What we do
WESTHAVEN MANAGEMENT GROUP is unparalleled in its representation of a broad spectrum of diversity, reflecting the uniqueness and empowerment of all types of people around the world.
WESTHAVEN MANAGEMENT GROUP demonstrates that there is intrinsic value in recognizing the beauty and power in each of us. To truly celebrate this range of talent,
WESTHAVEN MANAGEMENT GROUP is comprised of 33 separate brands, each belonging to a particular genre of talent.
Common questions about our company.
WESTHAVEN INTERNATIONAL is based in each major city represented on our board. The heads of the company are based in Los Angeles and Las Vegas. We currently do not have offices, but we will be looking to reopen offices once the current global situation changes.
The heads of the company have been been in this industry for 20 years. The corporation WESTHAVEN INTERNATIONAL was established in in 2016.
We do represent and book models around the world. Visit our MAP to see which cities we have talent.
Yes, we represent children from 0-12, and teens from 13-17.
Yes, we do. MAGNIFICENT is our plus women’s board and REGULUS is our plus men’s board.
When it comes to marketing to clients, the more specific we are in our presentation, the more effective our reach. This is why we have one brand for each genre of talent.
Yes, we do provide free tips and training to our signed talent. For those who need in depth one-on-one coaching, you can sign up for a course with ACADEMEDIA Arts.
We want our talent to have multiple streams of income. You can see some of the ways by visiting our MONEY STREAMS page.
Technically, you can never be too old to model. Makeup brands have now widely used models over 40 years old. Many luxury, medical, and real estate brands seek talent over the age of 60. Iris Apfel, age 99, is still a working model.
An “Inclusive Contract” is one in which all aspects of services required are provided given that the model and the manager/agent are openly communicating. This is a contrast from an “Exclusive Contract” where you can only book through the company you are signed to. In other words, we are more of a non-exclusive model, but we would like to be included and involved in your career.
A talent manager focuses on building a talent’s brand, guiding them to make good career choices, and manages business for the talent. In contrast, an agent is primarily focused on booking the talent.