It’s a new year and that means it’s time for new headshots!
First up is my new theatrical headshot. This is the one I’ll be using predominantly.
These are my commercial headshots. One with glasses and the other without.
And finally these are more character driven headshots. Can you tell that I’m ready for my courtroom closeup?! 😉
One sheets are a great tool to help casting identify where you fit in.
If you’re an actor who wants to do the same ask at least 5 people: “What are three adjectives you would use to describe me?” Who do you ask? Start with casting directors who know you, your acting teacher, your agent or manager, your colleagues and your friends. Be sure to ask a mix of people who know you but also ask a few people who don’t know you well. This will give you an idea of the first impression you make.
I’m grateful for my colleagues and industry professionals whose feedback helped me create my one sheet. Check it out below. This is where you can download the pdf. If you’re not on my newsletter list, sign up on this page for the latest news + more tips!
I’ve got a brand NEW website! Welcome to the brand new taylor-brock.com!
This was all done with the help of the wonderful team at Cator Social Media! Hooray for them! They did a fabulous job!
Here you can find out all about me. Let me give you a tour:
1. Find out how I got into this business and check out me and my daughter horse back riding here.
2. Check out my latest acting reel, my updated resume and of course some pics over here.
3. Wondering what people have said about me? Oh no they didn’t! Actually, I’m grateful they did. Read more here.
4. Finally, I want to know what you’re thinking, so connect with me and sign up for my newsletter on this page. You’ll find out more about what I’m up to and I’ll be sharing cool resources with you too!
Thank you for being on this journey with me, I couldn’t do it without YOU!
Persevere: Continue in a course of action even in face of difficulty or with little or no prospect of success. Huh.
As I sit here with my delicious (Dunkin’ Donuts) cup of coffee and write this, the word PERSEVERANCE comes to mind. I am all about sticking to “it”. My motto: “Where there’s a will, there’s a way”.
I’ve chosen to pursue a professional path that actually personifies perseverance…acting. There are mountains to climb, hoops to jump through, and tons of rejection, but I love it, so I keep going. I have to say, one must love it to endure even in the “face of difficulty”. For me, that’s acceptable. Then I read the second half of the definition… “with little or no prospect of success.” Huh, again!
I have to believe I will succeed in order to continue. That leads to what is success? Oye. Success: The accomplishment of an aim or purpose. This is definitely subjective. My professional aim is to keep acting in some form. It morphs as the years progress. Now I’m creating acting work for myself, but I would like to get more acting jobs with major TV shows and films. I would like to be acknowledged for my acting ability. Putting it out there Universe. I will persevere.
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