Max made his modelling debut nearly 12 years ago, gracing the cover of GQ Style and subsequently Italian Vogue.
Max was announced as the new Britain’s Next Top Model judge alongside Abbey Clancy and Nicky Johnston. The show aired on Lifetime in Autumn 2017. He also appeared in King Arthur, directed by Guy Ritchie, which premiered in May 2017.
Other television work includes E4’s Walk of Shame Shuttle, which aired in 2017 and E4’s The Work Experience.
Max has shot campaigns for Dolce & Gabbana, Diesel, Agent Provocateur, Gieves and Hawkes and for eight incredible seasons was an honoured member of the iconic Hilfiger family. Max’s diverse look and infectious personality has also garnered him work with high street heavyweights including John Lewis, Levis and H&M.
He also enjoyed runway success at all major fashion weeks around the world, walking for the likes of Tom Ford, Vivienne Westwood, Michael Kors, Paul Smith, Galliano and Dolce & Gabbana as well as appearing in the Clothes Show Live Main Stage Show for 5 consecutive years. It is on that stage that he met his wife, former Pussycat Doll, Kimberly Wyatt.
Max has frequently worked behind the camera and has written and directed successful short films. In 2013 Max’s short film Tea For Two was shown at the BAFTA qualifying Aesthetica film festival. Max followed up Tea For Two with his short films: Things to do Before you Die and The Red Pillow, winning a further award at Best Shorts. Max is currently writing his first feature: Gutter, due to be filmed in 2018.
Max has supported the Environmental Justice Foundation for the past eight years and is also an advocate for a environmentally sustainable lifestyle.