Heidi Marshall Studio - Actors On Camera

Heidi Marshall Studio - Actors On Camera Heidi supports the Passionate Actor to keep getting back up. Heidi Marshall is a private audition coach & acting on-camera teacher. Check out her Alumni!

Heidi is a former Casting Director for Broadway, TV, Film, Commercials at Telsey Casting, and she is currently an inspired Director in Film and Theater and Private Acting Coach. She loves actors, good stories, and learning. Her private classes function by word of mouth and referrals. Baz Luhrmann - "All of Heidi Marshall's work has led me to see that she is a Director of first rate talent and abil

Heidi is a former Casting Director for Broadway, TV, Film, Commercials at Telsey Casting, and she is currently an inspired Director in Film and Theater and Private Acting Coach. She loves actors, good stories, and learning. Her private classes function by word of mouth and referrals. Baz Luhrmann - "All of Heidi Marshall's work has led me to see that she is a Director of first rate talent and abil

I had a new lightbulb about Zoom and actors! 💡 Live! from set.For more than a year now we've been staring at that Zoom s...
06/25/2021

I had a new lightbulb about Zoom and actors! 💡 Live! from set.

For more than a year now we've been staring at that Zoom screen. Hating the constrictions of it.

But this past weekend I was on set directing some webisodes. I was finding my sea legs again and I had this deep familiarity aha! moment.

I was staring at the monitor.

A director on set is often tethered (literally) to the camera via the monitor. It's the only way to actually see what the camera sees.

So...I was looking at a screen. At a frame. With actors in it. Sounding familiar?

Onset monitor = Zoom screen 🖥️

I am always trying to guide actors to understand the connection between what you are feeling and doing to what the camera sees within it's frame. And now you know! Because you are working on Zoom all the time, you now have a new inherent understanding of how to move and self-express within a frame.

When you work on Zoom or do a self-tape, don't forget that you have a whole body too! The whole body is involved, even if we are only seeing the shoulders and up. Let that body move you within that frame. How would you be on set? You would be fully active and your body would be alive. 🌟 The camera on set will capture that. Bring that into the frame of your self-tapes.

Self-Tape: Nailing the Genre is designed to push your belief and understanding of what you can actually do within a frame for all your self-tapes. Let's play together! ✨ Join here: https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/online-self-tape-genre-with-heidi/

I had a new lightbulb about Zoom and actors! 💡 Live! from set.

For more than a year now we've been staring at that Zoom screen. Hating the constrictions of it.

But this past weekend I was on set directing some webisodes. I was finding my sea legs again and I had this deep familiarity aha! moment.

I was staring at the monitor.

A director on set is often tethered (literally) to the camera via the monitor. It's the only way to actually see what the camera sees.

So...I was looking at a screen. At a frame. With actors in it. Sounding familiar?

Onset monitor = Zoom screen 🖥️

I am always trying to guide actors to understand the connection between what you are feeling and doing to what the camera sees within it's frame. And now you know! Because you are working on Zoom all the time, you now have a new inherent understanding of how to move and self-express within a frame.

When you work on Zoom or do a self-tape, don't forget that you have a whole body too! The whole body is involved, even if we are only seeing the shoulders and up. Let that body move you within that frame. How would you be on set? You would be fully active and your body would be alive. 🌟 The camera on set will capture that. Bring that into the frame of your self-tapes.

Self-Tape: Nailing the Genre is designed to push your belief and understanding of what you can actually do within a frame for all your self-tapes. Let's play together! ✨ Join here: https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/online-self-tape-genre-with-heidi/

I got this wonderful email from an actor a few weeks ago: 💕 In other acting for camera classes or workshops I have taken...
06/24/2021

I got this wonderful email from an actor a few weeks ago:

💕 In other acting for camera classes or workshops I have taken, there is often a large focus on what not to do. Don't be too loud/too much/too big. So I end up going into each session feeling afraid to make a mistake, and I stifle my own creative instincts because I don't want to be "wrong."

You rarely, if ever, teach in terms of don'ts. With you, it's always DO, it's always more, it's always "yes, and..."

You inspire us to reach deeper into our wells of creativity, emotion, wit, specificity, and always encourage us to go further into what makes us uniquely us.

