Claire Cage has worked in a wide variety of roles in TV and Radio and Theatre in her career spanning over twenty years. TV appearances include Emmerdale, Bang, The Halcyon, Waterloo Road, Coronation Street, Doctors, Wizards versus Aliens, Torchwood, Sherlock, and Being Human.
She plays Anne in “Moon Dogs” which is currently on general release.
Claire appeared as a semi regular on Casualty and Holby CIty where she played Natalie Fletcher.
She worked with Richard Ayoade on his hit indie directorial debut, “Submarine” ,“The Sheepish Approach” and “Lucky Jim” with Craig Roberts. She played Sister Edith in the smash short “Little Munchkin” and went on to play Lottie Jenkins in “Elfie Hopkins” with Ray and Jamie Winstone, both directed by Ryan Andrews
Theatre credits include “The Iliad” with NTWales, “Leviathan” by Matthew Trevannian directed by Rachel O’Riordan, “An Enemy for the People” by Gary Owen directed by Adele Thomas, and Joan in “Sexual Perversity in Chicago” with Living Pictures Productions.
Glen fox trained at RADA where he honed his skills as an actor. He has appeared in various theatre production including 'Alexander in the rose' at the rose theatre, 'No thanks' at the chicken shed theatre and the international tour of 'The Bodyguard the musical'.
Glen has also appeared in the TV series 'Honourable woman' staring Maggie Gyllenhaal, and has featured in the movie 'Who Needs Enemies' directed by Peter Stylianou.
Native Irish, Nuala trained as an actor in London and has lived there ever since, although has returned to Ireland for theatre and film work and is ever happy to do so.
Film work includes the role of Mrs Meena McGlynn in the Hartley Merrill award-winning feature Conspiracy of Silence. She appeared as Rose Gannon (sister to Joey Musgrove) in the long running Channel 4 soap, Brookside.
Delighting in comedy, Nuala featured in the cult comedy series Father Ted as Sister Mary Gondola and also played the slightly aged but non the less vampish receptionist Clarabell in the popular CBBC series Scoop.
Theatre credits include the one-woman show Turning On, written especially for Nuala by Clive King. Most recently she toured England with Middle Ground in the new play the Verdict. Her favourite theatre work to date is touring the Highlands and islands of Scotland with Mull Theatre Company as Margrethe Bohr in Copenhagen and Mary Johnny Rafferty in A Skull in Connemara.
Cavin Cornwall is a London based actor. Recent film credits include ;
Star Wars The Force Awakens playing the part of Captain Sidon Ithano, other film credits include Rouge One, Les Miserables, Narrated by ( Short) and the award winning remake of Andrew Lloyd Webbers Jesus Christ Superstar. Cavin is currently performing in Disney's Aladdin at the Prince Edward Theatre, other theatre credits include; Jesus Christ Superstar ( Regents Park OAT and the Arena Tour ) Sister Act, Chicago the musical, The Full Monty, Miss Siagon and The Exonerated to name a few. Cavin's voice can be heard on numerous Commercials, Tv spots, Movie trailers and Video games.
Tom trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama from 1968 to 1971 gaining a Diploma in Dramatic Art. His successful career spans a wide genre of theatre productions both in the United Kingdom and abroad, regular appearances in Thames Television series; Making News playing Eddie Fraser (TV News Editor); a guest star role on The Sooty Show, where he commissioned to write an episode for the series. This was not as easy as it may appear, because as you know, 99% of the characters are mute puppets! Narration is another feather is Tom’s lustrous bow; for channels such The History Channel, The National Geographic and The Discovery channel.
His filmography includes Mauro The Gypsy, Dilemna, Hope and Glory, Death defying Acts, S.N.U.B., The Magnificent Eleven and Blood Moon.
As a member of The Institute of Advanced Motorists, Tom did most of his own high speed driving and stunts in THE BILL as the character DC Alan Woods, which he played for 4 years.
Tom is also an accomplished self taught Artist, screenwriter and novelist. Tom currently lives in Brighton with his actress wife Cookie Weymouth.
PETER LEE SCOTT
Peter has worked on a variety of film and commercial productions across Europe, North and South America, Africa, Asia and the Middle East.
