Will Stewart founded MadeGood Films in 2012 with his debut short documentary, The Art of Repair, which had a successful run on the international film festival circuit, and won the Prodigy Auteur Prize at the Amsterdam Film Festival in 2013.
Since then he has directed and produced his first feature length documentary film, London Edinburgh London, filmed with recovering ex-prisoners in the North East of England, and produced exhibition work for clients including the Victoria & Albert Museum in London.
Walter Stabb is an experienced freelance filmmaker and editor for clients including the BBC, global advertising agencies and cultural institutions. He wrote his MRes thesis for the London Consortium on documentary film, trauma and animation, and teaches editing and post-production at The University of Greenwich and The Derek Jarman Lab, Birkbeck.
Walter recently worked on The Seasons in Quincy, which is the result of a five-year project by Tilda Swinton, Colin MacCabe and Christopher Roth to produce a portrait of the intellectual and storyteller John Berger.
Jessica Dannheisser is a British composer known for her work in film, VR games, television, theatre and contemporary music.
Recent scores include comedy drama Eric Ernie & Me (BBC Four), historical drama-documentary Six Wives With Lucy Worsley (BBC One), and Urban Myths: Adolf Hitler, The Artist (Sky Arts). Feature scores include the Emmy award-winning WWII From Space (History Channel), Miracle Landing on the Hudson (National Geographic Channel) and Knuckle. Jessica also composed the music for the comedy series Siblings (BBC Three).
Musician & Dubbing Mixer
A sound engineer with more than 12 years experience over a broad cross section of the audio industry, Leaf has carried out work on everything from corporate voiceovers to full blown 5.1 surround sound mixes and sound dubbing, through to live to air events and music mixing. Previous clients include BBC, MTV, Discovery Channel, Universal Music, Abbey Road Live Here Now, Britannia Row Productions, Hogarth Worldwide and VICE UK.
Duncan is a freelance Camera Operator and Photographer who, over the past 7 years has filmed numerous series for broadcasters both in the UK and across the world, as well as commercials and corporate projects for global brands, award-winning independent films and music videos.
Duncan’s past clients include; BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Channel 5, Tiger Aspect, The Discovery Channel, Two Four Productions, Al Jazeera and Canon, amongst others.
Alexander is a professional portrait photographer, based in London UK, specialising in candid photography of events and performances, and gallery installation photography. He has worked for a range of clients including; Hayward Gallery, Royal Festival Hall, London Symphony Orchestra, Berliner Philharmoniker, The Old Vic Theatre, Venice Biennale, Barbican, ICA
Translator & interpreter
Sayumi has been working as a translator, interpreter and English teacher in Japan since 2013. After spending a year in Canada in 2011, she realised that studying English and translation was going to be the focus of her life.
Ned is a visually-inclined communicator with a passion for problem solving – he likes making things that work well and look great. Well-honed skills across multiple disciplines: design, branding, illustration, moving image and animation, copywriting, UI design, creative strategy, concept development. He’s a director at New Future Graphic where he has built a highly-skilled creative team, adept at dealing with varied visual communication projects across multiple sectors. He is involved in all aspects of the business, from winning work to sketching ideas on napkins. Some people Ned has worked with include: the BBC, Clarks, Alamy, Manything, the V&A, Amnesty International, Warner Music.