Jem has worked in the industry for over 10 years, on a wide variety of productions ranging from commercials, music videos to feature films. His roles have developed over time covering roles such as runner, VT op, edit assistant, 1st AD to second unit director on the feature film "Starfish".  

"The Good Boy" is one of several short screenplays written by Jem - He has also got 2 feature length screenplays in development.


Sam and Jem are no strangers. The two of them studied together at university and have worked on a number of projects with one another, from short films to music videos. 


Sam has had a wide and varied career in the media industry. While studying at Ravensbourne College, he worked as a cameraman and editor for QTV, a concierge company, that wanted to promote hotels, restaurants, shops and events that their members would be interested in. As he came to the end of his university life, with the vision of one day being a producer/director, he was inspired by some wise words given to him. 'To be the best producer or director, it always helps to know what everyone in the team does to make the final product happen.' Thus, he took it upon himself to learn about as many areas of the industry as possible. He has worked as an editor for Disney, Camera assisted at the Baftas, edit assisted and QC'd for an Iranian TV channel, made music videos in Spain, ran the post production department at PR firm TVC and post produced global television/digital adverts for H&O. 


Now, Sam has moved into the world of AR and VR as a producer for Zappar, but he hasn't lost touch with his production background as he regularly works with Youtube channel, Budget Videos, helping make their epic trailer reproductions. 


Rich Bertenshaw is a freelance cinematographer & focus puller with years of experience behind the camera. Shooting everything from feature films, short films and music videos & commercials, Rich thrives on getting stuck into exciting new projects, working with talented people and creating beautiful images. 

THE 1st AC - Owain Rhys-Dain

Owain Rhys Dain has over 10 years of experience in the film and television industry. Most regularly working in the broadcast post production field, however looking for a change he’s now starting to branch out into production working on new and exciting projects.


Production Sound Mixer and Sound Recordist Adam Fletcher has been recording sound since he was 15. Originally from a music back ground Adam started recording music in his bedroom with a cheap dynamic microphone and some free software. At the age of 18 he opened his first recording studio in his home town, Derby, at the popular rock and roll music venue, 'The Victoria Inn'. Adam recorded and produced music for local artist like Thee Deadtime Philharmonic, The Telephones and The Downpage Liberation. At the same time he recorded sound for zero budget short films for fun and found a love for capturing clean dialogue. He also used his recording studio facilities to do sound design, dubbing mixing and ADR recording. Adam then went on to Boom Operate for other Production Sound Mixers on Feature films and TV Drama where he has continued to learn and progress. Eventually Adam became very busy recording sound on Commercials, corporate videos and TV broadcast. He decided to put his music career on hold and focus on film and TV. He has now started working mainly on Dramas as Production Sound Mixer. Adam believes that great sound is extremely important to telling stories through film, capturing original performances cinematically is his ultimate aim. He collaborates with Directors early and really gets behind the script. He says its extremely important to get him and his team involved early in pre production to give them best chance to capture original performances as clean as possible. Feel free to shorten it.


He has been a Production Designer for +4 years and has worked on music videos which have amounted more than 15 million views, worked with artists such as Dizzee Rascal, Production Designed national TV Documentary Reconstruction, and he Art Directed for the feature 'Kicking Off' which won Best Film at Raindance Film Festival in 2015. Alex has a good team for larger productions and we all take great pride his art and design on set. 


Growing up in Hawaii, he always felt a kinship to music. Kanoa believes that music is a language that allows the listener to recall specific places and times in their life. As a passionate film composer, Kanoa strives to capture the essence and vision of the director on every project he is a part of. He is a graduate of the master's program at Columbia College of Chicago with an MFA in film scoring. During his last semester, he interned at the Chicago Recording Company, gaining greater knowledge in recording and mixing. Kanoa is highly proficient in Logic, Pro Tools and Sibelius. He also have decent experience with Cubase and Max/MSP. Kanoa is currently based out of Los Angeles, California.


April Lawrence is a freelance make up artist based in Kent and currently employed by Mac Cosmetics. April has always had a love for make up which is why she decided to pursue her career as a make up artist. She completed a short course with DFMA covering Tv, Film, media and fashion but is also self taught. Her true passion is glitz and glam but also loves getting involved with a bit of gore too.


Lucas is from Cambridge and has been acting professionally since 2014. In that short time, he has landed roles in major feature films and international commercial campaigns (Star Wars: The Last Jedi, Special K) alongside lead roles in smaller indie projects and music videos (Brothers, Kasabian).



Emma will be playing the supporting role of 'Emilie'.


Emma Hemingford graduated last summer from Oxford University and is represented by Middleweek Newton. Notable credits include Titania in the Thelma Holt International Tour of A Midsummer Night's Dream, which travelled from London's West End to the Tokyo Metropolitan Theatre; Miranda in The Tempest (U.K. Tour) and Jules in For Queen And Country (Etcetera Theatre, London). Emma just finished a run at The Actor's Centre of the sell-out one-woman show Wine Over Clementine, which The Guardian's Michael Billington called 'mesmerising'. 


Johanna will be playing the role of Elliot's Mother.


Johanna adores film and tv and always has! Ever since her childhood she has attached such importance to how actors engage their audience through accurate, authentuc replication of the vulgarity, complexity and beauty of our human condition and now nothing brings her greater pleasure than doing the same!