Always wanted to be in pictures? Here’s your chance: The Dunwoody Convention and Visitors Bureau is looking for a few folks willing to be models in photos in materials promoting Dunwoody.

The convention and visitors bureua needs from six to 10 people aged 35 to 60 to act as models during a photo shoot on Wednesday, Nov. 4, Executive Director Katie Bishop said.

The models won’t be paid and must provide their own transportation. They will be photographed walking, dining, shopping, having a fine time, and otherwise “experiencing life in Dunwoody (both Perimeter Center and the Dunwoody Village),” according to the convention and visitors bureau. Clothing, the organization said, “should be trendy yet casual.”

Anyone who’s interested should contact Bishop at katieb@cvbdunwoody for more information.

Joe Earle is Editor-at-Large. He has more than 30-years of experience with daily newspapers, including the Atlanta Journal-Constitution and was Managing Editor of Reporter Newspapers.