Jamie Jones is a director from London who started his career shooting hard-hitting documentaries on everything from amateur boxing to the British drug underworld for networks like the BBC and MTV. As a commercial director he's worked with premium brands like Virgin Media, British Airways, Clarks Shoes, M&S and Jaguar as well as high fashion magazines such as ELLE and Glamour, which routinely hire him to direct editorial films. In a personal capacity he has written and directed an array of award-winning short films, notably winning the Film London competition at BAFTA for his stirring short film The Birdcage. He is directing his first feature film September 2016.
Shelley Jones is a producer and writer who developed a taste for interesting stories as an editor at youth culture magazine Huck – interviewing cult icons, investigating fringe communities and identifying new trends and phenomenons percolating in the underground. As a producer, she’s helped brands like Levi’s, Nike and Google communicate their message through authentic video content, recently writing a series called Journey From The Source, supported by Finlandia, which saw her travel the world in search of people who have extreme relationships with water.
Isabel Freeman has been working in documentary film since 2005. She was an associate editor on Oscar-nominated director Edet Belzberg’s Watchers of the Sky, which won the Special Jury Prize for Editing at Sundance Film Festival. She edited Jesse Cain’s Slow Burn, which premiered at New York Film Festival, Mikey DeTemple’s Sight/Sound – the bestselling surf film of 2011 – and most recently edited and produced the documentary Stephanie in the Water, which premiered at the Hamptons Film Festival in 2013.
Lotty Sanna is a production designer who has worked on big-budget TV series’ like Da Vinci’s Demons, Call The Midwife, New Blood and Britannia. Lotty was the set decorator on the Elijah Wood-starring feature Set Fire To The Stars, for which her department won a Welsh BAFTA, and has worked on films such as Bastille Day – featuring Idris Alba – and Ali and Nino, directed by three-time BAFTA winner and Oscar-nominated Asif Kapadia.
Director of photography Nic Booth has worked with production companies like Riff Raff, Greatcoat, My Accomplice, Bullion and Mrs Grey, alongside directors listing Ben Reed, Liam Saint Pierre and Patrick Killingbeck. Nic has filmed commercials and music promos for artists like Placebo, DJ Shadow and George Ezra and for brands including K-Swiss, Felder Fashion, House of Holland, and ASOS. He recently HODed on JP Davidson’s, Raindance nominated (Best UK Feature) ‘God’s Acre’.
Full Crew List
First Assistant Director
Director of Photography
First Assistant Camera
First Assistant Camera (Cafe Scene)
First Assistant Camera (Park and Estate)
Second Assistant Camera / DIT
Daniel 'Snowy' Kinloch
Second Unit Director of Photography
Standby Art Director
Hair & Make-Up
Hair & Make-Up Assistant
Pani Paul & Jackie Dewe Mathews
Andrew Khosravani and Ann Collins-Ackroyd
Ross Williams, Emily Jones