I can't tell you how badly I needed to get in touch with all of that again after so many months of creative drought. Nailing The Genre was a gift. I loved every moment of it and I had the come-down blues when it ended! Thank you so much for that delicious surprise of a class!! 🎁

LOVED receiving this message 💯 And now it's your turn! Check out Nailing the Genre, now open for July registration ✨ Join here: https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/online-self-tape-genre-with-heidi/

I got this wonderful email from an actor a few weeks ago:

💕 In other acting for camera classes or workshops I have taken, there is often a large focus on what not to do. Don't be too loud/too much/too big. So I end up going into each session feeling afraid to make a mistake, and I stifle my own creative instincts because I don't want to be "wrong."

You rarely, if ever, teach in terms of don'ts. With you, it's always DO, it's always more, it's always "yes, and..."

You inspire us to reach deeper into our wells of creativity, emotion, wit, specificity, and always encourage us to go further into what makes us uniquely us.

I can't tell you how badly I needed to get in touch with all of that again after so many months of creative drought. Nailing The Genre was a gift. I loved every moment of it and I had the come-down blues when it ended! Thank you so much for that delicious surprise of a class!! 🎁

LOVED receiving this message 💯 And now it's your turn! Check out Nailing the Genre, now open for July registration ✨ Join here: https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/online-self-tape-genre-with-heidi/

A tip about movement within frame for your self-tapes...Don’t be shy about coming closer or moving away from the camera ...
06/22/2021

A tip about movement within frame for your self-tapes...

Don’t be shy about coming closer or moving away from the camera within the take. You can make great dramatic effect with some movement samples. 🎥

After decades of coaching online and in the studio, the process of knowing how to maximize (and minimize) your on-camera movement is very instinctual to me. It’s instinctually tied to your discovery as you work, and my discovery as I see it. As you play with it and develop your own confidence, I’d say to TRUST YOURSELF MORE than you do and to MOVE MORE than you think is possible. 🌟

Wanna get some extra attention on your self-tape techniques and tech setup? Start with my Part 1 class, now open for July registration. For anyone who hasn't taken it yet, this is your last chance until September! ✨ Join here: https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/online-film-acting-auditioning-1/

A tip about movement within frame for your self-tapes...

Don’t be shy about coming closer or moving away from the camera within the take. You can make great dramatic effect with some movement samples. 🎥

After decades of coaching online and in the studio, the process of knowing how to maximize (and minimize) your on-camera movement is very instinctual to me. It’s instinctually tied to your discovery as you work, and my discovery as I see it. As you play with it and develop your own confidence, I’d say to TRUST YOURSELF MORE than you do and to MOVE MORE than you think is possible. 🌟

Wanna get some extra attention on your self-tape techniques and tech setup? Start with my Part 1 class, now open for July registration. For anyone who hasn't taken it yet, this is your last chance until September! ✨ Join here: https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/online-film-acting-auditioning-1/

In my classes, I'm always telling actors to WATCH. Watch MORE FILMS 🎥 and MORE TV 📺Why?Knowing genres and subgenres will...
06/21/2021

In my classes, I'm always telling actors to WATCH. Watch MORE FILMS 🎥 and MORE TV 📺

Why?

Knowing genres and subgenres will influence your audition choices.

You are investigators about the genre of the project.

It’s up to you to imagine the style of how the project will be filmed so that you can let it influence your acting choices. You act differently in a thriller than a comedy, right? Well, the finer nuance is understanding the subgenres—The Office vs. Big Bang Theory vs. Juno vs. Dumb and Dumber. All are comedies…but they're very different from each other.

Actors need to:

✨ be familiar with the many genres/subgenres

✨ know the artists creating the work, and

✨ generally be as informed as possible so that you are acting within the world of the project.

Start anywhere! Here's an idea: start with the genre you like least so you can artistically expand. You may even start changing your mind about it...this happened to me 🙋‍♀️

My class NAILING THE GENRE is now open for July registration! 🌟 Join here: https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/online-self-tape-genre-with-heidi/

In my classes, I'm always telling actors to WATCH. Watch MORE FILMS 🎥 and MORE TV 📺

Why?

Knowing genres and subgenres will influence your audition choices.

You are investigators about the genre of the project.

