October 10, 2017

Meet the Superwoman Revolutionising the Creative Industry

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Meet Taryn Williams, the superwoman disrupting the creative industry, as well as her own multi-million dollar modelling agency. She is founder of the online marketplace THERIGHT.FIT, and founder of Australia’s leading commercial modelling agency WINK Models. She was a Finalist in the 2015 Female Entrepreneur Awards, the 2015 B&T Hot 30 Under 30, and the SmartCompany 30 Under 30.

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August 8, 2017

“Start Small & Dream Big”: Industry Leaders Inspire Women To Re-imagine Their Careers

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Roughly 100 senior women in media and marketing attended an inspiring discussion about ‘re-imagining your career’ at The Ivy Penthouse in Sydney’s CBD on Tuesday night.

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October 17, 2016

Had a bad casting or audition? How to turn Failure into Success

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It’s the night before your big audition/casting. To family and friends, it’s just one of many. But to you, it’s everything! The creative industry is famous for being tough to crack, which would explain why a lot of people get caught up in the concept of their own failure.

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MODEL // SARAH SU

Welcome failure with a positive outlook

Let your feelings about failure energise you. Let it make you stronger. Let it make you hungry for success. Let it be the motivation that gets you up in the morning. Positive energy is contagious. If a photographer has knocked you back for a modelling gig – and sees that your positivity and confidence remains strong – they are going to think more highly of you than someone who has met their rejection with hostility. The creative industry is a tight-knit community, so remember to make a positive impression no matter what the outcome is.

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TALENT // MARIANA A

Learn from your own failures and that of your peers

Being self-aware is a highly respected quality everyone should practice. If you’ve been unsuccessful landing a photography contract, it’s worth taking the time to understand some of the things you might have done wrong. You may have handed your submission in late, or misunderstood the brief. We recommend keeping a creative journal. Not only will it be a great place to explore creative feelings, you can also reflect on the mistakes you made along the way.

Just like you, your peers will have a lot to say about success and failure. Don’t be shy to approach them for help and ask about the things that have helped or hindered their creative process.

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TALENT // MICK M

Success is a numbers game

Never blow off an audition because you feel like you’re doing too many. You deserve to be seen. Putting yourself out there a 100 times over will get you a better result than if you did only once. Plus, you will learn a great deal more about your craft and the industry. Not to mention the valuable exposure you’ll receive. When that perfect roles comes along, it’s you who’ll be top of mind and first to call.

Remember that failure can be as empowering as it is demoralising, so get out there and be your best.

Don’t forget to check back with us for more great tips on making your career a success.

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January 27, 2016

THERIGHT.FIT | Featured on BANDT

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theright.fit is Australia’s first website simplifying the task of casting, booking and paying models or talent, using your phone, tablet or desktop.

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January 27, 2016

THERIGHT.FIT | Featured on StartUp Daily

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For every Kendall or Miranda that makes it down the runway at a Victoria’s Secret show, there are hundreds of thousands more models looking to make it in the industry. Modelling is a notoriously tough business and, if you’re not related to a Kardashian, the key to achieving supermodel status is often signing with the right agency that has the right connections with brands and designers. But like many industries that enable success based on who you know, this often means talented people are being left out of the picture.

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