Max Rogers achieved huge worldwide success as a high fashion model with clients such as Tom Ford, Dolce and Gabanna and Tommy Hilfiger, whilst also shooting famous covers for GQ Style and Italian Vogue.
In 2008 Max achieved iconic status when he was named as GQ Man for the Season and in 2014 he was recognised by models.com as one of the top male models in the world when they named him on their 'Money-List'.
‘Max’s Chameleon like ability to give the client exactly what they want is a rare thing indeed.’ (models.com)
‘The new breed of male Supermodel’ (Look Magazine)
Max was announced as the new Britain’s Next Top Model judge alongside Abbey Clancy and Nicky Johnston. The show aired on Lifetime in Autumn 2017.
Other television work includes E4’s Walk of Shame Shuttle, which aired in 2017 and E4’s The Work Experience.
As an actor Max appeared in the feature film King Arthur, directed by Guy Ritchie, as well as E4’s The Work Experience. He has also appeared in commercials directed by Francis Lawrence and Rankin for clients such as Tommy Hilfiger and Equinox. These experiences helped shape his directorial style when moving behind the camera.
His unique experience in fashion and the influence of the people he has worked with, first took him behind the camera when collaborating with Joseph Sinclair to make artistic fashion based short-films. He has since written and directed further successful short films, as well as commercials for the likes of Monster Headphones and music videos for artists such as Dionne Bromfield.
Max’s fashion perspective and experience heavily influences his artistic directorial style when bringing his own writing to life. All of Max’s work reflects an attention to detail with a very specific and considered look, in terms of styling and cinematography. As well as adopting a recognisable style of direction, Max has also developed his own unique and dramatic style of writing, story telling and character development.
In 2013 Max was recognised by the 'Prestige Film Awards' and 'Best Shorts' Awards for the film 'Tea for Two', winning the 'Prestige Short Film-Gold Award', as well as the 'Best Shorts Award of Excellence' in the Entertainment, Drama, Dance and Variety categories. Max also won individual recognition with a 'Best Shorts Award of Merit' for his Direction.
Max recently completed his latest project titled 'The Red Pillow', which is due for release in 2016. This short-film stars Danny Kelly, Kimberly Wyatt and Freddy Bradshaw:
‘Bullied as a child, a self-conscious, desperate man with no grasp of his own identity, struggles to win the respect of his harsh and critical friends before his stress boils over. Seizing an opportunity to impress and earn a sense of status, he makes a vulnerable but beautiful girl his new girlfriend.’
Max was heavily inspired by his time living in New York as well as the artist Edward Hopper, when directing the film.
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