It’s up to you to imagine the style of how the project will be filmed so that you can let it influence your acting choices. You act differently in a thriller than a comedy, right? Well, the finer nuance is understanding the subgenres—The Office vs. Big Bang Theory vs. Juno vs. Dumb and Dumber. All are comedies…but they're very different from each other.

Actors need to:

✨ be familiar with the many genres/subgenres

✨ know the artists creating the work, and

✨ generally be as informed as possible so that you are acting within the world of the project.

Start anywhere! Here's an idea: start with the genre you like least so you can artistically expand. You may even start changing your mind about it...this happened to me 🙋‍♀️

My class NAILING THE GENRE is now open for July registration! 🌟 Join here: https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/online-self-tape-genre-with-heidi/

Did you see this?! Michaela Coel won big at the BAFTA Awards earlier this month for her hit show, I May Destroy You. But...
06/18/2021

Did you see this?! Michaela Coel won big at the BAFTA Awards earlier this month for her hit show, I May Destroy You. But get this - she dedicated her acting award to the series’ intimacy coordinator, Ita O’Brien! 🥰

“Thank you for your existence in our industry, for making the space safe, for creating physical, emotional and professional boundaries so that we can make work about exploitation, loss of respect, about abuse of power without being exploited or abused in the process. I know what it is like to shoot without an intimacy director. The messy, embarrassing feeling for the crew. The internal devastation for the actor. Your direction was essential to my show and I believe essential for every production company that wants to make work exploring themes of consent.”

YESSS!!! 👏👏👏 Intimacy coordinators are so necessary on sets like this. THANK YOU Michaela for highlighting Ita's important work so that this becomes the norm. This show exemplifies real progress in our industry.

By the way, if you're looking to learn more about intimacy coordination on set, head to our website to join the priority list for @carlyzien's intimacy workshop ✨

Did you see this?! Michaela Coel won big at the BAFTA Awards earlier this month for her hit show, I May Destroy You. But get this - she dedicated her acting award to the series’ intimacy coordinator, Ita O’Brien! 🥰

“Thank you for your existence in our industry, for making the space safe, for creating physical, emotional and professional boundaries so that we can make work about exploitation, loss of respect, about abuse of power without being exploited or abused in the process. I know what it is like to shoot without an intimacy director. The messy, embarrassing feeling for the crew. The internal devastation for the actor. Your direction was essential to my show and I believe essential for every production company that wants to make work exploring themes of consent.”

YESSS!!! 👏👏👏 Intimacy coordinators are so necessary on sets like this. THANK YOU Michaela for highlighting Ita's important work so that this becomes the norm. This show exemplifies real progress in our industry.

By the way, if you're looking to learn more about intimacy coordination on set, head to our website to join the priority list for @carlyzien's intimacy workshop ✨

We've got another NEW TEACHER at the studio!!! 🤩 Meet Darius de Haas.I'd actually never thought about the skills of lip-...
06/17/2021

We've got another NEW TEACHER at the studio!!! 🤩 Meet Darius de Haas.

I'd actually never thought about the skills of lip-syncing before until singer-extraordinaire and Broadway performer (and old-time friend since casting him in RENT💕) Darius de Haas told me he has found himself in a very unique niche. Darius is coaching singers and non-singers how to actually lip-sync so it is totally believable.

Darius' path as a lip-synching coach for TV and film began with The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. He first recorded songs for a character and then he got called to set so that the fabulous actor could successfully lip-sync to Darius' recordings! What an out of body experience to teach someone else to mouth your voice!

Quickly, Darius learned some crucial tools and started refining connecting the physicality of the singer, the precision of the performance, the freedom of expression... all to the camera. 🎥

This class is designed for both singers and non-singers 🎶 We do not discriminate who will need to do some professional lip-syncing!!

I am so thrilled for you to work and play with the lovely and talented Darius ✨ Join here: https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/mastering-lip-syncing-for-film-and-tv-with-darius-de-haas/

We've got another NEW TEACHER at the studio!!! 🤩 Meet Darius de Haas.

I'd actually never thought about the skills of lip-syncing before until singer-extraordinaire and Broadway performer (and old-time friend since casting him in RENT💕) Darius de Haas told me he has found himself in a very unique niche. Darius is coaching singers and non-singers how to actually lip-sync so it is totally believable.

