Showreels

2018 Showreel

2018 Voicereel

2018 Cheerleading reel

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Television

2017
Television show
Royal Guest
Production: The Royals
Director: Mark Schwahn

2016
Product update commercial
New Zealand traveller
Production: Love British Apples
Director: Marketing Matters

2016
Commercial
Background artist
Production: Boohoo AW16
Director: Boohoo

2016
Drama
Audience Member
Production: Episodes
Director: David Crane

2016
Green screen
Crowd member
Production: Football talk show
Director: Andrew Ramirez

2005
Talk Show
Tiny Tara Palmer-Tompkinson
Production: Jungle Drums
Director: ITV

2004
Commercial
Middle Girl
Production: Shampoo
Director: Hedrin

 

 

Current portoflio

After completing her A Levels, Alexandra decided to continue modelling as an adult. During University she did as much work as she could fit in and since graduation partakes in as many jobs and test shoots as possible.

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As a child, you’re told by your guardian when and where you need to be in terms of shoots. As an adult, you will receive various emails from your agent (or agentS if you have several) inquiring about your availability for castings- not jobs- and then you would gain a second point of contact about the job itself if successful at the casting. This leads to the need to quickly learn time management, especially if modelling isn’t what you do full time.

In adult modelling it is very rare that you are ‘given’ a job based on your online portfolio alone- you will nearly always be sent for a casting first, and it’s rare that you even get the job. This makes the industry very tough to be part of and you have to learn to be thick skinned- if you’re not, then I wouldn’t advise doing it as a career. For example, I got a shoot for Lipsy online clothes website, got halfway through the shoot and the designer changed her mind and cancelled. Luckily I was still paid some money, but it was very disappointing at the time.

Lipsy shoot (1)

On top of this, adult modelling can be a very odd experience compared to child modelling. You can find yourself in a dress, in a field, at dusk, freezing cold, lying backwards on a horse… while a sheep is eating your lunch in a shed nearby.

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Modelling is something that I enjoy- I ignore the stigma attached, I eat healthily and I exercise, but not for modelling- and something that I’d like to pursue after University. All of my filming work has come through my original Oxford based agency, but I am also with three London based agencies and I aim to expand further to keep busy with jobs after graduating. I also plan to join as many acting agencies as possible to get some professional acting work into my show reel. I’m happy to ‘go with the flow’ while I figure out what direction I want to go in, in terms of my career. A huge part of the media industry is who you know so by keeping busy and meeting as many people as possible I hope that this will lead me towards something that I want to do.

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Child modelling

 I began modelling at the age of 8 after being spotted by a photographer who was adamant that I should give it a go. I got my first portfolio shot in 2008, and joined my first agency in Oxford. Predominantly I did commercial work but was also lucky enough to do some filming work(see TV and Film Acting).

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My first job was for citroen cars, shooting in various locations throughout the Cotswolds for a full day. My second shoot was with Britvic (who sell J20, pepsi, squash, ribena- etc) and from then on I was in a variety of shoots, once every few months including many different board games and for Savlon (the treatment cream). Quite often modelling (especially with children) is associated with the belief that the children think they have greater self worth than their peers. I, however, disagree- I never felt this way. Modelling was a way of making money and saving towards my future- of course it was fun and I did enjoy it but I rarely talked about it before I was 18 (because of the stigma attached to the industry). I used all of my modelling savings to fund gaining my driving licence and my first car, before many of my friends had even thought about getting a car. I did less modelling while I was in the GCSE through A Level years, but tried to take it back up once I reached 18 and moved closer to London from my Cotswold home.

Theatre

2017
Panto in Oman (UAE)
Fairy
Production: Fairytale in Winter Wonderland
Company: Scarlett Entertainment

2016
Chrismas at Blenheim
Crystal Flake
Production: Christmas Show
Director: Sadie Dixon-Spain

2016
University
Ensemble
Production: Tangerine Tales
Director: Royona Mitra

2015
University
Woman 4
Production: Edges- A song cycle
Director: Broderick Chow

2014
University
Athletic Woman
Ensemble
Ian Morgan

Film

2018
Short Film
Rose
Production: Home
Director: Rory Gardner

2018
Short Film
Alex
Production: This is Me
Director: James Roberts

2018
Short Film
Daisy
Production: Boxes
Director: Robin Crow

2018
Short Film
Katy
Production: Fixation
Director: Reece Broughton

2018
Short Film
Becky
Production: CHEAT
Director: Chris Tolley

2018
Feature Film
Acolyte
Production: Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them 2
Director: David Yates

2018
Feature Film
Head Girl
Production: Mamma Mia: Here we go again!
Director: Ol Parker

2017
Short Film
Emma
Production: Peachy
Director: Rory Gardner

2017
Short Film
Leah
Production: Ellie Allie
Director: Sarah Pearce

2017
Short Film
Hayley
Production: Rear View Mirror
Director: Mason Marshall

2017
Music Video
The Girlfriend
Production: Heartbreak
Director: Michael S.

2017
Short Film
Sarah
Production: Shadow
Director: Chris Walton

2017
Short Film
Ana
Production: A Monster
Director: Alexandre Do

2017
Short Film
Emily Le Page
Production: Retribution
Director: Robin Crow

2017
Feature Film
Front row football fan
Production: Justice League
Director: Zack Snyder

2016
Short Film
Lisa
Production: Kill Me Now
Director: Frederico De Carvalho

2016
Feature Film
VIP Festival goer
Production: Kingsman- The Golden Circle
Director: Matthew Vaughn

2015
Feature Film
Trudy
Production: Hello Sam
Director: Charles Kane

 

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