Brooklyn Beckham ‘sets his sights on a modelling career by signing up to an agency as he steps away from his photography aspirations’
Brooklyn Beckham has reportedly signed up to a modelling agency and is now said to be eyeing up a career in the fashion industry.
The aspiring photographer, 21, has spent many years behind the camera, and even released his own photography book in 2017, but it has now been claimed he has an interest in getting in front of it.
Reports from The Sun on Wednesday suggest Brooklyn is keen to rebrand his image, and his alleged decision to become a model is seen as a ‘promising move’.
New venture: Brooklyn Beckham (pictured modelling a BVLGARI watch) has ‘set his sights on a modelling career by signing up to an agency’, it was reported on Wednesday
A source speaking to the publication claimed: ‘Brooklyn has a recognisable face now and is in high demand in the fashion world, especially as he’s the son of David and Victoria.
‘He has got one of the industry’s leading names to help build him up and bag him lucrative deals.’
MailOnline contacted Brooklyn’s representatives, who declined to comment.
Brooklyn’s photography career has seen him work with several renowned companies over the years, and he even got behind the camera for his own photoshoot in Icon Magazine in March.
Change: Reports have suggested Brooklyn (pictured in 2018) is keen to rebrand his image, and his decision to become a model is seen as a ‘promising move’ after his photography aspirations
The eldest son of David and Victoria Beckham has also previously forayed into the world of modelling, as he’s modelled products from his dad’s brand DB Eyewear.
In August last year, Brooklyn was said to have left his colleagues stunned over his ‘lack of basic skills’ during his internship with Rankin.
He embarked upon the dream internship in July after the legendary snapper Rankin was impressed with Brooklyn’s photo of Sir David Attenborough in Africa.
Not the first time: The eldest son of David and Victoria Beckham has also previously forayed into the world of modelling, as he’s modelled products from his dad’s brand DB Eyewear
But Brooklyn – who has previously shot campaigns for Burberry and published his own photography book – was said to be struggling with the first days of the intense internship – with colleagues claiming he has to be treated like a complete novice.
A source told The Sun in July: ‘Everyone knew Brooklyn’s work needed fine tuning but no one knew his knowledge of the simplest tasks was so off.
‘Everyone had high hopes for him but it’s not been the most impressive start. He’s lacking in most areas. But he’s trying to make up for it in enthusiasm.’
Meanwhile, in July 2018 Brooklyn quit his New York photography course at the world-renowned Parsons School of Design because he ‘missed’ his family in the UK.
Aspiring photographer: Brooklyn’s photography career has seen him work with several renowned companies over the years, and he released his own book in 2017
He told pals months before that he wanted to leave – according to the Mirror, but decided to stick it out to the end of term.
An insider told the publication: ‘It sounds as if he was truly homesick and was feeling lonely out there.
‘He adores his family, in the end it was the lure to come back to them all that swung it – and the prospect of a terrific internship.
‘Victoria is absolutely delighted at the news and couldn’t contain herself when it was all coming to plan – to have Brooklyn back under the same roof is a dream come true for her.’
Experience: Despite his aspirations, in August last year Brooklyn was said to have left his colleagues stunned over his ‘lack of basic skills’ during his internship with Rankin
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