The Brown Agency was just launched after Wilhelmina Austin and Talent-South merger. The two agencies formed the new agency known as The Brown Agency, and it has proved to be a smart move in the right direction. The full-service agency is the only one in its area and is led by Justin Brown. Justin Brown is the former boss at Wilhelmina Austin, and he is excited to take on his new role at the newly formed agency.
Wilhelmina Austin was founded in 2010 and is a well-known talent agency in central Texas. The agency is a great addition to Heyman Talent-South, and the newly formed Brown Agency is very successful because of it. The company gives its clients a much larger amount of talent, and their talent has gained more opportunities because of the merger as well.
According to Market Wired, the agency is expected to expand into the Los Angeles area, and it will also keep its headquarters located in Austin. The agency will even have some offices in Dallas. Michael B. Bonnée will take care of all the theatrical division of the newly merged agencies, and Justin Brown will be the president as well as the CEO.
The merger is good for the agencies and they can combine their work ethic, goals, and talent in order to grow and to satisfy their clients as well as provide many more opportunities for their talent. The agency prides itself on its professionalism, dependable talent, and elegance.
The Brown Agency is a talent agency that fulfills the needed roles in commercials, trade shows, film, television, industrial videos, print, voiceover, catalogs, promotional and corporate events, as well as trade shows.
The Brown Agency is well-known for providing talented individuals for famous brands such as Toyota, Dell, Louis Vuitton, and Loreal, just to name a few. Their models have also been spotted on the runways of Miami Swim Week, New York Fashion Week, Dallas Fashion Week, and Austin Fashion Week as well as many other numerous shows. The agency is always seeking out new talent and has made a name for itself as a very reputable company.