Stephen Maycock lenses an introduction to the IMG new face.
Hey Bradley! So how did you got scouted?
I was scouted at a rugby tournament. It was at the end of the match when my coach gave me the IMG card. I was shocked at first and thought it was all a big joke, until I got home and I contemplated calling for an hour or so before I made my decision.
And what have you been up to since?
I have been studying A-levels, in sixth form in an independent school in West London and focusing on my sports as I am an extremely passionate athlete.
Cool. What’s been your favourite modelling moment so far?
Every time I go to a shoot it gets more enjoyable as the people are friendly and very welcoming. I have been fortunate enough to have worked with many great people over my short career such as Emily Ratajkowski and Hailey Baldwin, however my favourite moment would be stuck between two – one in which being for W magazine and the other, walking for Adidas and Hailey Baldwin in London Fashion week.
Nice. So what do you get up to when you’re not modelling?
In my free time I enjoy playing a range of sports such as rugby and football, whether it’s for school, club or just on the weekend with my friends, which usually takes up much of my weekend.
Who would be your dream photographer/stylist to work with?
I personally think [I] have already worked with my favourite photographer and stylist – Alastair McLellan and Katie Grand. However, I’ve also done a fair amount of test shoots to build my portfolio (such as working with the likes of Stephan Maycock).
And finally, what’s the dream in terms of your modelling career?
When I first started, my main thoughts were to get a few pictures for my Instagram. I would have never thought that I would be lucky enough to be given the opportunities like I have. Meeting incredible people ranging from models, photographers, and the people behind the scenes that make this all possible and a reality e.g. Andrew Garratt [at IMG]. As of now I’m hoping to enjoy the experience and hopefully work with more extraordinary people.