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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Watch: One Tree Hill's Shantel VanSanten at Agent Review

What did Shantel do to make it?

Page Parkes who started her career divulges, "I can tell you Shantel wanted it and that passion drove her along with her studying her craft and being TALENTED! She never forgot where she came from, loved her family and treated us with such respect as her TEAM! Love her!!!"

Agent Review Flashback! The Staff and Agents!

Ricki Masler (Casting Director), Robert Haas (Innovative Artist) Page Parkes, Shantel Van Santen, and Christopher Rich (Page Parkes Management)

Keyla Key (Paul Morgan Studio), Kim Lang (Paul Morgan Studio), Susan Kaleta (Page Parkes Mgmt), and Marcia Hosper (Paul Morgan Studio)

Page Parkes Management's Guillermo Perez and Page 713 Booker Erik Bechtol

Page Parkes!

Page Parkes Management's Damaris Grogan and Promotions Coordinator Aliana Acosta

Page 713's Michelle Rodriguez and Page Parkes Corporate Director Tabitha Pagel Garcia

Monday, May 17, 2010

Page Parkes and Agent Review featured on Great Day Houston

Page Parkes, Duane Gazi of Trump Models, Ricki Maslar of Ricki Maslar Casting, and PP alum and 'One Tree Hill' star Shantel VanSanten, were on Great Day Houston to kick-off Page Parkes' 15th Annual Agent Review!

Stay tuned for more photos from the event...we're still recovering!

Agent Review newsflash!

We just finished our annual Talent and Model Agent Review!

Look who got snapped!

Page Parkes alum Shantel VanSanten (tune into CW's ONE TREE HILL to catch her!), Page Parkes and Trump Model's Duane Gazi were in Houston for the 15th anniversary of our popular star-making event!

Wednesday, May 12, 2010

Watch: Behind the scenes with Lindsay Phenix

One of our brightest stars Lindsay starts front and center in a photo shoot...and on the news this week.

Lindsay Phenix was featured on the CW's Channel 33 in a photo shoot she worked on with some of Dallas' top talent - super stylist Stephanie Quadri and fashion photographer Steve Visneau. Lindsey also recently signed with Wilhelmina MIAMI, so congrats!

We heart one of the city's top stylists who regularly books our models - STEPHANIE QUADRI!

So how much works goes into a shoot? See the footage below to find out!

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Kiddie Talent Spotlight: Katie Burgess

Congrats to little Katie from Tulsa, Oklahoma who just signed with Page.

She's already gotten experience under her belt appearing in commercials and ready to conquer the Dallas market and beyond!

Look out for this little tyke!

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Nicole Kaspar and Savannah Phillips rock it out for prom!

Neiman Marcus goes PROM wild and uses two of our biggest girls - Nicole Kaspar and Savannah Phillips. Both ladies have been shuttling back and forth from Texas to New York, where Nicole is with IMG and Savannah with ELITE.

Check out Savannah in the middle first page and right on second page.


Talent Spotlight: Joe Gumm

Joe just shot a SAG approved Wingstop commercial with a notable football star. We can't divulge who yet until it officially airs, but will keep you all posted!

In the meantime, we caught up with Joe for a quick Q&A:

How did you got your start?

I got my start with acting in elementary school and was involved with several productions in Jr. High and High School. I combined my two loves -- acting and sports and eventually got a degree in Broadcasting Communications. While at ESPN radio for eight years as an anchor/reporter, I was able to venture out into the world of TV, modeling and writing as well.

Favorite gig? Worst gig?

Favorite gig...probably the Wingstop ad. I got to work with some very cool people. I’ve had some great gigs over the last five years but it almost seems as if they’re getting better and better. Worst gig? The ones that didn’t pay.

What's next that you are excited about?

I am currently pitching a family travel show. I spent almost a year developing it and got to work with my wife and four daughters, so it’s pretty special to me. I also just completed my third book, so it’s off to the publisher. On top of that, I’m just continuing to plug away.

Who do you look up to in the biz?

Most of the people I respect and try to emulate in the industry are the ones who work hard and have fun. Working with people who have a good attitude and treat people the way they want to be treated are also important.

Advice to new talent starting out?

Enjoy what you’re doing. If you’re not having fun, then it’s a waste of time, energy and gas. You’re probably not going to get every job so don’t get discouraged. Keep working hard because there will be a hundred other people working just as hard to get the same gigs you’re trying to get.

How has Page Parkes and her team helped you prepare for your acting/talent career?

I was pretty much established when I signed on with Page Parkes, but then realized pretty quickly that they knew a lot more of the business than I did and that’s why they’re the agent and I’m not. Their team of experts are constantly challenging me to be the best I can be no matter what job I’m auditioning for. Their ongoing encouragement is also key to my future work.

To see more of Joe and his work, visit joegumm.com.

Tricia Rollo = Glam SLAM!