Brown Modeling Agency Makes its Mark in Austin

The Austin fashion and talent scene is about to change in a big way. The Brown Modeling Agency is opening a new office in Austin, Texas and they could not be more happy about being in the area. The look and feel of Austin in like no other and the Brown Modeling Agency is now a part of that scene. Austin has a mix of country, sports and college life and all of those mixed together make Austin the place to be.

To start of their relationship with Austin in a big way, many events has been planned. A runway show will be held and the pieces have been designed by local talent, Linda Asaf. She created her pieces specifically for this show and the items have gotten rave reviews. She created her items with the style and flair of Austin in mind.

The Brown Modeling Agency is headed up by Justin Brown. He is the president of the company and he brings a lot of experience to his company. When he was 18, he moved to California and got started in the modeling industry. He absorbed as much information as he could about the industry.

In 2005, he moved to Austin. He stayed in the fashion and modeling industry and began to develop the local talent. Justin helped them to know the ins and out of the industry and helped them to develop their craft. The models would then go back to their respective agencies and go out on jobs. Justin then decided to add more to his plate. Instead of developing talent and then sending them back to other agencies, he decided to start his own.

By starting his own agency, he was now able to find the talent, develop them in his own way, and then have them available for jobs through his agency. This was the entire idea behind starting the Brown Modeling Agency. He wanted to be able to do it all within his own agency and now he is able to.

Starting his own company is just the first step for Justin Brown. He wants to make his mark in the Austin scene and the runway show is just the beginning. There is much more in store for the Brown Modeling Agency and it will be interesting to see where they go.