Joseph Sayers is an American fashion model who was born in October 15, 1983 in Lakewood, New York. He is most famous for his nude centrefold for Abercrombie & Fitch Quarterly shot by Bruce Weber but he has worked with many great photographers.
I have been a huge fan of Joseph for a long time – I love his stunning muscular physique which has the right amount of hair in my opinion, and his beautiful face – but I never got around writing down a profile for him.
Joseph played soccer, football and track and he also admits that he did male cheerleading!
Despite being only 5’6” tall, Joseph has experienced great success as a fashion model.
Joseph was originally discovered on the ModelSwim website and was first scouted and signed by agent Adam Silver of Silver Model Management in New York City. Shortly afterward, Sayers also signed with agent Jason Kanner at Major Model Management for fashion modelling work.
Joseph isn’t shy when it comes to taking his clothes off for shoots and you can’t hear me complaining!
Joseph has also fronted notable campaigns for Polo Underwear photographed by Richard Phibbs, DSquared photographed by Steven Klein, and Macy’s.
He was memorably photographed by Steven Klein wrestling with Lucas Kerr for French Vogue.
Joseph has had editorials in Gentlemen's Options by David Byun, Artistic Tile by Joseph Oppedisano, Men’s Journal by Aaron Goodman, Numero by Alexei Hay, Instinct, Cosmo Girl, XY and Blue magazines.
He appeared in a TV commercial for ESPN, an in-store video for Redken and a music video for the Pet Shop Boys.
Joseph has worked with Bruce Weber, Rick Day, Richard Phibbs, Steven Klein, David Byun, Joseph Oppedisano, Aaron Goodman, Randall Mesdon and Tony Duran.
Mattias Vriens for Arena Homme Plus, Todd Oldham for Out Magazine and Joseph Oppedisano for Genre. Contents, Männer, Genre and reFRESH magazines.