Scott Norveil

Scott was an actor both on TV and in the theatre before moving into production. He has worked on may productions from music videos to feature films. Scott is a talented and diverse creative director who has worked on films such as the comedy drama 'The God Club' as well as the documentary series 'What About Matt'. 

Scott produced the feature film 'Hip Hop Opera' in association with Mother's against guns and the Home Office. He has also directed documentaries, theatre and a TV comedy.

 

Natasha Charles

Natasha started her career as a model and trained as an actor. She has taken a journalism course with Birkbeck college and worked as a parent coach.

She the moved into production and advised on Sky news among many. She wrote, produced and presented 'Teen Binge Britain' which was broadcast in 2013.

 

Matthew Snell

Matthew has cerebral palsy but this has never stopped him from fulfilling his ambitions. 

Having worked in many fields, his real interest  in film making and all types of media. He is also passionate about educating people on living with disability, supporting and working with other disabled people. However he prefers to have able bodied girlfriends who are in all ways superior to him.

He previously has assisted as production manager and produced his own short documentaries. Matt has also worked on the BBC's children in need project.

 

Peter Snell

Peter Snell was born in Calgary Canada. Following his graduation from the university of British Columbia, he moved to London. His early years in the film industry were devoted to the production of Shakespear films, Winters Tale, Julius Caesar and Anthony and Cleopatra.

Snell was appointed head of production and subsequently managing director of British Lion films, one of England's oldest motion picture companies, founded in 1927. During his term of office he was responsible for revitalising British Lion's UK distribution arm and for the production of the widely acclaimed 'Don't Look now' starring Donald Sunderland and Julie Christie And the cult classic 'The Wicker Man'.

Ian Howes

Ian DOP has worked as a camera man and lighting specialist on countless projects over 20 years. His work includes, ITV's Footballers Wives, Mile High Club and Bad Girls. He has also shot eight feature films and many documentaries.

 

Christopher Priebe (Financial Consultant)

Chris has over 15 years of experience being transacting/investing in private equity, public equity, venture capital and project finance, across all industry sectors and over numerous business circles. Chris's most recent role was with Hampton Lane advisers LLC, where he was responsible for European and other non US investing for two top performing in-house private equity funds/HL co-investment fund too and secondaries fund II.

Chris's transaction execution and structuring experience includes leading the innovative debt financing of the Jabal Salab zinc oxide mine in the Yemen on behalf of the boutique investment bank and ICAP spin-off Exotix Ltd- a transaction which garnered numerous accolades from the financial press.

Previously, Chris was part of the on-line markets technology  investment fund which successfully deployed capital into early stage technology and telecoms venture opportunities in Europe and the USA.