Streeters is a leading global artist management agency representing talent in the fields of fashion and beauty. Founded in London in 1988, and opening an office in NY a few years later, Streeters has cultivated a community of artists and agents who focus on the disciplines of image making, styling, hair, makeup, set design, casting, choreography, creative direction, and multi-media amongst others. 

Beyond day-to-day management and representation, Streeters works with their artists and clients on projects of all types including brand and product development, public relations, social media strategy, brand ambassadorships, digital partnerships, image licensing, exhibitions, events, and book publishing.

Streeters is part of Great Bowery. They have reimagined the traditional agency approach by uniting a diverse range of globally recognized luxury image-makers with creative strategists to offer clients end to end service from project inception to full scale execution. Across the entire collective, their services include creative, artist representation, image licensing, and distribution strategy. Founded in 2015 with headquarters in New York City and London, their clients are comprised of the world’s most iconic companies spanning fashion, beauty, Web3, technology, and more. Brands that are part of Great Bowery are B&A, Bowie, CLM, Coveteur, Gallery Stock, GBI, Lookbooks, M.A.P., Streeters, and Trunk Archive.


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Diversity & Inclusion Statement

Streeters is committed to creating a diverse, inclusive and equitable community within our corner of the fashion, beauty, and creative industries. We strive to increase the diversity of the artists that we represent, to encourage our clients to produce content that represents the world in which we live and to cultivate a more diverse and inclusive workplace for our employees.

The best ideas are brought to life by people from different races, religions, colors, ages, gender identities, sexes, national origins, abilities and experiences. We pledge to continually educate ourselves, our clients and our collaborators to value different perspectives and to celebrate global creativity.

Employment Opportunities


Streeters is looking for established hair stylist assistants with great experience in shows and on set, to work with one of our high-profile hair stylists in the upcoming show seasons, globally. 

The candidate must be based in Europe.  

Please send your CVs to stella@streeters.com to apply. 



Emma Roach Studio is a busy set design studio looking for a Project / Studio Manager to join its experienced team. It’s a dual role, with a focus on the delivery of client work as well as the overall organisation of the studio.

The successful applicant must be an experienced, organised and highly motivated individual who can cope with varied responsibilities and thrives on working in a highly pressured, creative environment. You will often communicate directly with clients, manage all projects, help with the day-to-day running of the studio, and support the overall creative vision.

This is an excellent opportunity to work closely with the team and to impact high-profile projects.

Your responsibilities:

Manage projects from taking an initial briefing to overseeing the production of sets.

This includes:

  • Project management to ensure the job is delivered on time and within budget to the highest creative standard possible
  • Support all project planning, quality control, scheduling and production aspects.
  • Coordinating prep and shoot logistics, liaising with agents, producers, set builders, + freelancers.
  • Helping manage projects proactively with a positive outlook.
  • Working closely with the creative team to achieve efficient direction and workflow for each project.
  • Compiling presentations, working collaboratively with clients throughout a project, listening carefully and facilitating any changes or requests.

Project Accounting:

  • Responsible for financial accountability, including project estimating and managing the budget throughout the project timeline
  • Work with our external suppliers to obtain quotes, manage timescales and ensure delivery
  • Invoicing of jobs and final receipt reconciliation

Studio Support:

  • Develop workflows and processes
  • Responsible for helping to manage the studio diary with the director, including admin tasks
  • Social Media Management

Skills/Experience/Knowledge/Interest needed:

  • Minimum two years + of industry experience in a similar role, preferably in a design studio.
  • Proven client/supplier management, budget creation & management through to onsite delivery.
  • Excellent attention to detail and organisational skills.
  • Be forward-thinking and decisive.
  • Strong critical thinking and conflict resolution skills.
  • Be friendly and personable.
  • Have a strong work ethic.
  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and a willingness to adapt to the daily needs of the design team.
  • A creative eye and understanding of the mechanics of photo/film shoots would be beneficial.
  • Dynamic and a team player.
  • An active interest in art and design.
  • High proficiency in Keynote, Google sheets, Adobe Creative Suite + Mac systems.

