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Monday, May 16, 2011
Answering a Reader Question #141
Hi Dania! Gorgeous new banner pic by the way :). I was wondering- I'm attempting to get signed with a Chicago agency called Factor Women. It's a large agency, it and Ford are the two major ones in the Chicago area. If I got signed,and I went to LA for a few days for a competition, would my agent be able to book me work there during the times I'm not competing? Thanks,
Hey, there, Anonymous! Awww, thanks for the compliment on my new pic! I've heard good things about Factor Women. If you were to get signed to them, chances are they would book you for any possible castings in the LA area, if any are open that your look would fit the requirements for. As long as you let them know the days and time frames you'll be available while you're down there, they will take care of the rest.
I once met a model at a casting in San Francisco who was from Texas but traveling to the Bay Area. Her agent set up a round of castings for her to attend while she was there. So those kinds of arrangements definitely happen and could be a possibility for you. Good luck and I really hope you get onto Factor Women's roster!