Is your child interested in becoming a model? Great! We are always
looking for fresh new faces to join our ever expanding agency.
Please remember, life as a child model is not easy. nor is it so easy for you as a parent, but it can be great fun and very rewarding.
Some things to think about before you apply to us
All our castings and jobs take place in London and usually with only 24 hours notice. We
therefore only accept applications from children who live within 1 hour's travel time of Central London.
Please also consider the time and cost of travelling involved for you and your child.
Castings for school age children are held after school until around 5.30 pm. So if you work full time, please consider who would be
available to take your child to castings and if they would be happy to do this on a regular basis. Only parents, legal guardians or
licensed chaperones are allowed to accompany children on shoots.
Work can be in school time. If you're not happy for your child to miss any school, then this may not be for you.
Work for children under school age usually take place during the day.
Babies and toddlers should be calm, relaxed in front of a camera and happy to go to strangers.
Children should be well behaved, confident and enjoy meeting people.
So if you think your child has got what it takes, then please don't hesitate to contact us to find out more.
"I have worked with Elisabeth Smith for over 15 years and have always found their professionalism and service impeccable. We have booked some amazing children, of all ages, and got beautiful photographs from our shoots. I would highly recommend Charlotte and her team. "
Ali Covele - The Bright Side
"We have been with a few agencies in the past and find Elisabeth Smith the most easy to deal with! The efficiency and family feel to the agency make it a real pleasure to be on their books. Elisabeth Smith work with quality clients who make the shoots really fun. My two sons have worked with Kinder Egg, Great Little Trading Company, MCS and have even been in a promo film and on the front cover of a book!"