What is a one-on-one Orientation?

This is our chance to get to know you, what your goals are as an actor, and what you want to focus on for your reel. This allows us to be as thorough as possible to get you exactly what you want.


What to Bring

First and foremost, please bring some concepts that you’d like to work with. Some sample questions to get you started are:

1. Is there a special talent that you want to feature, like an accent or a skill?

2. What is your “type” and do you want to feature that, or show another side of yourself?

3. What kind of movie do you want to be cast in?

If you want to work on a specific script, please have that on hand so we can read it (digital copy is fine). No more than 2 pages.

Lastly, bring your calendar so we can schedule your shoot!


What to Expect

Once we get an idea of what you want, we’ll have a collaborative brainstorm of what your scene(s) entail. If you’re bringing in your own scene from a movie, be prepared for minor adjustments. After all, we don’t just want to recreate the movie! Then we’ll set a schedule for your rehearsal and shoot date, and you’ll pay a deposit that is deducted from the overall balance.

If you’re getting a custom scene written for you, you can expect a first draft within 7 days. We’ll make some adjustments and send a final draft in time for you to memorize your lines. 

Because of time constraints, there’s only 1 rewrite.



Ready to shoot? 

Reach out to us or visit our bookings page for more information on our availability.