1. Invest in your career– Spend the money to get quality headshots. Find a photographer whose style you resonate with and you feel comfortable around. Review the photo packages they offer and make sure that retouching is included. Don’t skimp on hair and makeup either. You want to look your very best the day of the shoot and a superior stylist will be vital in achieving an effortless look.
2. Highlight your successes – A good resume will highlight your greatest achievements. Don’t feel bad about showing off and telling people exactly what you accomplished in your last role. Be actionable, specific, and direct with your information.
3. Showcase your talents – A demo reel is an impressive way to showcase your talents to a casting director. A reel appeals to different senses as they can hear and see your mannerisms. Compile video, stills, and audio of your best performances and have them professionally edited. Light music, a fun intro, and quick edits will grab people’s attention as well as their admiration for your work.
When preparing for your next audition, consider revamping your material to capitalize on professionalism. Attention to detail never goes unnoticed and could a major factor in booking your next gig!
By: Mason O’Brien
Mason O’Brien is the owner and operator of Bluprint coaching, a life coaching service based out of Los Angeles. Mason, “The Practical Coach”, works one-on-one with clients during periods of transition to design the next and best phase of their life! For more details visit Bluprintcoaching.com.