Marie Morgan has been a media make-up artist for 10 years working in film, TV, commercials, music video, corporate and educational mediums. Her TV credits range from period dramas Downton Abbey, Victoria , Call The Midwife, to contemporary dramas DCI Banks, Vera and fantasy series Beowulf and The Last Kingdom. She currently resides in Derbyshire with two dogs and her daughter.
Sophie is a camera trainee who graduated with a degree in Film and Television Production from York St John University in 2016. Sophie is a part of Screenskills (formally Creative Skillset) 2018 intake. She has worked as a trainee on shows such as Still Open All Hours, The War of the Worlds, Dr Who and currently Keeping Faith season 2.
Claire began her career at Granada TV, and worked for Central, Carlton and CITV as a Producer/Director of entertainment and childrens’ programmes, before moving into drama. She was a script reader and editor for several companies before becoming Head of Development and Associate Producer at Impossible Pictures. Claire joined BBC Independent Drama as an Executive Producer in 2011, working on Inspector George Gently, Waterloo Road and New Tricks. She joined Company Pictures later the same year to exec Shameless, Wild at Heart, Moonfleetand ten further RTS Award-winning Inspector George Gently films. Claire left Company Pictures at the beginning of 2018 and is now developing a slate of TV and film projects for her own company, Red Room Films.
Nick Girvan has been working in television as a location manager for over twenty-five years. During that time Nick has worked on some of the most well-loved British TV shows including Holby City, Doctors, EastEnders and ITV British Crime Drama – Vera.
Emily enrolled at Manchester Metropolitan University, studying BA in Film and Media, where she gained a great understanding and knowledge in film theory and graduated with 1st class honours. Wanting to develop her skills further, she studied MA Film and Media Production at Sheffield Hallam University where she excelled in Producing and found her passion. She graduated from Sheffield Hallam with a merit and continued to work in TV and Film Production.
She was chosen for Creative England’s iShorts scheme with short film The Devil’s In The Detail and was also selected to participate in Creative England’s Making the Leap training scheme. She then received funding from BFI/ Creative England to produce short film Remora which had a successful festival and online release. She has worked at Sheffield based production companies Studio of the North where she was Assistant Producer for feature length documentary Still Loved, Inflammable films and Warp Films. She has worked across numerous television shows and films including Paddy Considines’ latest feature film Journeyman.
With over ten years’ experience working as an editor Richard has built a portfolio of impressive work across both Film and Television including Stan Lee’s Lucky Man, The Missing, Bulletproof, Skins, Misfits and the forthcoming BBC Period Drama, The Long Song.
Having begun her career over a decade ago as a production runner, Katie has worked her way up the production ranks, and is now a freelance producer, production manager and production co-ordinator with a wealth of experience in both film and television production. Having worked with such names as Shane Meadows, she also has experience in commercials, factual programming, music and live television, and now focuses on drama and thrillers.
Rupert Lloyd Parry
Rupert is a UK based Key Grip with a broad experience of Film and TV productions. Having started in a small rental house working on corporate videos and pop promos in the early 90’s he has over twenty five years’ experience and over 50 Feature Film credits. Now a Adv. Level 3 Key Grip he has experience of working throughout the UK across Europe and North Africa and was described by one Producer as ‘a good Grip, a good man and a pleasure to work with’.
Grant Bridgeman is a production sound mixer/sound recordist for Film and Television Drama. He has been nominated for Three BAFTA craft awards; his work includes Peaky Blinders, Little Boy Blue, The Moorside, Humans, Cilla and Mr Selfridge.