Casting Call Final Info

You may have received the following info by email, but we are posting it here as well…

LOCATION: 1900 Monkton Road, Monkton, MD 21111

ARRIVAL: Please arrive any time between the following: 9:30 and noon, 3 p.m. and 6 p.m.

PARKING: Please park anywhere that you are able. You may park anywhere for the NCR trail as well as in areas that may say Tenant Parking or Permit Parking (including grassy areas). You may also park roadside of the building – there are about five parking places there where the mailboxes are that are often missed. Due to limited parking areas, please exit quickly after your baby has been photographed to make room for another.

WHERE: Originally, we were going to do the casting in the studio (on the 4th floor) but due to the stairs, we have decided to move the casting to the main level “streetside”. What that means if if you are looking directly at the front of the building (there is a vegan market and coffee shop on main level), follow the porch area to the right side of the building – you will see a sign at the entrance to the room we will be using.

We are trying to get you in and out of the casting quickly for your convenience as well as to keep the flow of people in/out. If there are any concerns, we will have two assistants to help.

Clothing is not a concern – all babies will need to be photographed in a diaper as that is the way the ad will be photographed at the final shoot.

Notice: As you know, this is a casting call. There is no fee. We should have the final decision from The Client as to which babies are chosen for this ad. If your baby is chosen, you will be sent a timeframe on November 10th or 11th to bring your baby back for the actual Similac photo shoot as well as more details.

Thank you and we look forward to seeing you!

About Jodie Otte

Maryland Newborn Photographer and Child Portrait Artist, Jodie Holstein-Otte, specializes in unique photography of newborn babies, kids, and families. She works on location in Harford, Howard, Cecil, Anne Arundel, Baltimore and other areas throughout Maryland. She uses both both natural lighting and soft studio lighting techniques.