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Kelly Keenan
Creative Director, Author,
and parent of a child model
    Dear parent,

My kid is not yet famous.  But he is the baby model on the Thomas the Tank Engine Ride-on toy that can be found at any Walmart or Toys"R"Us store. His face shone on signs in hundreds of Sears stores this holiday.  He has appeared on numerous toy packages, websites newspaper ads, and tv programs.  He's represented by one of the top kids modeling agencies in Chicago, and is earning several thousand dollars per year towards his college education.  I knew just how to get him started, because I have selected the kids who have appeared in hundreds of ads.

"Take my advice...I've selected hundreds of kids for Sears, Macy's, Lands' End, and Target advertising,
and am also the parent of a successful child model"

I've written this helpful guide for parents looking to get their kids into the highly competitive baby modeling or child modeling business.  With the right information and pictures, you can break through the hundreds of applications modeling and commercial agents receive every month.  I'll give you important tips, answers and advice on how your baby or child can become a successful model, and tell you who to contact in 22 major markets.  If you think your kid should be famous, before you approach Ford or any other kids modeling agency, read my guide.  It's the highest-quality book on this subject available online.

Here's to you and your soon-to-be-famous child!

Kelly Keenan   

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Q. What is the best way to get my child into modeling?
A. Seek representation by a reputable childrens modeling agency such as Ford Models. My guide includes contacts for kids modeling agencies in 22 major cities, plus their processes for submitting your child for consideration and representation by a kids agent.

Q. What is the best age to start my child in the kids’ modeling business?
A. There is quite a demand for baby models...and some other high-demand ages for kids in fashion advertising and catalogs are 3, 5, 10, and 12 years old.

Q. How much money do I have to spend to get started?
A. Beware of scams! No reputable agency will ask for money up-front. Most will only require snapshots before children are 4-5 years old. At that time, there will be about $300-500 in expenses associated with creating a composite card. This is fully explained in my guide.

Q. Once my child has an agent, what's next?
A. Your agent will send your child’s photo or comp card to producers and art directors casting for kids in fashion or product shoots and commercials. As an art director who's selected hundreds of kids for advertising projects, my insider experience can help you increase your chances of getting the modeling job or commercial.

Q. How much time should I expect to devote to my child’s modeling career?
A. Besides providing good snapshots and working with your agent to create a comp card, you will need to attend casting calls and fittings periodically. The more you are able to attend, the better your chances of landing a kids modeling job or commercial.

Agent: Kids modeling or commercial agency representative who promotes your child and manages their castings, bookings and career.

Art Director: advertising agency representative who selects the child models, directs the photo shoot, and is responsible for the overall advertising campaign or commercial.

Booking: a confirmed childrens modeling job or commercial.

Casting: (or casting call) child models and actors are requested to be seen in person, and often asked to try out on camera and/or in front of casting agent, art director or client.

Comp Card: (composite card) a card with photos and statistics of a child model that is sent to producers and art directors for casting purposes...not usually necessary for baby models.

Fitting: kids are requested to try on clothes in advance of a booking.

Go-See: a quick meeting, where kids are seen in person for a possible modeling job or commercial. Also a great opportunity to share a child model’s portfolio.

Portfolio: a book with a collection of photos and tear-sheets, assembled creatively to promote a child model.

Producer: the person responsible for booking kids talent, and managing the schedule and budget for a shoot.

Tear-sheet: a finished print ad, often torn out and placed in the child model’s portfolio to demonstrate modeling experience.

Wrangler: a specialized stylist on a kids shoot, who is responsible for motivating and directing the babies and children.

"This is just a taste of what you'll learn in my book. Kids grow too fast, so
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© 2009 Kelly Keenan      1750 N. Wells Street Chicago, Illinois 60614      866-204-7917


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