LM (Atlanta, GA) over 10 years agoThis goes along with the previous thread about travel. I'm available to work in multiple states at my own expense and travel often for bookings. I've traveled for work throughout the southeast and even up to Chicago from Atlanta recently. My agent lists me for jobs in Georgia, the Carolinas, Tennessee, and Florida. Plus, Chicago, New York, Las Vegas, and Dallas. Is there any way we can list areas other than our home city that we're available to work in at our own expense?
Eric (Staff) over 10 years ago@LM - Put simply, if a project has a travel budget, then we submit all talent (nationally) to the project.
LM (Atlanta, GA) over 10 years agoStill it appears that some talent are willing to pay the costs to travel. For myself, I automatically have to travel to Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina often so when I know I'll be going, I look for work there or announce my availability. Most of the time if I'm booked to travel it is because despite the talent pool locally they still feel I'm a better fit for the project. With the option to state your availability, people could just say no if they didn't care to travel at that time. I don't want to change my home city since a large number of castings are here, but I don't care to be limited either when I'm already willing to and booking geographically throughout.
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