From Catwalks to Location Shoots
Angels models can deliver for film,
video or print
As can be seen from the Angels company name, a key element of the Angels business is providing models for a whole manner of assignments! From
film, PR, photographic, and publicity to product videos. Angels provide both male and female models. Many of the pictures shown in the Angels Photo Library on this web site are of Angels personnel who have been involved in many modelling assignments.
Angels models have also featured in fashion shows, runways and
showroom seasons as well as product promotional videos.
Many Angels models have a wide range of specialities that have been
capitalised on for specific advertising needs - for example hands, legs or eyes. Additionally
we have models that have a number of sporting abilities such as, skating, rollerblading, flying, swimming and horse riding
- a good number of which have been called for on several events!
Angels models are available for a full variety of assignments worldwide.
A recent major event abroad, for which Angels
models were selected, was Hewlett Packard's
"HP Lab 2003"
in Deauville in France and "HP
Lab 2004" on the island of Kos where Angels worked through HP's promotional and PR
Angels' models worked with Douglas Kirkland, one of the world's best
photographers, to show the use of HP digital photography products.
Douglas - a native born
Canadian - has spent most of his working life in New York and Los Angeles.
He has worked on the sets of some of the most famous Hollywood films such as
"Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid",
"2001 - A Space Odyssey", "Titanic", "Behind Enemy Lines" and
"Moulin Rouge". He has photographed some of the most famous faces in
entertainment including John Lennon, Marilyn Monroe, Jack Nicholson,
Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. To see his work, click here:
The course run by HP with
Douglas explored the philosophy and technique of portraiture and focused on
meaningful images of people. He showed his experience and skill to the
"class" and illustrated that skill and his approach by photographing the
Angels models. The class tried out Douglas's techniques with our models and
the afternoon of each day was spent evaluating the work and learning how
PhotoShop techniques could be used to enhance portraits.
For more information on this event click