Ella-Rose TempleModel Female Penzance, England, United Kingdom
Mayhem # 2783911
About MeHi I'm Ella.
Bubbly, funny, outgoing, that's me :)
I aspire to be an actress but really enjoy modelling.
In my spare time I like to write poetry, my favorite poet is Dante Basco.
I also volunteer at the charity 'A.C.E' helping give kids in Uganda an education.
I'm 15, soon to be 16 and in year 11. At my school, I'm a prefect, deputy head of my house and I have full colors.
I love to paint and and currently writing a fiction book.
So far in my schooling year I have gotten two GCSE's. I got a 'C' for Science and an 'A' for English.
I have lots of modelling and acting experience. As you can see in my credits page.
I am American but live in Cornwall England, but am free to travel anywhere in England, i.e London, if the circumstances were offered.
I have been all over the world including going to Antarctica at Christmas last year and China this March. I grew up in Australia and New Zealand, but have been to many various country's including Canada, Mexico, Argentina, Greece, etc.
My friends think I should go into stand-up but that's not my cup of tea. I just like to make others smile and brighten their day. Hope you like what you see, if not, never mind, thanks for considering me anyways :)
My school at the time, Freemans Bay, was doing collaboration with children’s television channel nickelodeon, where they chose 6 students out of the entire school to go to the station and watch some new un-released shows and give feedback on them. However, whilst I was there they thought that my appearance and personality was extraordinary so they put me in a performing role. They gave me multiple scripts and I would present the next upcoming shows. I did about thirty short introductions but after that I knew it was something I wanted to continue with.
At this time I was enrolled into a talent agency and shortly afterwards I auditioned to be part of a music video. The video was called ‘Honey Don’t Go - By David Yetton.’ It was a full three days of non-stop shooting and it was my first real job, the wages were $20.00 per day and it was really a fun and enjoyable experience.
Shortly after my appearance in the video on numerous music television channels, I appeared in the television series ‘Let’s Get Inventin’ Season 2, Episode 10, in which they came to my school for shooting and it lasted a week. This was another major point in my early working days that led to headshots being taken and a resume being written up.
Later that year, the talent agency I was enrolled in gave me another trial. I was given a virtual game ‘Pixie-Chicks’ to test out and send in my feedback to them before it was released to the public. I was given $25.00 for my efforts. It was a small job, but everything was helping me further myself experience wise.
Unfortunately as I had just moved country I was no longer with a talent agency, but I knew it was something that I had wanted to do so I got in contact with a modelling agency and as I was determined not to be turned away, I kept trying until finally, I was given a modelling opportunity to be part of a catalogue, but no new offers came because of it, so I focused on schooling for the next few years.
Just before Christmas I went to a community craft fair and volunteered to help sell things for a week. It wasn’t a big job but I gained experience with communication and work conduct, while making over £100 pounds. Others thought I did well and that the experience was beneficial to me as it taught me a lot, even though craft selling is not my first career option.
Then worked for a furniture restoration/sale business. I helped with moving the sale objects and went along to the auctions to seek out bargains and even help get the sales after the pieces have been restored. When customers come in I did the selling, bartering etc. with them. This however is not something I would like to pursue as a career as when the business moved to Plymouth I looked for jobs along the line of more what I want to do.
At this time I have my first real job with a company called ‘JNP Photography.’ At first I started out as a model for the company, to be in pictures they put onto their website, but before long I realised that I also liked being behind the camera, so I asked to be made a part-time employee rather than an occasional model. They were impressed with my initiative so they said yes. I went to the Royal Cornwall Show and took pictures of people and worked at our booth. Recently I have begun modelling more with them and am currently working towards perusing a media career.