Brown Modeling Agency: Offering Top Talent

The Brown Agency is a talent and model agency formed in the spring of 2010, and launched in the summer of 2015. This agency was formerly Wilhelmia Austin and it acquired Heyman Talent-South. These were the region’s largest talent organizations, and this leveraged unique capabilities and strengths for the new agency. Nonetheless, it still includes the famous models of the Wilhelmina network. The agency grew quite quickly to become the only full-service agency in Austin, Texas. Since opening, they have models working for some of the most well-known and biggest brands. These include: Dell, Toyota, L’Oréal, Louis Vuitton, and many more. The Brown Agency truly shows their dedication to the industry by providing the most talented, inspiring, and beautiful to print, commercials, TV, runway, and film.

Justin Brown heads the agency as president and CEO. Michael B. Bonnee gives his experience and expertise to the theatrical division. Both have turned The Brown Modeling Agency into the most respected agency in central Texas for modeling. Justin Brown prides the company with selecting only the best for their business. You can find their models walking runways for Dallas Fashion Week, New York Fashion Week, Miami Swim Week, and Austin Fashion Week.

According to Market wired, Justin Brown has had quite a history in the modeling industry. In 2005, he relocated to Austin from California, New York, and Los Angeles. He enjoys the city and home town feel it has to offer. However, this is where he felt he could truly make his mark. In college, he studied business management and worked at a local modeling agency. Eventually, he landed in the field of “development and placement.” He trained models to act like pros for the agency he worked for. They were either graduated or placed into different jobs. At the age of 35, he is now doing something similar at The Brown Agency.

The Brown Agency supplies fashion models, commercial, and theatrical. Their top talent is posted on their website with portfolios of each. They have a large variety, and even have commercial children to view. Models and talent can also be viewed on various social media platforms, including Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. Those that are interested in modeling etc., can send in photos and their information via The agency’s cut is roughly 20 percent for modeling, 15 percent for non-union commercial, television, film, or video gigs and 10 percent for union jobs. There are some differences in region, but most are hired in Houston or Dallas.

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