Young and adorable Carson L was cast in a music video for rapper D-Sisive. Carson will be playing the young version of Mineshine, D-Sisive’s life-long friend. Kudos to Carson for landing this role, which has had a huge influence on the rapper’s life and career. Stay tuned for the music video!
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MAX Agency model Valerie R. will be auditioning for a spot in a Fantastic Hair Accessory commercial just in time for the holidays.
Our young talent Cody G. is auditioning for the role of a young male in a Canada Protection Plan commercial. Canada Protection Plan is one of Canada’s leading suppliers of life and health insurance and are know for their strong advertising presense.
We also have Rhyan V. auditioning for the role of a basketball played in a Tourism Toronto print ad.
We wish the best of luck all MAX talent who are busy auditioning this week and can’t wait to report on their success.
Think you have what it takes to be part of our roster? Visit www.maxagency.com to fill out an online application or contact us directly at 416 482 5392
Max Agency Toronto would like to welcome Ella to our roster. Ella is a 7 year old beauty who shown interest in the industry for quite some time. After seeing Selena Gomez perform, Ella has been keen on following her footsteps. Ella has a mixed nationality of Macedonian, Indian and Portugese. She can speak Macedonian, too! When she’s not doing her schoolwork, Ella likes to play the guitar and write lyrics. Already a lead in Choir and taking piano and dance lessons, she is excited to join the industry! She does her best at everything and is ecstatic about her first booking!
Think you have what it takes to be a part of MAX’s roster? Visit www.maxagency.com to fill out an application or call directly at 416-482-5392
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Your skin truly reflects the old saying, “You are what you eat.” If you eat a healthy diet, full of fruits, vegetables, grains, and proteins, with less red meats and processed foods, your skin will look healthy. Your body is finely turned to absorb your nutrition from GI tract and then deliver that energy to your skin and other vital organs. However, there are some foods that actually work better on your skin.
Food fix for crow’s feet: Sweet potato and yogurt mash
Sweet potatoes are a brilliant source of so many good things. They are super high in vitamin A, which boosts collagen. They are a surprising source of minerals such as copper, which helps the formation of new collagen to reduce wrinkles. They are rich in selenium, and diminish the wrinkles. Boil the sweet potato for 20-30 minutes; mash with a fork or potato masher; stir in a quarter cup of full-fat plain yogurt; cool until comfortable to touch. The yogurt will exfoliate, calm and moisturize. Together, the sweet potato and yogurt will smooth and moisturize the skin, and the crow’s feet will look better right away.
Food fix for flakey skin: Avocado and honey
Flakey skin can be the result of dry skin. Mash the fruit of an avocado with one tablespoon of honey. When it is a paste-like consistency, spread over the dry, flakey areas and cover with the cool washcloth pre-soaked with green tea. The avocado is lush with fatty oils that will seal the skin surface and begin the healing process. Honey will exfoliate away the dead skin, protect against bacterial infections, and reduce inflammation. Leave this on for 10-20 minutes and wipe off gently.
Food Fix for Puffy Eyes: Tofu
The quickest trick is to place extra firm tofu patches, cut a half-inch thick, under each eye for 10 minutes a day for two weeks. The soy in tofu has been shown to increase collagen. Also, soy contains flavonoids that have been shown to decrease sun damage. Combined, these will smooth and heal the skin. The sheer weight of the tofu patch will help press the swelling out of the area. Bonus: Follow this by doing 40 jumping jacks to rev up your circulation and drain the puffiness away!
As another busy week at Max begins we’ve got new and exciting auditions to report on. Two of our talented actors Shayla D. and Chelsea-Sarah are auditioning for primary roles in an independent short film entitled “Niagara.” The film takes place on an old boat and after the passengers and captain notice something suspicious ahead in the water the morning dawns and reveals only one woman left aboard. We wish the best of luck to our actors and are excited to see how this eerie films pans out.
Also auditioning this week are MAX Agency models Gina, Aggi, Natisha and Jessica for a Dairy Farmers Of Canada print ad. The group represents dairy farmers living on over 13,500 farms across Canada and is known for their strong advertising presence and we are thrilled for our models to have a chance to appear in a national ad.
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The week is off to a great start at MAX Agency Toronto with a variety of our talent auditioning for jobs. First off, we would like to wish the best of luck to our six talented actors Susan, Nancy, Rebecca,Megan, Mitchell and Mikk who will all be auditioning for various roles in a Project Digital Online Video. Also auditioning this week is our young and talented Brook M. for the role of Cleo in a short film entitled “The Intergalactic Space Adventures Of Cleo And Anouk.” Brook M’s quirkiness and confidence is sure to be perfect for the role of Cleo, an eccentric nine-year-old self proclaimed space adventurer. We also have Sal, Joseph, Tommy and Hayden auditioning for a Heart and Stroke Foundation print ad. These are just a few of the auditions our talent will be attending this week and we look forward to reporting on their success!
