In addition to booking, development and placement at PRIM, Philip Ryan Creative offers a variety of services to help you enhance your next visual project. Need to make your product pop or create a cohesive wardrobe narrative for your next video project?
We’re here to help.
Utilizing their background in art, fashion marketing and journalism, Philip can help bring cohesion to your ideas, craft a narrative that speaks to your market and create balance that keeps your product in focus.
Clients include: Insight Creative Group, Beyond Theory, Film Yard Productions, Kaia Health, John Martinez Productions (Oscar de la Renta, Saks Fifth Avenue, Miami Fashion Week), CareerTech, 405 Magazine, Sugarillashop.com, Visit McCurtain County, Mercedes Benz of Oklahoma, ONIE Project, University of Oklahoma, Jones + Davis Family Law, Nobleman Magazine, Oklahoma State University Dept. of DHM
wardrobe + Prop styling
– E-commerce: on-figure, flats + product
– Commercial/Film/Television: set work + pull/return
– Print advertising: set work + pull/return
– Visual merchandising: consult to floor set
– Runway/informal/trunkshow: casting + production
– Editorial/lookbook: casting + production
Creative + Art Direction
– Consultation + need assessment
– Conceptualization + storyboarding
– Production + crew recruitment/allocation
– Project execution + asset management
– Runway/informal/trunkshow: casting, styling + production
– Editorial/lookbook: casting, styling + production
Photography + Retouching
– Editorial – publication + lookbook
– Product – e-comm + propped
– Portraits – seniors, family, individual, corporate + hospice
– Advertising + social content
Published works: Hunter Magazine, Elegant Magazine, Oh La La Magazine, Salyse Magazine, Vivier Magazine, Vogue Paris, The Hunter Magazine
Born in Stillwater, I took interest in clothes watching my grandmothers sew. My focus expanded from clothes to models, as a result of Tim Walker’s work with model Lily Cole. I found myself wondering, “Who is she? How did she get there?” After high school, I moved to San Francisco to study fashion journalism and do everything I could to work at an agency.
I spent my early years in SF honing my styling skills as a merchandiser. Then I overheard a classmate say she was finishing up an internship at an agency. I sent my resume the next day. Simultaneously, I got a lead about an opportunity in Miami, so I submitted my resume there and waited. In the same day, I accepted both opportunities and everything changed.
I started at the agency as an intern, then assistant, then agent. Not long after starting there, I flew to Miami to work under a runway producer, who then invited me to work in LA, then to my first show in NY at Oscar de la Renta, where I worked alongside top casting directors, stylists, artists and models for the next five years.
Working New York Fashion Week, an encounter with a pair of well known mother agents, chaperoning a new face through her first season sparked something in me. I knew that models needed advocates, guides, and allies in the business and knew in that instant that this is what I wanted to do.
After graduating, I returned to Oklahoma and found that my philosophy of business, of being a hands-on mother agent, was not represented here, so in January of 2015, Philip Ryan International Model Management was formed.