March 19, 2014

And Another One!

I booked another commercial today!! This is really exciting and I hope that I can keep up the momentum. Two commercials in two weeks?! Yes, please!



I also have a director's session for the lead in a made for tv movie tomorrow and I'm nervous y'all! I went in for this almost a month ago and I forgot what I wore and all of the choices I made in my initial audition, haha. I wish things hadn't moved so slowly, but they JUST attached a director to the film and that's why the process has been so long. Anyway, I'm just going to have to go in there tomorrow and kill it. I'm not even sure if a director's session is the last step in the process or if I'll have to also impress network execs.

I guess I shouldn't be thinking that far ahead.

I just need to focus on the work that I'm doing TOMORROW and not worry about what comes next.

I'm going to have to leave my acting class early in order to make it to my audition on time, but I'm so glad that I have class first. I always feel loose and relaxed after I work in class and the scene that I'm working on is extremely powerful. It's going to ensure that when I head to my callback, I'll be open and emotionally available. *sigh*

Please keep your fingers crossed for me and send me some positive vibes.

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On another note, I've been working on a few videos centered around commercials and some specific tips regarding commercials. I shot a great video the other day but had to scrap the whole thing due to technical issues. Ugh.

Gonna re-shoot this week and try to have it up by Monday. Please comment below if you have any suggestions or requests for what you'd like to see in future videos and blog posts. Thanks!!

9 comments:

  1. Congrars on the booking!!! Some things I would love fo ryou to talk about which I get stuck on is, owning the room Idk.

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  2. Nice! Congrats on the new commercial! Can't wait until this is me! =D

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  3. I didn't see it anywhere on your blog, but did you take improv? And do you know/think it is absolutely necessary to take to start off in commercials/get signed to a commercial agent?

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    1. Yes, I've taken improv classes. I don't believe that ANYTHING is absolutely necessary but having improv experience can certainly help you with your commercial auditions and look nice on your resume.

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  4. Wow congrats on the two bookings! That's so fantastic.
    I'd love to hear your tips on owning an audition that doesn't require much .. talent. Like a SOC. How do you stand out when literally any actor is capable of doing that role!

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    1. Hi Rachael, can you please explain what SOC means?

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  5. Can i go after go costar roles without doing studfent films?

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