Have you ever wanted to be a professional actor? Model? Or entertainer in general? This is the program for you!
In this once a week virtual Zoom class, Miss PJ will guide you through the steps, process, and behind the scenes of becoming a professional entertainer. With two magazine publications, two films, multiple modeling projects and awards under her belt, Miss PJ has the right qualifications to lead this insightful program.
Her classes will cover a wide variety of topics, including: -Tips for nailing auditions. -Different types of acting (improv, drama, etc). -Equipment for voiceovers, YouTube, and singing. -Setting up online portfolios including websites and social medias. -Much more!
Miss PJ only accepts up to 12 students in this program, so hurry up to save your spot! You don't want to miss this one-of-a-kind class!
NOTE: for children under the age of 13, Miss PJ asks for parents to join their child on-call.
DAY: Saturdays, 10-11am PST
My name is PJ. I'm 24 years young, and I'm also neurodiverse (autistic).
Ever since I was a child, I've had a passion for helping other people; regardless of their age. I was one of those kids that stayed in from recess to help their teacher with their next big project. Or help another classmate catch up on their schoolwork. This led me to becoming both a teacher's assistant for two years in high school, and a volunteer for World Vision's KidREACH program for an additional three years. Working with so many elementary school students inspired me to work with them even more. I feel joy and comfort knowing that I am helping a child succeed in both the classroom, and in life.
After I graduated high school, I knew I wanted to get straight to work. I immediately started volunteering more with infants for MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers), and became a self-employed nanny. I've had experience as a live-in, live-out, and traveling nanny. However, because of my disabilities, I've recently been limited to how far I can go. I've always dreamed of owning my own in-home childcare program.
I like to see my disability, and disabilities in general, as an edge in a person, rather than a burden. I strongly believe that if a disabled child receives the accommodations that they need, they can do anything they set their minds to.
When I'm not working with kids, I love acting, modeling, singing, and my self-advocacy work. I'm currently signed with an acting and modeling agency. In my 4 years of a professional entertainment career, I've been in two films, five magazines (one being on the cover), one product, and received the 2019 Seattle Commission for People with DisAbilities: Inclusion Jubilee Youth Award for my autism/disability advocacy. In my free time, I love being with my husband and our cat, S'mores.
It is truly my honor and pleasure to be able to serve you, your family, and our community.