Here is Lola at her shoot yesterday, she loved it. The team were fantastic and made it a very enjoyable experience.

Many Thanks

Lucy 🙂 xx



Just to let you all know what a lovely morning we had filming for Mothercare careers website. Everyone was so friendly and couldn’t do enough for us (even running off down the shops to get Ollie some lemonade). Ollie had a great time filming and they made the whole experience so fun for him playing games in between takes.
Thank you everyone at BK for this opportunity and look forward to hopefully many more
Hugs and Kisses
Ollie and Denise (Mum)



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Furniture Village

We arrived at the Furniture Village store in Bristol for the shoot and Daniel was taken straight to wardrobe where he was fitted out with a shirt to go with his jeans.  Daniel was one of the background artists, playing the part of a young son in a family visiting the furniture store.


We had a very comfy waiting area, a selection of sofas in a corner of the store, where we chatted with other background artists including Daniel’s on-screen parents.  Lots of snacks and treats were available for us to munch on while we waited to go on set.  Daniel’s “sister” Georgie – another Bizzykid – arrived and they hit it off straight away and enjoyed testing out the reclining chair.


It was quite a long wait while other scenes with the adult artists were filmed but at last came the time for the background family to do their part.  After a quick rehearsal, Daniel and Georgie were walking along with their mum and dad in the background, while other actors were acting out a scene choosing a sofa.  The director kept calling for the main scene to be filmed again and therefore the background family also had to repeat their part numerous times.  The children did not tire of this and their “mum and dad” commented on how brilliant they were.

After the scene was successfully filmed, the children were able to leave although we sneaked in a quick late lunch on the crew bus before the long drive home.


Many thanks to Bizzykidz, especially Dawn for this experience.  We were amazed at the number of people and amount of work involved filming a short ad.  As only background artists, we don’t expect to see them clearly but nevertheless will still eagerly be watching out for our kids when the ad is aired.





Mollie had a fab first time on shoot especially as she got to play with some new toys! She loves the camera and certainly played up to it! The photographers and other staff were patient and great with Mollie! It was a long day as we had to travel 4 hours away from home but Mollie was so good and enjoyed herself as did me and her dad! A big thank you too BizzyKidz for giving Mollie this opportunity xx