Teresa Moore Kiwi Supermodel Judges New Zealand Next Top Model
Teresa Moore started her career in modeling when she was in high school in Auckland New Zealand, after being approached by Sara Tetro, owner and agent of 62 Models.
She is known for her talent in front of the camera and has worked with famous photographers like Pamela Hanson, Solve Sundsbo, Ruven Afanador and others. Teresa Moore is booked regularly for her perfect hourglass proportions, personality and almond shaped brown eyes.
Teresa Moore is a Kiwi model that became a professional model after a Model Scout from the US took her for a two month trial in her school holidays. She was the top earner in the New Face division and decided to move to New York permanently to pursue her modeling career.
She has signed modeling contracts with world’s prominent fashion agencies including 62 Models, Traffic Models (Barcelona), Women Management (New York and Milan), Chic Management (Sydney), Elite Models (Sweden), Union Models (London) and several others. Also, she has shot campaigns and advertising for various brands through TV commercials as well as print media.
Teresa Moore has featured in countless magazine editorials like Marie Claire, Cosmopolitan, Harpers Bazaar and Spanish Vogue and on the covers of publications such as Elle and W magazine.
She has worked for world’s leading companies like L’Oreal Group, Victoria Beckham Denim, Aveda Corporation, Wella, Levi Strauss & Co., Ann Taylor, Triumph International, Bloomingdales, Marks and Spencer and Saks Fifth Avenue. Additionally, she also advertised for Sephora, Ralph Lauren and Diesel.
E! TV Channel selected Teresa Moore as the “Sexiest Woman in New Zealand”. She impressed one and all with her beauty, style, dedication and positive outlook towards life.
She took time out of her busy schedule in Europe and the States to return to New Zealand to shoot the Moontide Swimwear campaign and also has just starred as a guest judge on New Zealand Next Top Model for TV3. She is an inspiration to all Kiwi girls aspiring to be fashion models.