Infinity Artists is a Scottish based actors’ agency where client relationships and career development are our driving force. Infinity has built strong relationships across a broad spectrum of the industry, UK wide, to allow our clients the best possible opportunities and gain the career paths best suited to their lives.

Based in Out of the Blue Drill Hall, Edinburgh, where artistic endeavours are at the heart of the both the office and the building, Infinity’s team are very much at home.  Our client list (whom we love to talk about), are based UK wide, with many working across International, TV/Film, regional and West End theatre and dance.

For more info on our clients and services please do not hesitate to Contact Us.

Infinity Artists is a member of The Personal Managers Association.

Susie Dumbreck – Agent
Susie’s desire to work in the arts industry began at a very young age with her training beginning with mastering the works of Max Bygraves and Val Doonican (her Dad’s LP collection sadly lacking), and moving on to tackle Lloyd Webber’s Starlight Express at 12 and Sondheim’s Into the Woods at 18.  She finally formalised her training when she graduated the Royal Academy of Music in the 1990s.   As a performer, she tread the boards at more than a few London and regional theatres .

However, it was not all pan stick and ginger tea! She spent several years as a senior administrator in the finance sector and moonlighted as a director, tutor and producer before joining the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland as a lecturer in 2009.  It was whilst at RCS she found her passion for nurturing, promoting and developing the talent of gifted individuals.  Infinity grew from the desire to work more closely in the development of new careers in this ‘business of show’.  


Ryan Ferrie – Associate Agent
Ryan is from Hertfordshire and studied BA Musical Theatre at the Royal Conservatoire of Scotland. After graduation Ryan worked in TV, Film and Stage as both actor, director and choreographer; eventually choosing to return and stay in Scotland he there worked with companies such as BBC Scotland, Tron Theatre and NTS.

Whilst continuing his work as director and choreographer he is now also a lecturer of Musical Theatre for the Juniors programme at the RCS. Ryan has since made the transition within the industry from actor to agency, here he feels able to support, nurture and guide the careers of the clients.