Casarotto Ramsay & Associates Limited
Casarotto Ramsay & Associates was founded in 1989 and represents many of the best known writers and directors of film, theatre and television in the world. We are proud of our personal touch and see ourselves as a boutique agency. Our clients range from newer talents to very well established names, which means we operate across the complete spectrum and internationally.
Jenne Casarotto heads up the film and television department, with senior agents Rachel Holroyd (who is also Managing Director) and Jodi Shields. Working alongside are Elinor Burns, Tracey Hyde, Lucinda Prain, Rob Kraitt, Mark Casarotto, Sophie Dolan, Anthony Mestriner, Abby Singer, Lotte Beasley and Charlotte Kelly (who works out of the Dublin office). The team represent film and television directors, writers, producers, estates and the film and television rights for a select number of books. We do not represent publishing rights to books, nor do we represent actors.
Tom Erhardt, Mel Kenyon and Rachel Taylor all work as leading agents in the theatre department. Together they represent a highly talented and prestigious list of established and emerging playwrights and stage directors, while Luke Holbrook represents amateur and stock rights.
We like our client list to speak for itself.
Casarotto Marsh Limited
Casarotto Marsh Limited deals exclusively with technical heads of department: Directors of Photography, Production Designers, Costume Designers, Editors, Line Producers and Special Effects Supervisors for film, television, promos and commercials. Emma Trounson and Kate Bloxham head up the Television department, Francesca Robertson is covering for Emma whilst she is on Maternity leave. Cara McVean deals with short films, television comedy, returning series and pilots. Eleanor Cook heads up the feature film department and Lucie Llewellyn deals with commercials, documentaries and low budget films. We work closely with our partner agency in Los Angeles, Sandra Marsh & Associates, to introduce our clients to projects originating on both sides of the Atlantic and around the globe.