I’ve signed to SilverFox Management as one of their Icons.
SilverFox Management will represent me for brand ambassador and model work. If you’re a brand and want to work with me, contact me though SilverFox Management.
I really hope for some more collabs with clothing brands – as I love fashion so much.
Thanks to SilverFox Icon Luisa Dunn –@thesilverlining_1970 – for so generously connecting me.
Here’s a little flashback to me on the facial difference episode of You Can’t Ask That, answering the question “What jobs can’t you do? Flight attendant, newsreader, model, what job can’t you do?” It aired almost seven years ago – I’m laughing at how many times I say “like” in this clip, but I’m also thinking about how many things I have done since then, defying the expectations of what people with facial differences can do. Media interviews and articles, public speaking, many brand campaigns, two books published, organised a fashion parade event at Melbourne Fashion Week, became a Face Equality International ambassador, and now I’ve signed to an agency as a model and content creator! So much of this came about due to being visible on social media. And yes, Adam still takes 37 photos of me for instagram! Thanks to Kirk Docker, one of the YCAT creators, for sending me this clip. You can watch the whole ep on ABC iView. )
The signing came quickly and unexpectedly, and the team have been wonderfully supportive. I’ve already confirmed my first piece of work through SilverFox Management! Here’s their reel with the announcement!
Video: a photo of Carly, a woman with a red face and short dark curly hair, cut asymmetrically. She’s wearing a black jacket with colourful flowers on it. Text says “Some news”. Then a short clip from TV show You Can’t Ask That plays – Carly, wears the same clothes, answers questions from cards. There are captions at the top of the clip. Some words from the interview pop up on screen in coloured text. The video ends with a collage of two screenshots from the SilverFox Management website, featuring a photo of Carly wearing a colourful floral jumpsuit, and some text from the website