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hi everyone ,i know you all hear the same questions over and over, and i have read every thread on here tonight, but i would like to know if there is any agencies on the gold coast besides katz.
i have a beautiful 4.5 month year old girl and would like to seriously start a bit of a bank account for her, i mean we all know how hard it is theses days to do that. in saying that im a bit weary about giving someone 500+ for a chance, you have all said look around but i keep coming up with the same old ones...
can anyone help?
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Hi, i am new to this site too. I have a 20month old and a 3 month old, both girls and am looking for a reliable and truthful agency for my girls too. I haven't had any luck either, they all want money for professional photographs which will cost from $300 and up. I have already spent about $800 on my 20 month old since the day she was born. Putting her photo in competitions and stuff hoping that a talent agent would notice her and be the one they are looking for for a commercial or modelling or something, but no luck yet. If you find any, could you let me know, and I will do the same for you too. Thanks.:)
Just thought I'd let you guys know that Pixie photos with Kmart are running a cutest baby competition you might be interested in. It's 10.95 for the photo (you get to keep it) then $5 entry.
I used to be an actress, and all these "fees" sound pretty suss- most agencies will take on people they think have "talent" without agency fees (or they used to). My agent didn't charge me, and I organised my own headshots with a professional photographer. My husband also modelled, and he agrees. If you are being charged for your kids to go on the books it may or may not be worth it. I've been told by Sydney agencies that kids modelling is really tough- your child needs to be very outgoing, photogenic and really full of personality, and because they change so quickly, you could be up for a lot of headshot costs. If you have joined somewhere and you're not even being sent for any castings within a few months have a long hard think about whether it is worth the money, because you will get casting calls if your child has a look they want.
The idea about the talent quest is a good one- there is a baby show as our local supermarket on Valentine's Day with a $8 entry fee. If you go in those things and start winning, it may be a good way to get an entry to a modelling agency as they can sometimes go to these events for a look, or you can put it on your childs application and it may get you castings...
i was wondering about the $$ also...why should we pay for our children to be the models. arnt they the ones who should be paying us for our childs time, face, energy etce etc..
just my 2 cents!
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