Madeline’s modelling career began when she attended her first photo shoot and posted the photos to a public figure Facebook page, overnight the post went viral. The photo was viewed over 7.2 million times, which hit global headlines in Iceland, Germany, the US, Australia, Mexico, Cuba, and the UK. Madeline now boasts over a million followers across her social media platforms and a readership of over 50 billion.
Madeline has partnered with numerous famous brands, including Diesel, Aldo Group, JBronze by Jennifer Hawkins, FabFitFun, Tommy Hilfiger, and Modcloth. She has been featured in Vogue, Marie Claire, People, Paper, Cosmopolitan, and New York Times. Madeline has walked in over 100 fashion shows across the globe including: New York Fashion Week for the past 8 seasons, London Fashion Week, Paris Fashion Week, Mercedes Benz Fashion Week China, Astrakhan Fashion week Russia, Runway Dubai, and more.
In 2015, Madeline was awarded the Model of the Year Award at International Fashion Show Melange and named Model of the Year for 2016 by World Fashion Media. In 2017, she launched her fashion collection, “21 Reasons Why.” In 2016, she received the Advocacy Award for her work in Uganda from Kulture City, and in 2017, she won GLOBAL’s Quincy Jones Exceptional Advocacy Award.
In 2019, Madeline was the runner up at the Global Social Awards in Prague in the category of Social Impact and Change, she received the Inspirational Achievement award from Runway of Dreams and was one of the 25 women under 25 in Australia. One of Madeline’s proudest moments to date was getting her 01 Working Visa for the US, making her the only person in history with an intellectual disability to do this. Not bad for someone only 5 years into building what has become an enviable career! In 2020, Madeline was the feature of the documentary “Maddy the Model,” which follows her journey in the fashion industry.
Madeline provides other models and members of society hope, inspiration and most importantly the opportunity to succeed within this industry.