Darius' path as a lip-synching coach for TV and film began with The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel. He first recorded songs for a character and then he got called to set so that the fabulous actor could successfully lip-sync to Darius' recordings! What an out of body experience to teach someone else to mouth your voice!

Quickly, Darius learned some crucial tools and started refining connecting the physicality of the singer, the precision of the performance, the freedom of expression... all to the camera. 🎥

This class is designed for both singers and non-singers 🎶 We do not discriminate who will need to do some professional lip-syncing!!

I am so thrilled for you to work and play with the lovely and talented Darius ✨ Join here: https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/mastering-lip-syncing-for-film-and-tv-with-darius-de-haas/

Actors, hide the punctuation in your scene. ⁉️ Sometimes I can hear the script and it totally takes me out of the perfor...
06/16/2021

Actors, hide the punctuation in your scene. ⁉️

Sometimes I can hear the script and it totally takes me out of the performance. I become super aware of the actor, not the character.

Here is why it happens: the actor is hitting the punctuation too hard. Every comma. Every period. Every exclamation point. Adhering to the structure of the text too much.

But, that’s not really how we speak.

We pause, we change our thoughts mid-sentence, we slur our words, we mumble, we go up and down in volume, we don't say what we are really thinking, and more.

Actors, your job is to help us forget that we are hearing a script.

Join me in my next round of Part 1 classes so that you can practice sliding around inside your scenes and be the natural, impulsive actor that you are! ✨ Join here: https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/online-film-acting-auditioning-1/

Actors, hide the punctuation in your scene. ⁉️

Sometimes I can hear the script and it totally takes me out of the performance. I become super aware of the actor, not the character.

Here is why it happens: the actor is hitting the punctuation too hard. Every comma. Every period. Every exclamation point. Adhering to the structure of the text too much.

But, that’s not really how we speak.

We pause, we change our thoughts mid-sentence, we slur our words, we mumble, we go up and down in volume, we don't say what we are really thinking, and more.

Actors, your job is to help us forget that we are hearing a script.

Join me in my next round of Part 1 classes so that you can practice sliding around inside your scenes and be the natural, impulsive actor that you are! ✨ Join here: https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/online-film-acting-auditioning-1/

Working with teens is soooo eye-opening 👀 It's amazing how much we can learn about ourselves as actors from these young ...
06/16/2021

Working with teens is soooo eye-opening 👀 It's amazing how much we can learn about ourselves as actors from these young scene partners.

Athena's teen genre class started this weekend, and it's going GREAT! Put incredible teen actors and adult actors in a (zoom) room together, and the result is magic ✨😍

Missed joining class this time around? Head to the class link to get on the priority list so you can be the first to know when it's being offered again! Class is open to both teens and adults. https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/film-tv-acting-the-era-of-the-teen-genre-with-athena-colon/

Working with teens is soooo eye-opening 👀 It's amazing how much we can learn about ourselves as actors from these young scene partners.

Athena's teen genre class started this weekend, and it's going GREAT! Put incredible teen actors and adult actors in a (zoom) room together, and the result is magic ✨😍

Missed joining class this time around? Head to the class link to get on the priority list so you can be the first to know when it's being offered again! Class is open to both teens and adults. https://www.heidimarshall.com/class/film-tv-acting-the-era-of-the-teen-genre-with-athena-colon/

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Heidi Marshall is a former Casting Director for Broadway, TV, Film, Commercials at Telsey Casting, and she is currently a Director in Film, Theater and a Private Acting Coach. She loves actors, good stories, and being a part of and always generating Community.

