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Friday, November 25, 2011

Answering a Reader Question #240

Caroline Wrote:

That is great, thank you so much! And I, like you, live in the Bay Area. I am close enough to San Francisco that I could definitely get there in under an hour, but if you know of any other agencies around San Francisco that'd be great too. Thank you for the help!!

Hi, Caroline...you're very welcome! Yay, another local blog reader that's close to me! :-) I totally need to do a Bay Area meet and greet soon! Okay, so now that I know that info, below are modeling agencies that have commercial/print/lifestyle divisions. Remember, visit the websites for each agency in order to see what their guidelines for submission are. Unlike other markets, not all San Francisco Bay Area agencies have open casting calls.

Boom Models & Talent

Look Model Agency

JE Model
(The box for the requirements for commercial/print models isn't working on the site so you'll have to call/email them to inquire how you can submit yourself for that division...because it isn't available on their site it's okay to contact them for this)

Scout Model and Talent Management

Stars Model Management
(You'll have to snail mail your submission along with a headshot and cover letter. Make sure to state in your cover letter that you want to be represented for commercial/print)

Halvorson Model Managment (San Jose, CA)

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