More information about our modelling services

Studio 17 fashion modelling agency

(1993-2005) was launched in 1993 and licenced in 1994 to supply fashion models for catwalk and photographic work.
The agency placed importance on training and ran regular catwalk classes as well as opportunities to learn basic make up and other modelling skills.
Keen to encourage new talents and fashion awareness, Studio 17 also organised its own shows, often for charity, and these included ones during the Brighton festival for new designers sponsored by the Prince's Trust, open air fun shows during Hastings Old Town Week and for the BrownBread Horse Rescue Centre, & a gala evening for Children in Need showing sports and swimwear.
Studio 17 agency closed in 2005.

BlueBelles Glamour models

(2002-2007) was launched to supply glamour models for photographic and promotional work.
It was originally started at the demand of some existing Studio 17 models who wanted to enter the realms of glamour & asked Martin to act for them.
BlueBelles became very popular and its models appeared in magazines, at carshows, on TV, in music videos and on various websites etc.
But with so many registers of models now on the internet, the need for BlueBelles gradually ceased and it was decided to close it..

Bohemia Artists Models

was launched in 2004 as a resource to link artists and artists models.
It provides free webpages and email forwarding between artists and models worldwide.
The artists models on the register are of various experience but each is "proven" by a nude photo and a photo of a work they've sat for to show that they are confident with art nudity and that they have had experience of sitting for an artist.
Many of the models have been proven by Martin in trial sittings with him.

Models that have passed through our books include well known names
and Martin feels privileged to have helped start their careers.