Heidi’s studio is located in Union Square, NYC. To join Classes and schedule Private Coaching, please visit her website. www.HeidiMarshall.com

ACTOR REVIEWS more reviews on the website www.HeidiMarshall.com "Your class was instrumental in helping me develop the techniques that allowed me to go into that audition room 4 different times and finally land the role of Richie. I tell all my actor friends about your class, I can't rave enough about it." - Raul Castillo HBO Series Looking I know what I'm doing in the theater, I know when it's working and when it's not. I can't tell with camera. I guess it's just going to take time and constant working. In all, I'm still trying to get out of the mode of doing it right, but doing it me. Because no one can be me and when I let myself just be me, I think it's a pretty special thing. Thanks for listening. Working it out. - Bjorn Dupaty http://www.bjorndupaty.com/ Amazon Series ALPHA HOUSE “Very seldom in life are things ever as promised. My audition, my first ever without singing, was as if I had done a dozen prior to. Your class presented the geography of the room as it actually was. You gave me the mind-set that allowed me to hold to the points I needed and ignore the ones I did not need. I was, I guess we can assume, successful.” [He booked HBO on his first audition!] - Gary Simpson www.garysimpsonbaritone.com HBO Series The Knick In so many ways!!! I feel like I am so much more knowledgeable about the whole process and feel like I am more in control of my audition, "tai-chi-ing the room" And picking three adjectives in the breakdown and using it in specific moments is a godsend! Thank you!!” -Tal Yardeni “"I knew my lines and beats, and I told myself "have fun!" And ya know what? I even surprised myself! I focused on my reader and listened and they all laughed through the entire take. Then the director gave me an adjustment and I did it again (AND I even asked questions!) and they laughed AGAIN all the way through it!!! Thank you for all that you impart in me/us and for your Unbelievable Positivity!! God bless you. I had so much fun I was floating on air afterward." - Peter Davenport http://www.peter-davenport.com/ “[what shifted most about acting on camera] confidence with being real, ugly, messy. swinging between opposing emotions, making bigger choices! less self consciousness!” - Natalie Roy www.natalieroy.com I can't say Thank you enough for being one of the best if not THE BEST teacher in town, I'm so grateful to have met you and to have the opportunity to explore my craft deeper in such a positive environment! - Ydaiber Orozco www.Ydaiber.com "You just really got me thinking. So thank you for the lessons both oncamera and off. You've taught me a lot already and I look forward to more. I think you're one special lady.” - Jessica Walker “For me there was just so much reminding going on. The stuff that we may take for granted and just assume it's going to work for us always but really, it will never if you don't constantly work at it and keep it fresh... I.e. Listening, connecting, letting the work go and just being present. I'm learning to be still and simple. It's hard for me! But I was shocked at what happened when I just sat and allowed things to happen. It all just showed up and felt truthful and alive. I can't wait to continue exploring the intimacy that is acting on camera!” - Jeff Riberdy www.jeffriberdyactor.com I just want to thank you! I had an audition this morning that I've been dreading for a number if reasons but I went in an applied your audition tips and I felt great! For the first time, ever, I really allowed myself time to think the thoughts and let the scene breathe. I'm so thrilled that I decided to take your class. It's already paying off. Can't wait to learn more. - MacKenzie Meehan www.mackenziemeehan.com The Wolf On Wall Street “I'm really loving all that's happening in class. Thank you for your continuous encouragement and inspiration.” - Jessica Kahler http://jessicakahler.com/ "Tuesday was really special, I walked away with such a sense of self and power as a performer unlike ever before. Can't wait to dive deeper." - Wes Mason www.wesmasonstage.com "Can't be more excited and thankful for your class, your spirit, your mentoring!!!! I would say you're one of the few truly supporting, honest, authentic amazing artists out there right now. You are doing magic for us, keep it up!!!!" - Emma Ramos http://www.emmaramos.com/ Your class is just what I needed. You have such a wonderful, positive and inspiring way of helping others. Thank you very very very much for choosing to help us actors do what we love and do it well! I love you! – Breece Wilson http://breecewilson.com/ "Thank you so much for all of your help and incredible insight. I have learned so much from you these past couple of months. I feel so much more confident in auditions situations-- on or off camera. And I feel like I have a deeper understanding of myself as an actor-- my unique essence, and a deeper appreciation of it. As well as how to keep it light! :)" - Myra Thibault http://www.myrathibault.com ""I have been reflecting on the class all week and whenever i think about it i feel calm. Just calm about my work and calm about the future and that is rare for me. Your class really is a safe space to work in and i've not felt that before. Thank you again so much for a truly