Patrick is a London-based producer/director who has worked as a journalist and TV producer in the UK and New Zealand. His CV includes spells as a news producer at the BBC and TVNZ, as well as digital editor for Time Inc UK’s TV magazines.

He has produced TV news and entertainment features on personalities as diverse as Nick Cave, David Byrne, Clive James, Jodie Marsh and Katie Hopkins and has just finished co-producing and directing The Ponds, due for release early 2019. A keen outdoor swimmer, he's knocked off the Solent Channel and the River Dart 10K and is contemplating swimming the English Channel. He is also currently development producer for factual entertainment series, Flower Boss, for Time Inc Productions.



Cadhla was born and raised in Barcelona and is now based in London, UK. She is specialised in cinematography and graduated from London College of Communication with a degree in film and television. Working in diverse areas, from lighting film and theatre to filming audiovisual pieces and documentaries, she seeks to translate written ideas to visual stories, always paying attention to detail and showing a deep fascination for nature and the reality that surrounds her. View more of Cadhla's work HERE.



Samuel is a London-based, award-winning director/producer. With more than a decade of experience in a rich variety of genres his work has been broadcast on Sky, Channel 4 and MTV among others. Starting his career in live music he has worked with artists such as Biffy Clyro, The Killers, Arctic Monkeys, Primal Scream, Kasabian, Dave Grohl, Jane's Addiction, Iggy Pop and Pixies, as well as music brands such as NME, Shazam, Universal and Warner Bros.
He has directed advertising content for Guinness, AMEX, Adidas, Debenhams, Renault, Windows10, Pandora, Longines, McCain, Max Factor, L'Oreal for a variety of London agencies. Samuel was awarded the Martial Arts Illustrated Hall of Fame Award for action directing in 2017 and his latest action short film, I Am Not the Devil, has won six awards and 11 nominations worldwide.


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Christo is the founder and managing director of Dartmouth Films, which has pioneered new ways of funding and distributing documentaries in the UK - from dream to distribution. Among the films which he has executive produced are: The End of the Line (2009), The Flaw (2011), Fire in the Blood (2012) – all shown at the Sundance Film Festival; McCullin (2013), which was nominated for two BAFTAs; Death of a Gentleman (2015), The Divide (2016) – both of which were acquired by Netflix and A Cambodian Spring (2018), winner of the Special Jury Prize at HotDocs. Dartmouth’s distribution in the UK of James Redford’s film Resilience (2017) has been one of the most successful examples of an audience engagement in a specialist documentary in recent years.