My 6 year old toddler has been modeling since he was 4 months old.
He is signed with Teri B Agency.
Hunter has photographed for:
My 18 month old has been modeling since she was 2 months old.
Phoenix has photographed for:
MODELING DURING A PANDEMIC
DO NOT fret everyone is being super cautious and careful during COVID!
Phoenix is already signed to an agent and has worked on two projects in her short 2 months. We are very blessed to work with an excellent agency who sent us plans on how each client is addressing social distancing and sanitizing during fittings and shoots. There are new rules and expectations during shoots and it is all set up to assure the safety of the child, the parents and their staff. It is a different way of doing things, but it all feels very safe and that is what matters most for me.
Therefore, if you are interested in having your child model go ahead and take the steps to have them started as things are not on hold, the opportunities are available and it there is no time like the present.
While being a child model is fun, it is time consuming and daunting at times.
Truthfully, the hardest part is getting started and getting the child signed to an agency, People are always asking how to get their child into modeling and it is a tedious process, but it is worth the time. I find that the most incredible feeling is seeing your child in print, on a huge billboard or in a store front.
I wrote Booking: A Step-by-Step Guide for parents who don't know where to begin to get their child performer in the business. My e-book includes contacts for agencies in over five cities, checklists to help you stay organized, and inside information you would not find anywhere else.
Don't waste another second waiting for your child to be discovered. Get started today and help your child start earning cash doing what they love now.
We are currently living through a pandemic and every parent is struggling to keep a sense of normalcy for their child. Children are enduring this with us and it is not easy for them either! In an effort to have our kids interact with their friends and have fun we accepted the #DONTRUSHCHALLENGE.
This challenge allows us to also promote the importance of staying home so that we can stay safe, remain healthy and eventually resume our normal lives.