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?
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.
To inquire about rates or to request a quote, please forward relevant project info to Philip or give us a call.
Clients include: Insight Creative Group, Beyond Theory Creative, Film Yard Productions, Kaia Health, CareerTech, Visit McCurtain County, 988 Oklahoma, Devon Energy, ONIE Project, University of Oklahoma, Oklahoma State University, Jones + Davis Family Law, Nobleman Magazine, 405 Magazine, Sugarillashop.com, John Martinez Productions, Oscar de la Renta, Saks Fifth Avenue, Miami Fashion Week
– Commercial/film/television: set work + pull/return
– Print advertising: set work + pull/return
– Runway/informal/trunkshow: casting, style-out + production
– Editorial/lookbook: casting, styleout + production
– E-commerce: on-figure, flats + product
Commercials (clockwise from top left): Kaia Health – props and wardrobe, ONIE Project – wardrobe, OK CareerTech – wardrobe, McCurtain County – wardrobe, 988 Oklahoma – wardrobe, Goose – props
– Consultation + need assessment
– Conceptualization + storyboarding
– Production + crew recruitment/allocation
– Project execution + asset management
– Runway/informal/trunk show: casting, styling + production
– Editorial/lookbook: casting, styling + production
– Editorial – publication + lookbook
– Product – e-comm + propped
– Advertising + social content
Published works: Artells Magazine, G’Maro Magazine, Mehron Cosmetics, Marika Magazine, Selin Magazine, Hunter Magazine, Vivier Magazine, Vogue Paris, Oh La La Magazine, Salyse Magazine, Elegant 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 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.