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MAX Agency Toronto is pleased to have Caribbean beauty Kimoy Dixon join us. Kimoy is 21 years old and studying Hotel Management at George Brown College.
She was born and raised on the island of Bermuda and moved to Toronto almost a year ago. Kimoy enjoys spending her free time reading mystery books, writing poetry, cycling and cooking. She has also spent about 12yrs dancing ballet, modern and liturgical dance.
After receiving many compliments and comments about looking into modeling, she finally decided to take a step into the industry.
Kimoy loves being in front of the camera, and having her picture taken. In the future she plans to finish school, advance in the modeling industry and open up her own business, preferably in the food and beverage industry.
Think you have what it takes to be part of MAX Agency Toronto? Visit www.maxagency.com for more info or reach us at 416 482 5392
MAX Agency Toronto is excited to announce the addition of Dora Somody to the roster. Dora enjoys being with friends and family and has recently become very interested in Ecological Studies in which she hopes to one day peruse a career. Dora is interested in modeling and acting as a fun way to meet new people and also become more social.
We look forward to reporting on Dora’s future success!
If you would like to join the MAX Agency Toronto roster visit www.maxagency.com for more information or contact us at 416-482-5392
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If you are a professional model, a photographer will most likely guide you through a variety of model poses throughout the photo shoot. But if you are an inspiring model and are still working your way up to the top—you may have to control your poses to ensure great headshots and sample modeling photographs.
Live show models, promo models, photographic models, and runway models all rely on professional model poses to succeed. Whether you aspire to appear in print magazines or fashion shows and Hollywood movies; if you want to be a model, pay special attention to this insider guide to modeling poses.
Although sometimes concentration enhances a good photograph, obvious concentration can distract and often ruin a good photograph as well. Do not hold your breath for a modeling pose; always remember to breathe and appear at ease.
Bad posture is an unrecognized flaw in many people. However, for models, posture is a harmful flaw. Always remember to keep your back straight and your shoulders up. Slouching affects the mood of the photograph and enlarges the appearances of your stomach. In addition to your back and shoulders, always remember to flex your stomach muscles. Despite your weight or state of shape, your abdomen will appear more toned if you flex.
Symmetry is officially out in the modeling world. When posing, make sure to differentiate your arms and legs with asymmetrical poses. If you have one arm long and straight by your side, make sure the other arm is bent. Whether a big or small angle, the bend will make the modeling pose look more real and less artificial. Continue the asymmetry to your legs. If one leg is locked straight, give the other leg a casual bend.
Although the camera is the ultimate focal point of a modeling photo shoot, great models do not look directly into the camera. To enhance the quality of your photo shoot, look away from the camera with a mix of head and eye poses. Looking off to the right or left side, or tiling your neck to either side can help you avoid direct eye contact with the camera. In many cases, your head and neck can remain stationary in your modeling pose—and your eyes can do all the work. Head and eye positions, coupled with personable facial expressions make for great model poses.
If you are sitting down during your photo shoot—don’t think it’s ok to slack off. In fact, sitting photo shoots require a lot of extra work. If you are sitting down or reclining, it’s important to put your eight on the back of one thigh, rather than distributing your weight equally on both thighs. If you roll one hip up from the ground or surface, shifting your weight will be simple. This pose results in a slimming effect that you don’t want to miss out on.
If you have a naturally beautiful smile—show your pearly whites with pride, just not every time. If you smile in each modeling pose, modeling agents will notice your lack of versatility, not your smile. To add variety to your modeling poses, try switching up your smile with a cute frown, a bratty bout, a friendly laugh, or even an edgy scowl. Your facial expressions can make or break your modeling poses. Let your smile show, but make sure to show what else you can do.
Keep these insider model posing tips in mind during your next professional model photo shoot to ensure you blow the photographer away. Whether you’re a trained expert or an ambitious beginner, all models have the ability to excel in photo shoots. Focus on your posture, attitude, and facial expressions to succeed beyond your wildest expectations.
This week is off to a great start for MAX Agency Toronto with four modeling jobs to report on. Congratulations to Toronto models Susan, Nancy, Kristine and Regina who have all booked jobs with the Shopping Channel.
The Shopping Channel is Canada’s only 24-hour broadcast retailer carrying common brand name items ranging from fashion to jewellery and household items that can be purchased either by telephone or online.
Shooting for the show is set to start at the end of this week and we look forward to seeing our talented models on TV!
With the holiday season right around the corner, MAX Agency Toronto talent are busier than ever with auditions. Think you have what it takes to be part of our agency this season? For more information visit www.maxagency.com or contact us at 416-482-5392