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Brooklyn, New York
Stephanie Corne, a member of our Public Advisory Board, is looking for people of all ages with vitiligo for a series of photo-shoots for an exciting new cosmetic product designed to improve skin appearance.
There will be a general audition for ten individuals on Sunday 15th at the Brooklyn studio location starting at 1 pm and two additional shoots on Monday 16th and Wednesday 18th at 10:30 am.
All participants at the casting will be compensated $50 for a one hour on Sunday 15th March 2015 at 1 pm, and will receive free samples of the product. Three will be selected from among those in attendance on Sunday for shoots on Monday 16th & Wednesday 18th at 10:30 am and they will be receive an additional $200 for the two days of shooting. (Each shoot will last no more than 2 hours).
To apply, please go to: http://www.naturallyintensephotography.com/vitiligo-casting-call
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