It all began when Brice Compagnon met Maud Cosials in 1995. One of the premier casting directors in Paris, Brice Compagnon had her get headshots for the first time and got her signed at Viva, a modeling agency. After a few years of hanging around the studios, she got the feeling that the job didn’t fit her quite right. The moment that the opportunity presented itself she asked to be Brice’s assistant, without knowing that one day she would launch her own career as a casting director. After ten years of experience—from polaroids and street castings to the most extreme casting scenarios imaginable—Maud had learned it all from A to Z.
In 2013 #castingbymaud took flight, marking the beginning of an era of independence and social media. Maud then cultivated her street casting by seeking new avenues, and found herself in close collaboration with Black Rainbow magazine.
Her expertise has attracted clients such as Yves Rocher, Orange, Contrex, Eleven Paris, Citadium, Puma, and others.