Do you have a manager, agent or representative who helps you sign or close deals? Why or why not? If you do have one, how did you find them and how did you know they were the right one for you? These are some of the questions we asked some very talented folks from the community and we’ve shared their responses below.
I got my 1st agent around 2004, I was new to film acting. I had done one indie film with a very short scene and had Theater experience from school. My agent at the time thought I had potential and took a chance on me. He tried to teach me the industry, what to look out for, and started me with small gigs. Most gigs were out of town because my agency was a small company that was about 3 hours from me and did mostly local gigs. Read more>>
Amy Brewer at Metamorphosis Literary Agency is my agent. If you’re unfamiliar with the querying process to secure an agent, it’s very challenging. I didn’t sign with Amy until after my first novel was published by a small press. In order to publish with bigger publishers that have a wider distribution reach, you must have a literary agent. Read more>>
Yes, in Los Angeles and San Francisco, CA. Both agencies are both for commercial (on-camera and print) and modeling. I’m married to an active duty service member in the military. I connected with my LA agenct when I came to California after my partner received military orders to deploy outside the country. Read more>>