To Consider:

  • The role starts with a three-month trial period.
  • You will be working closely with the director and a freelance team.
  • Willing to travel UK-wide and internationally.
  • Working hours will be standard office times; however, deadlines and installations may stretch this further.


If you're interested in this position, please send an email with your CV, at apply@emmaroach.com

Project Manager - New York

Title: Project Manager/Producer - Still Life & Product Photography 

Location: New York 

Job Type: Full time (Tuesday-Thursday in the office, some days on set in photo studio) 

Reports to: Producer 


Job Summary

Assist agents and producers representing high level still life/product photographer and director. Monitor project progress, manage deadlines, oversee post production, solve issues that arise, manage budget. Technical knowledge around CGI, Photography, Motion Control, Post Production for still, moving image and CGI.


Main Project Management Duties

  • Review creative briefs and be able to see what budget and teams are needed to complete each job
  • Work alongside producer to 
    • Create project estimates and prepare final invoices
    • Manage budgets from start to finish, tracking costs throughout the life of a shoot
    • Option and book freelance artists to assist on shoots and other projects
  • Manage post production calendars with photographer, client and post house
  • Manage incoming and outgoing products that are being photographed, keep inventory of all product and comps at the studio
  • Liaise with artists and their assistants throughout a job
  • Communicate with clients and creative agencies to keep them updated throughout projects
  • Liaise with vendors 
  • Keep job files organized with receipts, invoices, creative decks, call sheets, etc. 
  • Source and negotiate with vendors for post production, prop, compositing, set design, glam teams, catering, camera and equipment hire, producers
  • Prepare weekly call sheets


Secondary Duties 

  • Reconcile jobs with the finance department
  • Work with finance to ensure all vendors are paid
  • Research potential collaborators – prop stylists, motion control ops, etc
  • Work with art department and agents to maintain digital portfolios and websites
  • Help manage artist calendar keeping track of shoot crews
  • Keep artist studio clean and well stocked (book cleaning service, repairmen, order supplies, etc.)
  • Meeting prep and followups
  • Assisting with administrative tasks as needed


Skills needed

  • Confidence and professionalism in speaking with high level talent and clients
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Highly organized and able to take initiative
  • Problem solving 
  • Ability to multitask
  • Flexible to change
  • Good math skills
  • Ability to speak, read and write fluently in English
  • Discretion, common sense, calm under pressure
  • Willingness to be available early mornings, evenings and weekends as needed
  • Knowledge of fashion photography, product photography, stop motion, post production, camera and lighting equipment a plus
  • Interest in photography and CGI a must


Schedule and hours

  • Our team works onsite at our Soho office and at the photographer’s studio in Midtown several days a week and virtually the rest. Candidates must be able to commute. This position may require you to be on set with photographers in various locations during the week or on weekends when they are shooting. 
  • Office hours are 9:30 - 6 pm but you must be available on phone and email when the artists are working or traveling (nights, weekends, holidays within reason)


Benefits include

  • PTO including Vacation, Personal, Safe/Sick Time and Various National Holidays
  • 401k with employer match
  • Medical, Vision and Dental Insurance
  • FSA/DCA – Flexible Spending and Dependent Care
  • Basic Life Insurance and AD&D (Company Paid)
  • Long Term Disability and Short-Term Disability (Company Paid)
  • Commuter Benefits (Transit Check and/or Parking)
  • Paid Family Leave/Bonding is administered through NYS FML



  • $45,000 - $70,000, commensurate with experience. 


How to apply


To be considered for this position, please send your resume to recruitmentny@streeters.com. Please include the Job Post Title in the subject of your email. Applications submitted in any other way will not be considered. 


Streeters is committed to creating a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable community within our industry. We pledge to continue representing diverse talent, creating and celebrating imagery that represents the world in which we live, and fostering a positive work environment for our team. 


As such, we are proud to be an equal-opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, political affiliation, socioeconomic status, ability, age, or veteran status.

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