From starting as a Producer in the UK film scene Peter got the directing bug and went on to make his award-winning directorial debut short film Colours in 2015 which played at numerous Oscar and BAFTA accredited film festival around the world and is nominated for Best British Short Film at the 2017 Iris Prize. Also leading him to be accepted by BAFTA and the BFI as a Director for the prestigious BAFTA Crew x BFI Network 2017 network.
Peter’s ability to mix storytelling with compelling visuals and sound design runs through his narrative and commercial work, which has also led him to make numerous successful commercials and content films like his award winning piece for ‘Medicontur’. Peter also runs an award winning commercials production company in London called Odelay Films with an eclectic group of directors on it’s roster.
Barbara has worked as a production manager across dozens of commercials and films before moving into producing, which is how she first met Peter in collaborating on his debut short film Colours. 'Sketch' is Barbara's second of three short film as producer, having just produced Our Father' as part of the Directors UK/ARRI Alexa Challenge and completing The Snail, for Film Earls Court.
Barbara's cinematographic passion lies in seeing the interpersonal dynamics, between the characters, unfold and evolve through the narrative.
(DIRECTOR OF PHOTOGRAPHY)
Aaron is an emerging director of photography living in London. He started working in the film industry as a lighting technician and worked his way up from short films to commercials and feature films which include: The Dark Knight Rises and Alice Through the Looking Glass.
His first and second feature film as a gaffer both premiered at Venice Film festival and Aaron has also been a gaffer a wide range of commercials for bands such as Tesco, Apple, Citroen, Morrisons, Nike, KFC, Vertu and the Cannes Lions winning commercial for Sport's England: This Girl Can.
Aaron has a great passion and skill for finding and composing well crafted shots and his increasing experience and knowledge of the industry and cinematography continues to give all of his moving image work a noticeably high production value. This is Aaron’s second film collaborating with director Peter Lee Scott following the award winning short film, Colours.
Lizzy is a multi-talented editor predominately focusing her skills towards commercials, music promos and short films. Lizzy has made a great name for herself in fiction narrative by editing the short film The Phone call for RSA Films Matt Kirkby which picked up Best Live Action Short at the 87th Academy Awards before going on to work on Colours with Peter Lee Scott and a web series titled Dirty Laundry with Jason Bradbury.
Lizzy also has extensive commercial experience having worked on campaigns for the BBC, Adidas, Puma and Ted Baker.
(PRODUCTION DESIGNER & STYLIST)
Vicente Ben was born in Galicia, Spain. With a BA in Film and a MA in Set and Costume Design, he started his career working in Spanish national TV drama productions like 14 de Abril: La República (2011), several short films, music videos and commercials.
After a few years living in Madrid, he decided to move to London and became Mr Ben to develop a career as a set and costume designer working in many different areas like art films, magazines, dance companies, commercials and retail. Recently, his will to keep learning and discovering new areas drove him into an interiors stylist adventure that he combines with his regular set and costume projects. His clients include Marie Claire, H&M, ELLE Magazine, Departures Magazine, Glamour Italia, The Alchemy Project, etc.
As a Director and Choreographer, Supple Nam (Guillermo Martin Nam) has pushed boundaries with his unique understanding of dance, culture and stylised movement across TV, theatre, film, music and advertising industries, winning multiple awards.
His unique edge has been consistently recognised in the industry with awards from all sides: “Most Innovative Choreography in TV and Film” (VW Golf GTI Singing in the Rain commercial), “Best Choreography in a video” UKMVA (Music video Money by Peace), “Best Live Action SFX” British Arrows Craft Awards (Honda HR-V Stepping commercial) and most recently won a D&AD award for his choreography (Music video Genghis Khan by Mike Snow).
As Creative/Artistic Director for Sky 1’s hit TV show, Got to Dance (2010-2012), Supple Nam supervised each presentation, providing the choreography concepts suitable for live and television audiences. His involvement in TV includes Britain’s Next Top Model. MTV’s Bust a Move, So You Think You Can Dance (Australia and UK), Nickelodeon and BBC’s Top Of The Pops Christmas and New Years special as well as Street Dance tutorials and many more.