Brown Modelling Agency is regarded as a full-service agency that represents actors and models in various areas. These fields include print, industrial videos, film, trade shows, corporate and promotional events, voiceovers, commercials, runways, fashion and catalogue.
During his college years, Justin Brown spent much of his time modeling and rendering his services for a modelling agency. He posits that his forte was fit modeling, which is distinct from fitness modelling. Justin was experienced in modelling ‘skinny jeans.’ During those days, they were referred as ‘rocker jeans.’ Lucky Brand designed clothes, which would fit his body type. He would make $100 per hour. Justin contends that this amount was far better from the $6 per hour he would make from washing carts at the golf course.
The business management graduate focused on what was happening behind the cameras. After juggling different agency jobs, he was recruited in the field of development and placement. Justin trained models on the various tricks required to make them pros. He would then place them by either securing jobs or helping them graduate to bigger opportunities. Brown Agency is found along Guadalupe Street, above Zen Japanese Fast Food. Together with his staff, Justin is responsible for the budding careers of over 450 ‘talents.’
The 35-year old was born in Reno. Later, his family moved to Susanville where he grew up. As a young child, Justin was shy and obeyed the rules. In Southern California, he would move from one modeling agency to the other. During this period, he learnt about crucial tricks of the trade. As a development and placement officer, Brown introduced between 20 and 30 percent of the talents to the largest agencies in the planet. This is after getting the right photos.
In 2008, Justin founded JB Models and Talent. In 2010, the Wilhelmina national agency licensed the full-service business. He was able to earn more resources and share in the booming fashion runway shows, print and commercial. For modeling jobs, Brown Agency gets 20 percent of the share. The agency earns 15 percent for video gigs, commercial, television, non-union commercial and film. The entity makes 10 percent for union jobs. In the modelling business, location is key considering that people have different tastes and preferences.