres are dystopian and young adult fiction. / 3. I love debating ideas with people.”
How and when did you become a model?
“I entered Tamblyn Model Management’s model search competition Young Model Discovery at the end of 2017 and I won the International Model prize.”
Micah Elliot, 183 cm / 6’0″, British, born June 26th.
What is one thing people may be surprised to find out about you?
“Something people might find interesting about me is that before every work shift starts, I listen to either drum and bass or jungle/house music to boost my energy. So if people ever see me out with my workgroup and I have my earphones in just know it’s drum and bass or jungle/house music.”
What’s something you are self-conscious about?
“I wouldn’t say I’m self-conscious about this but it tends to happen a lot. When speaking with extroverted people I struggle sometimes to come up with conversation or keep the flow, of the conversation going because I’m very introverted and quiet. However in most situations I can be outgoing. So I guess that’s what I am self-conscious about.”
What did you Google last?
“The last thing I Googled was the Hermes parcel company because I ordered a pair of trainers and I was tracking the journey.”
IMM Models (London – mother agency)