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Friday, January 6, 2012
Quick Tip #28
For: Male & Female Models
Have you submitted your headshot, resume and photos to a gig online and have been invited to the actual casting? Congrats! However, make sure you're prepared. It is a must to always bring a copy of your headshot (printed on 8"x10" photo paper) and your resume (if you have one) to the actual casting--even if you have already provided the client with this info via email. Just because a client doesn't tell you to bring these materials, means that you should go without anything to turn in. If they don't want them, then that's okay--you can use it for another casting in the future.
Having your headshot and/or resume available is great for helping clients place the name with the face and also prevents them from having to go online and search through all the emails in order to remember who you are. It just makes things more convenient for the client and shows professionalism on your part.