Sculfor's grandfather was John Hawkridge, a decorated British sergeant in the Second World War, who owned a number of market stalls in the famous East End’s Roman Road And Rathbone Street markets.
The judges included Tandy, the owner of Select Model Management and Gary Stretch.
Sculfor's first modeling job was for The Face magazine and in the autumn of 1993, Sculfor worked alongside Bridget Hall on the winter/fall 1993 campaign for Banana Republic, shot by prolific photographer Bruce Weber.
The campaign featured on billboards all over New York’s Times Square.
Sculfor has lived all over the world, including London, Milan and Hollywood, where he lived from 2007 until 2011.
He currently divides his time between New York and London.
Between the ages of eight to ten, Sculfor studied gymnastics, and when he was 10, he joined the Dagenham Boxing Club.He had one competitive fight for them, at 15, which was a late start in the boxing world.He then join the Alma Boxing Club and competed with them for the next three years.As a schoolboy, Sculfor boxed at the British Championships and reached the semi-final.In his teenage boxing career, he won the Northeast London title and the South East England title.Between the ages of 12 to 14, he also competed as a schoolboy in the trampoline event and finished in the top three for three years in a row.