For Greenville Fashion Week’s never ending quest to transform the Fashion Industry with our Top Model Competition, we have partnered with internationally famed photographer Patrick Cox with experience ranging from Vogue, National Geographic, Wall Street Journal, and more. Each model will be judged on multiple criteria during the session as well as the finished product. In addition, each model will have the opportunity to purchase and take the models portfolio to the next level.
Models participating within one of the leading Model Competitions in the country, can now walk away not only with industry leading knowledge, but also a huge improvement to their Headshot portfolio. Oftentimes during auditions, a Model’s Headshot is the number one judgement on a model making it to the later rounds of the audition process.
To help accomplish this, Greenville Fashion Week has negotiated a HIGHLY discounted Headshot rate of only $40. Typically this quality can exceed $2,500+ within major markets. Register today to guarantee your spot: click here to register.
About Patrick Cox
Clients seek Patrick out for his breadth – and depth – of experience. His photojournalism is featured in publications both local and international, from At Home in the Upstate to National Geographic. Brides love him – his portfolio features some 600 weddings – and he’s also popular for commercial and fine art images.
Patrick’s personal mission is to make images that matter. A recent photojournalism project, for example, brought awareness to the plight of the homeless. His pro bono portfolio is filled with work on behalf of unfortunate children. He photographs terminally ill patients at the GHS Children’s Hospital to ensure all parents receive a final, cherished keepsake, and he volunteers for the South Carolina Heart Gallery, a project that uses the power of photography to find homes for hard-to-place children lingering in foster care.
“I capture their personalities in images that best present them to potential adoptive parents,” Patrick explains. “I want to show the softer side of kids who are considered tough cases.”