Put our expertise to work for you. At Michele Marie and Company's, we are proud to have received the following recognition for our contributions to the community as a premier provider of services in Los Angeles, San Diego, Santa Rosa, Chicago, and New York.
What should I expect working with you?
We provide you services to assist in talent and modeling agencies signing and booking you for a variety of job such as print, runway, on-camera, TV/Film roles, and other promotional work.
Am I guaranteed work?
No, this industry an agency has the right to select models and other talent that meet their needs. The agency has the final decision regarding selection. They will provide feedback. 
Is there weekend work?
Sometimes, there is weekend work. Film and Print jobs are typically Monday - Friday and vary in length from 2-8 hour jobs. 
What is an agent "VS" manager?

Agencies represent many talented models and clients and obtain 20% of the work you book. You can have any agency without having a manager. It is rare to have a manager without an agency. 

​A model and talent agency works with a casting office or modeling agency. Casting directors and modeling agencies work with us source or to find talent.
Who does MMCO represent?
We represent ages 6 months to 40 years in the Commercial, Print, High Fashion, Acting, Singing, and Dancing Divisions. We look for body style (HWP - height weight proportions) and experience.
What do I need to have to be marketable?
Modeling jobs require a portfolio or look-book of professional pictures of a variety of looks, a Composite (Comp) card, and a résumé. Acting jobs require an 8x10 professional headshot and résumé. Increasingly, online porfolios are replacing hard copy portfolios as a web-presence makes previewing talent more efficient. 
Can I bring other people to my audition?
If you are under 18, yes, to have a parent/guardian with you. If you are over 18, it is not recommended to bring friends along. It is not considered professional. Audition notices are sent out with minimal notice in this industry. Be urgent in responding and attending.
Is it true that Model-Talent Companies charge a fee?

Yes, Talent or Model Management companies ARE NOT agencies. You should be willing to make an initial investment in launching your career. 

You will invest in a comp card. A comp card is the models equivalent of a business card. It is usually about the size of a 4x6 photograph, has between 3 and 5 shots of a model with different looks and includes a brief bio that includes basic info like eye color, hair color, height, weight, age, and shoe size.

You will need to invest in a portfolio. They will arrange for your test shots and expect you to show up at the shoot on time and with a positive attitude. Most companies have agreements with photographers and make up artists whom they pay to take their test shots and even build a working portfolio for an up-and-coming model. Models do need portfolios!

You will also invest in workshops for Modeling and Acting to enhance your skills before your auditions.However we do not charge for workshops.