SHE might only be 18-months-old, but Tae'ejah Skye Dorward from Old Bar is already gaining attention from the modelling world.
The toddler has been selected from 10,000 other babies to represent the Paul Frank Dream Team, which consists of six children across three different age groups.
Tae'ejah has been picked as the 0-2 girl. She and her mother Kristen were flown to Sydney for a two-day shoot with Big W and Pacific Magazines.
In late October she will appear in ads and catalogues nationwide, seen in all Big W stores across Australia and New Zealand, featured in Big W's meet the winners page, and printed in several magazines, over the next 12 months.
Kristen had submitted a photograph of Tae'ejah to the online competition, the first online Paul Frank model search held in Australia.
She said it was about seven weeks later that she was contacted and informed Tae'ejah had been successful.
Weary from her plane trip, the first day of photos on the two-day shoot were unsuccessful, and once she had worked for the regulated two hours that is permitted by law, it was left until the following day.
The second day of photos went very well.
"It was amazing. They put on Giggle and Hoot music and she had fun," said Kristen.
Tae'ejah is no stranger to modelling.
Born on the Central Coast, she was six-months-old when she started to model and was signed to the Bump Models agency.
She has modelled with various companies and been featured in magazines and online stores wearing Dollcake, Baby Gap, Guess and Bao Bab, and is on on several clothing websites and magazines.
Kristen said while she was reluctant at first to introduce her daughter to modelling, Tae'ejah is enjoying herself.
"She loves it. She totally owns her role as a baby model."