unique and amazingly fun class! I really do feel very changed as an actor. " - Katie Honaker www.KatieHonaker.com "It can be very hard, as one gets older, to dig into what blocks you- impeding your work, your flow, your joy, etc- and I am deeply grateful to you for giving me a safe space in which I can reveal those things so I can exorcise it and be in my bliss again!" - Darius DeHaas http://www.dariusdehaas.com/ "Honesty. You showed me how to be honest in this business, THE ARTS and myself . When I came into your class I was lost. I had auditioned like a mad man. I had done seminars and met with casting directors and agents. I produced web shows with people that I didn't see eye to eye with on the art. So you make me think about being Honest about my Type, Look and my Abilities. I have been auditioning for a long time and I hate being type casted. Yeah, I know they want to type you because you look a certain way. But my heart and guts tell me that it doesn't have to be that way. I don't have to play a cabbie or tough guy or a terrorist or the funny Indian guy. (I'm not Indian BTW, lol.) So I came back to being Honest. When I play a character, I have to be totally honest in those moments. But then I'm not honest with my self when the camera stops or when the lights black out on stage... So I'm not a writer or director or have any formal training, but who needs a method when you have passion? Thanks, Heidi. You saved me big time...I almost quit 2 months prior and thanks for giving back to the Arts ..to receive things you must first give back..." - Zeshan Bhatti “Your eye and focus and ability to dissect talent issues... amazing.” – Lisa Tharps www.LisaTharps.com "I have been doing this since I was 5 years old, taken a million acting classes and yours was the only one that I actually felt truly helped me as a blocked artist." - Lauren Toub www.LaurenToub.com "I seriously cannot thank you enough for the gift of working with you. These classes and the homework have been a mind-blowing experience. Thank you for helping me break through walls! I feel like The Hulk!" Laura Daniel "Today was the first audition where I really felt like I took back the power in the room, and thus no matter what happens, I feel really great about what I did! And more confident in my abilities for next time. Do I think it was the best work I've done in an audition? No, definitely not, but it was definitely the best overall audition experience I've had in a looong, looong time, or maybe ever. And now I feel like I can focus more on the prep for the actual work - I know, craaaazy idea- instead of freaking out about going into the room. All thanks to techniques you've shared with us. I just had to share that with you. Thank you!!" - Faith Aronowitz http://www.faitharonowitz.com/ "I loved your class and it really did help to boost my confidence ( as well as my skills) as I head back out to the wilds of LA." - Mia Baron "I'd love for you to know that I still apply your audition technique and find it invaluable. In fact I just booked a recurring role on Boardwalk Empire season 3 " - Katy Wright-Meade http://katywrightmead.com HBO’s Boardwalk Empire "It was really nice to get to know you again after all these years, and I do feel that what I learned in the class has fundamentally changed how I audition on camera. No small thing!" - Dashiell Eaves http://www.dashielleaves.com "[The agent] said, "Yep. I can tell Ana Maria's been working with Heidi Marshall"." - Ana Maria Jomoloca “I remember one of our classes where you talked of women and make-up and how going without make-up can be a powerful tool that we should get comfortable using. So, I used it! Of course once I got to the audition and saw all the "hot mamas" I began the doubting game! Ah, the mind, such a beautiful dangerous weapon we use to torture ourselves!! In any case Heidi, your classes have taught me to think more expansively about the audition/casting/role-making process; in the past I never would have gone for an "older" role or gone without make-up & such - ultimately, these are the self-imposed boundaries that limit us. And even though I didn't think I got the part, I wasn't sad about it because I came in fully prepared. Actually getting the part was almost beyond comprehension! Wouldn't you know, I got the call from the director giving me the role!” -Shannon Conley “Thank you for the wonderful tips you gave us. Since your class I've been booking student films, taking more classes, and growing as an actor. I'm trying to take my acting to the next level.” – Erin Singleton “I was inspired by all of the direction and exercises you provided during class. It brought to light a number of different areas that I had not ever been exposed to. In essence I now have more tools in my box because of your class.” -Mia Zifkin "I had a good casting session with several indie film casting directors at Network event. I have to say, that they loved the picture you suggested as an Indie shot, overall the scene was a big hit, and it was wonderful to be able to direct them to my website to see my reel for other work. Thanks for pushing for those things to come together. " - Eric Chase http://www.ericdchase.com/ I loved your class and it really did help to boost my confidence ( as well as my skills) as I head back out to the wilds of LA. - Mia Baron

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