I have been modelling for two years and have had good and bad experiences while working in the industry.
Modelling can have its problems like any other job and I want to show people how to stay safe if they wish to pursue the career.
Lots of young people would like to take up modelling as a job, but they might not be aware of scams.
Things like making sure you have a fully charged phone before attending photo shoots and establishing limits with the photographer.
With Fixers, I am highlighting some basic and informative tips for young people to know, so they can stay safe when starting out a modelling career.
Thank you to Caitlin Maccoll and Chanelle MacPhee for helping me with this project.
A story about my Fixers campaign was featured in the Daily Mail Online and also in the Inverness Courier (see below).
I've also received some great feedback for my Fixers film and project:
'Brilliant - well done! This will be really helpful for other aspiring models.'
'I think it's an amazing thing you have done for us girls.'
'Well done, Phoebe. Hope the young ones take your advice.'
Shak & Natasha
Fixers is a project of the Public Service Broadcasting Trust, funded by the National Lottery through the Big Lottery Fund, and featured on ITV.