Christopher Brown

Director & Producer


Chris is a writer and director whose work has screened internationally. His film Remission (2014) was distributed by Peccadillo Pictures, on VOD and on their Boys on Film DVD collection, which peaked at No.1 on the world cinema list. Soap (2015) screened at the Vancouver International Film Festival and won an honorable mention at the New Jersey International Film Festival. As a screenwriter, Chris's awards include Best Screenplay at the Indian Cine Film Festival for Symptoms (2016). His feature script Knock-Out won Best Screenplay at the 2013 London Independent Film Festival, and the Cordelia Award for Best UK Screenplay at the BlueCat contest in LA. More information about his work can be found here.

Mike Leisegang



Mike has worked as a colourist on numerous films and was previously an award-winning advertising photographer, having been warmly received at the New York Festival, London International Advertising Awards, and the local Lourie Awards, to name but a few. As a young assistant photographer, he was fortunate to have worked alongside photographers such as Terry Ellis, Frank Herholdt and Leslie Decktor. Mike went on to achieve his own creative dreams with award-winning advertising campaigns. Moving between London and Johannesburg in South Africa, he eventually settled in the UK. He has recently acquired a new-found passion for the colour sciences and is hard at work developing his colourist expertise.

Emma Carroll



Emma has previously worked with directors to cast several short films, but more recently assisted on casting commercial campaigns for Very, Microsoft, Spanish Tourist Board and Cadburys. Emma is primarily an actor-musician, having trained at the University of Exeter and Mountview. Her theatre credits include national theatre tours, extensive voiceover and vocalist work, as well as several short films. 

Luc Sung Yu Lun

Director of Photography


Luc works internationally as a cinematographer and coordinator specializing in camera, lighting and grip departments. He has frequently worked with cross-cultural crews, and is fluent in English, Mandarin and French. Luc was a lighting coordinator on Martin Scorsese's lastest feature Silence, and has also worked as a cinematography coordinator for the Chinese Director of Photography Shi Luan. His past works as a DP and freelance cinematographer include commercials, music videos and short films, which have been broadcast on TV channels and online. He was DP on the film To Pluto, which won the Best Film Award at the 2016 MOD Micro Film Competition. Luc believes in lifelong learning and is dedicated to visual art. More information can be found on his website.

Alex Crampton

1st Assistant Director


Alex is an award-winning theatre director, producer and workshop facilitator. Nominated for the JMK Award and recipient of the OVNV TS Eliot US/UK Exchange in 2012, her work has featured at the Gate, Arcola Theatre, Southwark Playhouse, Theatre503 and Pleasance. She assisted Michael Attenborough for his 2012 production of King Lear starring Jonathan Pryce. Alex  is now exploring roles in television and film.

Jenny Anderton

Costume Designer


Jenny has worked on numerous film, TV and theatre productions. In total, she has costumed over fifty different productions, ranging from pantomime to an art house feature and everything in between. For Jenny, costumes are all about creating visual cues for the audience, so they know who the character is before the actor even says their first line. She believes that costumes are essential in helping an actor get into character, so a large part of her design process revolves around trying to get into the head of the character. More information can be found on her website.

Andrew Hill

Sound Design & Recording


Andrew is a composer of electroacoustic music, specialising in studio composed works both acousmatic (purely sound based) and audio-visual. His works have been performed internationally including performances at Fyklingen, Stockholm; GRM, Paris; ZKM, Karlsruhe; New York Public Library; London Contemporary Music Festival; San Francisco Tape Music Festival; Cinesonika, Vancouver; Festival Punto de Encuentro, Valencia; and many more. His works are composed with materials captured from the human and natural world, seeking to explore the beauty in everyday objects. He is particularly interested in how these materials are interpreted by audiences, and how these interpretations relate to our experience of the real and the virtual. He is Lecturer in Sound Design and Music Technology at the University of Greenwich. More information is available on his website.

Alexandra Boanta

1st Assistant Camera


Alexandra is based in London. She works in the camera department, specialising in documentary and branded content. She is passionate about music videos, dance films and short films, and holds an MA in Cinematography from Goldsmiths, University of London. Short films she has worked on have received awards in film festivals around the world, including in the UK, USA, Australia, France, Italy, India, Germany, Romania, and Lithuania. In 2016, she set up her own production company Rebel Films Ltd with sound recordist John Thorpe, in order to offer a more comprehensive body of work for her clients, as well as for producing her own projects. More information can be found on her website.

Chelsea Burkitt

Make-Up Artist

Based in London, Chelsea has a degree in Art from Goldsmiths College, University of London, and has completed the fashion, TV, and film makeup course at DFMA. She specializes in fashion make-up and her services cover beauty/editorial, couture/runway,  and corporate events. Recently she has worked on projects for Spectrum London, assisting on an LGBT web series produced by Monica Y. Dee at RKive productions, and Four Quartets, assisting on an LGBT music video directed by Marco Alessi. More information can be found on her website.