Popular NBC series casting call for featured roles in New York City. Central Casting New York is looking for actors, models, and talent to work on a popular NBC TV series filming in New York City. Producers are looking for middle eastern type boys ages 12 to 16 years old. In addition casting directors are […]
TV Pilot casting call for several featured roles and photo doubles. Central Casting Los Angeles is looking for actors, models, and talent to work on a TV pilot filming in Los Angeles, California. Producers are looking for actors with braces, stand-ins to work on a scene filming on Friday, January 30th, and trained boxers. To […]
Modeling job casting call for Formula E. Grand Prix in Miami, Florida The Paradym Group is looking for models to work on the Formula E Grand Prix taking place in downtown Miami, Florida. Models that are selected will be compensated between $300 to $400/day. To audition for the modeling job, check out the casting call […]
The Accountant casting call for a prison scene filming in Atlanta, Georgia. Extras Casting Atlanta is now looking for talented actors to work on the upcoming Warner Bros. production, ‘The Accountant’ filming in Atlanta, Georgia. Casting directors are looking for men to play prisoner types, business types, and mean guys. Filming will take place on […]
Discovery Channel’s Shark Week is now eight weeks longer Great news for people who love to watch people get eaten with sharks. Discovery announced today that Shark Week will be turned into the Summer of the Shark. No longer will we experience just a week of shark infested waters. From a press release: SHARK WEEK, […]
Welcome to Instajack, where we drop some knowledge on somebody worth a follow and plenty of double-taps on Instagram. Today, we're giving you Antonio Jaggie, the man behind @kostennn. He's got a knack for shooting New York from all angles, and we don't mean metaphorically. You'll see shots from the subway tunnels, the streets, and then, oh, you know, the top of a bridge. Vertigo much?
Hometown? Garfield, New Jersey.
How are you feeling today? I feel amazing.
What are you wearing? Socks.
What's the one thing you most want to do before you die? Spend a month in Asia.
What's the most ridiculous selfie you ever took?Definitely has to be the one I took on top of the Manhattan Bridge.
Best adventure you ever had? Walking on the beach at 3:00 A.M. shooting photos of lightning in a crazy storm. It was a wild night.
Your social media pet peeve?Basic white girls on Twitter & Instagram.
What's the last song you listened to?Interpol—"Untitled."
What's your most prized possession?Definitely my camera.
What is your mantra? (If you don't have one, make one up. We'll wait.) "Always live with passion because otherwise you aren't living."
Where have you not seen that you'd like to see?The slums of a third world country for sure. It would be cool to experience how raw that life is with my own eyes.
Last movie you saw? Did you like it? I had to check my Netflix account for this question because I couldn't remember on the top of my head. The last movie I saw was a documentary called "I Am Ali". It was a really good film on Muhammad Ali. I'd definitely recommend it.
Photo you'd like to take? A live war zone. That's the dream photo.
Herschel Supply Co. has taken a break from youthful camp vibes for their Spring-Summer 2015 Studio collection. Opting instead for more grown-up clean silhouettes and a monochromatic color palette, the new bags are appropriate for the guy who's used to waking up to views of cityscapes more than mountain ranges. But there's nothing dainty about this cleaner collection of bags. The entire range, including backpacks, duffle bags, dopp kits and portfolios, is constructed of an industrial grade tarpaulin fabric and finished with waterproof seams, because even the city can't always escape the uglier side of Mother Nature.
Gap, the brand we all know from malls, blue jeans, our BNMDA collection, and commercials like this and this, today announced a pretty big shakeup in the ranks. Rebekka Bay, who has been the creative director since September 2012, has been dismissed and no successor has yet been named. In fact, it remains unclear if anybody will take her place. In a statement posted on their website, Gap said that they have "a strong senior design team in place to ensure a seamless transition and said it would evaluate the long-term leadership approach for the global design team." So who knows, maybe there will be no creative director in the future. What is clear though, is that Gap, like so many retailers out there (Ahem, Abercrombie) is re-evaluating everything from design, to marketing, to in-store experience.