AWA is a boutique talent agency booking the New York and New England market.

Inspired by the 1996 film Jerry Maguire, AWA was built with the same principles for representing talent;

"Fewer Clients, Less Commission, More Personal Attention"










Bobby has worked at some of the most prestigious talent agencies in Hollywood including, ICM (2005-06), DPN (2007-2013) and the Osbrink Agency (2013-2018).

Bobby has helped book the current voice of Hyundai and other past clients of his include Wingstop, Jeep, Kia, Yakult, American Airlines, Applebee's and Samsung.

Bobby joined the AWA team in January 2019 where he now runs the Adult On-Camera Commercial, Print and Voice Over departments. 







Brianna comes from a long and varied background in theatre and the arts, specifically with a background in children's theatre. She has held positions as a director, administrator and educator at several arts & entertainment organizations, including The Boston Children's Theatre, Williamstown Theatre Festival and Barrington Stage Company. She is also herself, a talented performer

Brianna is grateful to be guiding and representing the careers of young people who share her passion for acting. As our Youth Agent, Brianna works daily with the print and video departments at HASBRO, and with other youth clients such as Bright Horizons and Care.com. She also pushes to get her kids Film & TV auditions in New York and has had success with major companies such as Disney and Nickelodeon










Andrew leads the Film & Television department with a passion for working in the movies that goes back to his childhood. With a 17 year background in the entertainment industry, Andrew has worked with many household names in both the UK and US

Andrew regularly campaigns in support of the Massachusetts Film Tax Incentives and is a local member of the Massachusetts Production Coalition. He is also a jury selection member for one of the country's top film festivals

Recent principal bookings for his division include: NOS4A2 (AMC) //  City On A Hill (Showtime) // Crashing (HBO) // The Society (Netflix) //  Castle Rock (HULU) // Gotham (FOX) // Wonderland (2019) // Jungleland (2019) // EVE (2020) // Little Women (2019)