New Model Army – Glass meets Jack Mather

Name: Jack Mather
Agency: Premier Model Management
Age: 20
Nationality: British


Jack Mathers. Photograph: Camilla Glorioso

How did you become a model and why?
I became a model at 16 after being scouted at Boardmasters Festival in Newquay. I was scouted by several agencies and I chose to go with Premier.

Have you always wanted to be a model?
I was quite oblivious to the fashion industry but it’s been a fun journey so far and I really enjoy being a model.

Jack Mathers. Photograph: Camilla Glorioso

Who are your heroes in life and in modelling?
I’ve never had heroes as such. Although, that doesn’t mean that I don’t seek inspiration from others. There are a few people I look up to and I keep tabs on their style and what they do but it’s a personal thing.

What is your present state of mind?
Relaxed, composed and focused on my studies and keeping in shape and healthy.

Jack Mathers. Photograph: Camilla Glorioso


What is your idea of happiness?
It definitely comes from your way of thinking and keeping a positive outlook on everything.

How would you like to be perceived by others?
I want others to perceive me as I perceive myself.

Jack Mathers. Photograph: Camilla Glorioso

If you were not a model, what would you be?
Most likely, a fully qualified carpenter. Rather different to modelling, no?

What was the best advice you’ve ever been given and who gave it to you?
A friend once said “just keep doing you”. I really liked that and I took it to heart. It’s good to be authentic.

What do you miss most when you’re travelling?
Actually, when I travel I really enjoy meeting new and interesting people and being able to be in fun and amazing places. I do miss my friends and family but I’m never away for that long.

Jack Mathers. Photograph: Camilla GloriosoJack Mathers. Photograph: Camilla Glorioso

What is your favourite song or songs to walk to?
I’m a huge fan of relaxed/chilled music but I usually just click shuffle and go.

What would you say is the biggest myth or misperception about being a model?
A lot of people say it’s an easy job but that is the biggest myth. It’s hard work (not that I’m complaining!) and what I love about it the most is that you get what you put into it.


What is your opinion of the fashion and modelling industries?
I think the industries are incredible and give people amazing opportunities that they wouldn’t necessarily be able to get.

by Camilla Glorioso

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