For six years, Paul worked as a film composer, several of the films he wrote the music for won awards on the independent film festival circuit including the New York, San Francisco & Raindance film Festivals. Alongside writing music, he spent a year studying engineering at one of the UK's finest Studios (Confetti, Nottingham) mixing all his own work and the films he worked on.

He has been a full time engineer since 2006, and has mixed TV programs at the BBC, countless Radio Adverts, films & corporate videos. He has also worked as a live sound engineer with many of the UK's top Jazz artists - also producing & mixing several albums - most notably for the BBC Jazz instrumentalist of the year and MOBO nominated 'Tony Kofi'.

Doug has been a director for over 30 years now. He has directed many music videos which still regularly get TV play today, including the Bands Roxy Music, Def Leopard, Fairport Convention, Leo Sayer and so many more. He also has a long career in producing and Directing TV commercials for all the major brand names, BT, British Gas Cadbury etc. In more recent years Doug Teamed up with former Blue Peter Presenter Simon Groom to produce and direct two Documentaries for the BBC.

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Jonathan trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.

He has worked as an actor in numerous theatre roles, in the West End and across the UK. Roles include Peter in the original cast of the highly acclaimed production of The Railway Children, Harris in Three Men in a Boat, Reverend Hale in The Crucible, Tempest in Forty Years On, Richard II in Two Planks and a Passion, Larry in My Family and other animals, the Trumpeter in The Trumpeter’s Tale, Ratty in The Wind In The Willows, Bruce in Blue/Orange, the Agent in Patient No.1, William in Angels and Insects, the Sheriff of Nottingham in Robin Hood and his Merry Mam and Abanazar in Aladdin and the Twankeys all for York Theatre Royal; the title role in the premiére of Augustus Carp Esq. by Himself, the Jongleur in Dario Fo’s Mistero Buffo, Galileo in Science Friction and Barabbas in The Narrow Road, all for Riding Lights Theatre Company; Hamlet in Hamlet and Wilfred Owen in Not About Heroes, Corn Exchange, Newbury; Ralph Clark, Our Country’s Good, Watermill Theatre; the White Rabbit in Alice in Wonderland, New Vic Theatre; Evil Eric in Mother Goose and the Beast in Beauty and The Beast for Nottingham Playhouse. Other roles include Malcolm in Macbeth, Richard Hannay in The 39 Steps, Peter in The Diary of Anne Frank, Detective Trotter in The Mousetrap, Williams in the UK premiere of Possible Worlds, Danny in City Lights, Dymotron in The Night Before Christmas, the Predators and the Gruffalo in The Gruffalo, and Rupert in Rupert Brooke. Screen roles include Emmerdale and acclaimed feature film Weekend.

Gail started acting at the age of thirteen with the BAFTA award-winning Central Television Workshop in Nottingham. Soon after joining Gail appeared in the hit children’s comedy series Palace Hill as Binky Spoon. A number of television roles followed including Resnick alongside Tom Wilkinson, Peak Practice, and the award winning Coping With…

After training at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art screen roles continued in The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Ready when You Are Mr. McGill, A Thing Called Love, The Rotters’ Club, Harry Batt, Britz, Primeval, Holby City, Lead Balloon, The Legend of Dick and Dom, Diddy Movies, Little Howard’s Big Question, Sugartown, Emmerdale and you may recognise her from numerous commercials...

Theatre roles include Viola in Twelfth Night for Southwark Playhouse; Tovah in Inheritance and Marion in Science Friction for Riding Lights; a female Polonius in Hamlet and a number of roles including Medea in Franca Rame’s Female Parts for Newbury Corn Exchange.

Elspeth has performed as an amateur actor for over 10 years. She has played many character roles & has an unusual inventiveness when it comes to interesting and quirky voices.

Elspeth has voiced many radio adverts & company promo videos, has written two novels and is a regular contributor to Audionarrative.