Beautiful Town. Beautiful People

Summerland is a small town that sits prettily in amongst orchards of apples, peaches and cherries, right in the heart of BC’s wine country. Visually Summerland rivals places renowned for their beauty – think Napa Valley, or the Chianti region in Italy.

Storyboard Model Management is a boutique model management company representing a select group of models. The company’s focus is on procuring new and exceptional talent to work with long term. Keeping it boutique size ensures that we can offer our models the best opportunities as well as affording us the time to work with them to help maximize their potential.

There is no fee to our models when we do the photography for their portfolios, nor is there a fee to the model for the styling of the photo shoots. We believe in their talent which is why we will create the necessary tools for engaging potential clients – at no cost to the model.

Storyboard Model and Talent Management was created by an Okanagan photographer and graphic designer, Stephanie Seaton, who recognized the need to be able to provide outstanding models to clients in Vancouver and for the growing local wine country tourism industry in the Okanagan Valley. Stephanie Seaton is a professional photographer with a background in graphic design and advertising. Stephanie’s background combined with mutually and instinctively understood goals facilitates strong relationships with both Storyboard models and its clients. Having been on the design end of advertising, as well as behind the camera, at Storyboard Models and Talent Management, we have a clear understanding of how to achieve results for our clients. And being results-driven with effective visuals, we work on pairing the right face with the appropriate client and campaign.

We are also working to build relationships with modelling agencies in select regions. The goal for Storyboard Model Management is to create successful models who can work both locally and internationally and to ensure that our models are well looked after. Let’s talk about what and who we bring to the table.