Gwyn, along with the other judges on the panel, will score on ten acts in vocal, songwriting and/or dance category for a chance to be the top winner for the ULMII Best Award and a list of other prizes. The conference starts with seminars from 1 – 4 p.m. and ends with the talent competition showcase, hosted by KDAY 93.5’s DJ Surreal, from 5 – 7 p.m. - admission to talent showcase competition is free!
Gwyn Foxx, a former ULMII judge, has over 21 years experience in entertainment as a writer, producer, director, casting agent and artist manager. Foxx ran her Gwyn Foxx Personal Management company for over 12 years and offered talent and image development, and placement. Her company became the Gwyn Foxx Talent Agency in 1999 and her clients included Jaimee Foxworth (“Family Matters”), Chante Moore, Howard Hewett, and Jay King.
GFTA is a full service talent agency that provides services which include filling job positions needed for major studios, production companies and casting directors. GFTA also handles artist packaging and creative serves to networks, distributors, investors and producers. Gwyn also offers coaching, consulting, and workshops that help develop aspiring artists. Her current clients include Richard Hochman (“General Hospital”), Conrad Roberts (“CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”)
ULMII entertainment conference, celebrating 11 years, will provide seminars that include “PR/Media and Promotions Strategies” by Eunice Moseley, PR/media and promotions consultant (www.FreelanceAssociatesInc.com);
Aside from Gwyn Foxx, ULMII talent competition judges include, so far, award winning guitarist Vernon Neilly, label owner and artist manager Debrah French (French Royalty Entertainment)
Prizes include a free music video courtesy of Ben Foster (www.BenFosterFilms.com);
For more information on attending the Los Angeles “Uplifting Minds II” entertainment conference log onto www.UpliftingMinds2.com or call toll free (866) 938-5220.
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