‘About A Boy’ Editorial by Masha Tiutiunnikova features our Monday Model for this week – Eight-year-old Dylan Torrell Robertson from Mallorca.
Dylan first modelling job was featuring in an advert for MacDonalds at just 11 days old and since then he has featured in many adverts shown across the globe. Dylan has modelled for Arket, The New Society, Reserved, Bon Prix to name but a few.
Last year Dylan featured as the lead role in a short film in Spain ‘La Leyenda De Oriol’ and has parts in several films lined up for this year, so watch this space!
Dylan’s favourite subject at school is Maths and he loves Spanish classes and taking part in a variety of sports as well as attending the Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts in Mallorca.
Scroll down to find out more on our featured Model Dylan…..
Which modelling agency are you represented by? I am represented by Sugar Kids worldwide. Paola Sells and her team have been amazing and very supportive since I joined them. I am very grateful for all the opportunities they have given me so far.
Who represents you with regard to acting? I am represented by several Spanish agencies on the mainland and also locally here in Mallorca.
What lead you to start modelling and acting? I did my first job at 11 days old! At 3 years old I joined the Pauline Quirke Academy of Performing Arts here in Mallorca. This is where I realised how much I love to act and be in front of the camera. As I got older and did more work it just became more and more fun. Its something I would like to do forever.
What is the best part about being a model? It’s just such a great opportunity! Its so fun travelling to new places, meeting new people and of course getting to wear clothes from such amazing brands. I have made so many friends and I just love everything about it!
Which has been your favourite shoot to date? That’s a hard question but I would probably have to say the shoot I have done recently for the FW21 collection for The New Society. It was so much fun and the photographer, David Gomez Maestre was amazing!
Was there any standout or funny moments from your About A Boy editorial shoot with Masha? The whole shoot was super fun and relaxed. It was different for me having my hair styled because normally I have a shaved head so it was fun to see myself with different hairstyles. I also loved the colourful makeup. I got to really be myself and make loads of silly faces and dance around the studio. We laughed a lot!!
If you could work with any brand which would be top on your list? It’s very hard to choose just one. I would definitely love to work with The Animals Observatory and Little Creative Factory. I just love their clothes so much and their campaigns are always really exciting and unique!
Which is your top fashion magazine/blog? Do you really need to ask??!! Junior Style London of course!! The editorials are so cool and it’s amazing that you give opportunities to models from all over the world!
Which are your favourite fashion brands? I love so many but my favourites come from right here in Spain. The Animals Observatory, Little Creative Factory, Bobo Choses, Y Porque and The New Society.
Which models, do you look up to for inspiration? I look up to many of the other models at Sugar Kids and other agencies around the world. They inspire me to work hard and I hope one day to be modelling for many cool brands like they are.
What is your favourite item in your closet? My mule dungarees from the SS20 collection from The Animals Observatory. I wore them in an editorial for Lemon Magazine and then I just had to get myself a pair. They are so fun, I love them!
Who is your role model? My Dad. He inspires me every day because he works so hard and he is always encouraging and supporting me. He tells me that above everything that you should always be kind.
Do you speak any languages other than Spanish? I speak English, Spanish and Catalan.
If you could have 3 wishes, what would they be? The first would probably be the same wish as everyone at the moment, for Covid to go away and for the world to go back to normal. The second would be that everyone in the world could at least have a home and food to eat. It makes me really sad to see people living outside especially in winter when it’s so cold. And the last wish…..I would love one day to take my family to Disney World! I am saving up the money I earn from modelling to try and make this wish come true!
What do you like to do in your spare time? I attend the Pauline Quirke Academy of performing arts where I act, dance and do musical theatre. I also love playing Minecraft and playing with my new puppy Max.
What is the last book your read & film you saw? The last book I read was the very first book in the Geronimo Stilton Series. I have read lots of the books but had never been able to find the first one and I just got it for Christmas. It’s a Spanish series about a detective mouse that I really like a lot. The last film I saw was actually my own! It was on at the cinema here in Mallorca and we went to the premiere. I even had an interview on the red carpet! It was so cool to see myself on the big screen and the best thing is that all the proceeds are going to charity!
Thank you so much to Junior Style London for this fantastic opportunity and to Masha, Sofia and Sandra, the amazing team that made this editorial possible.
About A Boy Crew Credits:
Photographer: Masha Tiutiunnikova
Model: Dylan Torrell Robertson @dylantorrellactormodel, represented by Sugar Kids Agency
Stylist: Sofia Achikhmina @sofia_achikhmina
HMUA: Sandra @sanmkup sponsored by ICON Mon ICON Team
Special thanks to Milk Comunicacion
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