Check out Bella and Sonny in this banner video for NHS!
Ted having fun in his shoot for Pampers!
Check out Kaiden, Myla and Eva’s expressions in this shoot for Piccolo Organic Baby Food!
Stephanie-Rose rocking it in her Lipsy London photoshoot!
Check out twin sisters, Nerys & Delia, in their Marie-Chantal shoot!
1) Keep it updated
It’s so important to ensure all the details on your child’s profile are kept up to date. If they’ve developed a new skill, update. If they’ve changed their hairstyle, new photos. And of course, they’re growing
Most ‘no requirement’ auditions are quick auditions, about 10-15 minutes, and it’s a chance for the casting director to get to know your child, what their personality is like and how well they take direction.
Some good ways
When looking for an agency, you may come across a lot that sa y you need to get a professional portfolio for your child before you can join. These can vary from £400-£700, sometimes even more!
The photos definitely look
1) How do you prepare for an audition?
We tend to try and stick to normal daily routine same as we would at home take what he needs food and drink wise so his day doesn’t change just where we
How many family auditions have you done/how many roles have you actually gotten?
To date, we have been to 5 family auditions and got 2 🙂 Heathrow airport and Dreams. We came so close on Royal Caribbean and Disney those
How do you and Daisy prepare for a self-tape?
When a self-tape brief comes through, I will read it first and ensure that I understand what has been asked for. At this point, if there are any questions I would
1) Firstly, make sure that you’re filming in a well-lit area. Natural daylight is usually preferable as it looks much nicer on camera rather than man-made lighting. It’s also best for your child to be standing against a plain background