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About us

With over 10 years combined experience in the adult entertainment industry, Marconi Studios is well placed to create content for well-known brands across the UK. We are a full production house, in that we acquire talent, produce and then edit the content for distribution.

Brand holders can be confident that our team can deliver exception results, that you will be pleased to put your brand name on.

Feel free to contact us at contact@marconistudios.co.uk

Meet the team

Charlie – Operations Manager

Charlie is our Operations Manager, and handles all the day-to-day running of the business. Charlie oversees Emma’s role in Production and Connor’s in Talent. His job is to make sure Marconi Studios functions as a well-oiled machine, and is quick to fix any broken parts!

Emma – Production Manager

Emma is our Production Manager. Working with her assistants, Emma is in charge of all production matters. Emma plans pre-production, manages the production on the day and oversees post-production of editing at the end, before the content is reviewed by Charlie.

Connor – Talent Manager

Connor is our Talent Manager. Working with his model scouts, Connor is always seeking to acquire new talent for our productions. However, his job does not stop there. Connor is also very keen in ensuring that all talent are happy throughout their journey with the studio, as he understands that the best models are the ones who enjoy their time, and come back again and again.

Modelling tips

  1. Never pay for a portfolio. This is one of the oldest tricks in the book. Never pay somebody to create a ‘portfolio’ for you. Most respectable modelling companies will be happy to accept ‘amateur’ photographs, such as those a friend can take for you, or that you can take through a mirror. There is no need to pay for a portfolio and other services such as image retouching.
  2. Agency representation. Never pay an agency upfront to find you work. More reputable agencies will take a small fee of any work they find for you, and therefore, there is nothing to lose. However, many agencies will make you sign length contracts that result in you paying money for nothing!
  3. Everyone is a photographer. Anybody can buy a digital camera nowadays. Consider carefully before working for anybody like this, as you are unlikely to be participating in a professional, safe, and lawful shoot. Further, many models find out too late that they will never actually get paid for the shoot.
  4. Take a friend along. There is no legitimate reason why a studio would not allow a friend to come along on the day. Unless, they have something to hide, there should be no issues with bringing somebody along with you, if you wish.
  5. Be professional. Whilst a healthy diet, exercise, general grooming and TLC are all important, to be successful in this industry, you need to be professional at all times. This means prompt, open and honest communication, always being on time, and having a general positive attitude. Competition in this field is very fierce, and so standards expected are very high.