|Neil Mooney & Sonya Quayle – Writer / Directors
Neil has worked as Head of Design for Mersey TV on Brookside and as Art Director for Lime Pictures on Hollyoaks for 15 years. Sonya has been directing local theatre for the past 5 years and directed 3 short films since 2012. Sonya and Neil have been writing together for 3 years. ‘Him Upstairs’ is their first short film script.
|Jane Glasson – Producer
Jane has worked as a freelancer in the television industry for over 18 years and her diverse career has seen her look for tapirs in Costa Rica with Vic Reeves, search for Noah’s Ark with Joanna Lumley in Turkey, and most recently, create and develop a documentary for ITV, ‘Me And My Guide Dog’ – mainly filmed in and around Liverpool. Jane has worked for all the major broadcasters in the UK and her producing experience spans a range from factual entertainment to comedy and drama.
|Zoe Guilford – Producer
Zoe is a producer and actor. She wrote and played the lead in ‘I Do’ and last year completed the second season of ITV2 series, Lemon La Vida Loca, taking the role of Keith Lemon’s agent. She has recently finished producing the feature documentary, ‘The Watchmaker’s Apprentice’, about George Daniels CBE.
|John Craine – Cinematographer
John Craine is an experienced DP and camera operator with an impressive list of credits in fiction and documentary. Since gaining his Masters from the London Film School, he has worked on several award-winning and officially selected projects. John worked as DP on ‘Blackbird’, recently nominated for the Michael Powell Award for Best British Feature at the Edinburgh Film Festival 2013; the film was named ‘Best of the Fest’ and has since been BAFTA nominated.
|Jim Hampton – Editor
Jim is an experienced editor who has worked in the cutting room for the last 15 years on films, TV drama and comedy. He’s edited dramas such as ‘The Fixer’ for Kudos, ‘Secret Diary of a Call Girl’ for Tiger Aspect, and ‘Shameless’ for Company Productions. He was also Assembly Editor on Bleak House which won the editing BAFTA.He has worked on a number of award winning shorts such as ‘One Hundredth of a Second’ which won the Manhattan Short Film Festival.