Some of our very talented collaborators
An expert producer of feature films, short films and corporates. Having worked for some of the biggest names in British film production, the breadth of her experience and contacts is second to none.
A highly experienced production manager who has worked across broadcast documentaries and digital factual output for a range of high profile production companies. Her production experience and knowledge covers all aspects from pitching to post. She’s also a writer and director of short dramas.
An artist, illustrator and writer. Zoe creates illustrations using a mixture of ink, watercolour and pastels, along with a multitude of different pens. Artwork is then digitally composed and edited. As well as working on digital platforms for film, Zoe’s work includes illustration for children’s books and fine art prints.
An experienced editor, camera operator and producer having worked for the last ten years on broadcast television projects in the United Kingdom, Middle East and Australia.
He has filmed and edited high profile documentary films for Channel 4 and the BBC, including:
‘Mad Dog: Gaddafi’s Secret World’,
‘Ian Brady: Endgames of a Psychopath’,
‘50 Years of Bad Sex’,
‘Dispatches: Gypsy Eviction’, and
‘The Rise & Fall of Rupert Murdoch’.
In 2011 he produced and edited ‘Shark Harbour’ for ABC Australia and National Geographic (becoming NGC Wild’s third highest rated film in its history).
A recent Media Production graduate of Bournemouth University, Ellie has a range of skills, but her strengths lie in producing and editing. As part of her degree, she has produced work for clients such as RSPB, Chalke Valley History Festival, Factory Studios and Bournemouth University’s Student Union. She has worked on Bright Buttons’ BBC Bitesize projects as a production assistant and has carried out development research.
A hugely experienced sound recordist for both factual and drama series. As well as this, he has directed many behind the scenes documentaries for feature films.
An experienced location sound recordist having worked across broadcast documentary, online films, commercials and corporates. Comfortable in both the studio, on location and hostile environments, he is expert in capturing sound in any situation – even halfway up a mountain or in the wilds of the Arctic! He also has his own audio post-production studio in Weymouth.
Visit Stu at Rivington Sound.
A multi-skilled production manager with experience in both live-broadcast events and digital factual programming. Lauren is also an incredibly skilled make-up artist and hair stylist, see her portfolio at LaurenEliseWright.com
With over 300 scores to his name, Howard is one of the UK’s leading composers for film, television, radio and theatre. His orchestral scores have been performed by the BBC Concert Orchestra, and both the Royal Philharmonic and Philharmonia Orchestras. He regularly works on documentaries for the BBC and is also a Professor of Composition for Screen at the Royal College of Music, London.
A specialist in English and Maths GCSE, Functional Skills and SfL. She has worked for many organisations and institutions in education and business, including the BBC, NIACE, emCETT and the Education Training Foundation (ETF).
A London-based film composer and music producer. He specialises in contemporary electronic and acoustic production, sound design and songwriting. In 2016 he completed his Masters in Composition for Screen at the Royal College of Music. Website: ezraaxelrod.com
A hugely experienced Director of Photography whose past work ranges from feature films (Shaun Of The Dead), television comedy (The Mighty Boosh) to documentary series (Monarchy, Timewatch, The South Bank Show and Imagine). Jon has worked for a diverse range of clients including the BBC, ITV, C4, Discovery Channel, Warner Bros, Columbia Pictures and many of the major independents.
Jed is currently on an extended placement at Bright Button as part of his university course. He is currently studying for a Foundation Degree in Creative Media Production (Film & TV) at Plymouth University.
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