#32: How to Model for a Living with Joe West & Alisha Cowie

Scott 06/17/2020 29

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“Your personality comes out in pictures”

– Joe West

We’re going back in time because today’s podcast is the first interview I EVER recorded!

Joe West (@joeewestt) is a model with Tyne Tees who’s worked on shoots for world-famous brands, including ASOS, Barbour and Manchester United. 

I’m lucky enough to have known Joe for YEARs and watching his journey from a distance has been beautiful to see!

I was also joined by the wonderful Alisha Cowie (@_lisha_pie).

Alisha was Miss England 2018/19 and she’s helped raise to over £30,000 for charities around the world, including Papyrus UK. She’s also openly spoken about the effects of social media on BBC Breakfast and The Victoria Derbyshire Show

In our wide-ranging conversation, we discuss ideas for successful fundraising; the less glitzy side of modelling; how to pull the perfect pose; and so much more!

Resources mentioned:

Smiles Across Nepal

Papyrus UK

Tough Mudder

Key Points:

Getting into the modelling world, being vulnerable and investing to it (4:32)

Working with the best names in the industry (10:00)

A typical day for a shoot (11:08)

The less glitzy side of modelling (12:47)

Picking up ideas from other people (14:02)

How to pull the perfect pose (15:20)

The “M” word, weighing it up and stability (16:38)

Ms. England 2018 (22:09)

Ideas for successful fundraising (25:13)

Tips and advice (31:40)

Be sure to follow me on Instagram @entrepreneurscanparty 

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