BMC Models Wanted!

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Want to be a model? The BMC is planning its annual hill walking and scrambling photo shoot. Every year we need a stack of fresh images representing our membership to use in BMC publications, on the website and in Summit magazine. Read on for how to apply.

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When?

The shoot is scheduled to be held on Wednesday 18 August and will last a full day however the date is subject to change depending on the weather.

We're looking for four people to be volunteer models for a day. In return for your time you'll get to keep all the clothes you model. That generally means waterproof trousers, shell jackets, fleeces, walking trousers, tops and t-shirts all for free.

You need to be:

  • Over 18 (there is no upper age limit)
  • Flexible enough to take a day off midweek in late August at a few days notice
  • Able to meet us in Manchester to travel to the Lake District, or meet us in the Lake District
  • A competent hill walker and scrambler
  • Photogenic and happy to model as directed all day
  • Happy to have your image in print and online for a year or two

How to apply

If you're interested in becoming a volunteer model please email Rebecca@thebmc.co.uk with your contact details, location, a brief outline of your hill walking/scrambling experience and a recent photo. Please let us know if you are a BMC member.

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