Hannah Bailey is a passionate award-winning photographer, journalist and producer who has been immersed in the underground scenes of action sports, adventure and the outdoors for over 10 years.
Assistant Producer Director Editor 1st Assistant Director, Production Assistant, Runner Researcher Sound Designer Writer
Glasgow based Filmmaker and Visual artist. Production Assistant / Runner / 1st AD / Editor / Sound Design / Writer / Director
University of Edinburgh
As a documentary filmmaker, I am dedicated to creating films that creatively address social and humanitarian issues. As an editor, I embrace my role as a professional supporter that aims at helping filmmakers to achieve the film they envisioned.
Graduated from Edinburgh College of Art with a distinction in Film Directing (MA) in 2017, and have written and shot 3 commissioned films, while developing a slate of creative shorts in documentary, animation and fiction.
Kayleigh Innes Media
Highland-based self-shooting P/D, with a special interest in travel and culture. Over nine years in the game, passionately focusing on creating compelling docs and sharing the authentic stories of people all over the world.
I'm a filmmaker, activist and artist passionate about compelling telling stories from untold perspectives. Eager to collaborate! Check out my hip-hop protest film: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S0bgWZRc5QQ
The Spit it Out Project
Lea (she/her) is a French-Brazilian filmmaker based in Scotland. She has produced and directed films in Brazil, Scandinavia, and Korea. Her first short, “Until Sunrise”, premiered at the 2018 International Sport Film Festival in Italy.
I hold a degree in film and photography and have over twenty years’ experience in public facing positions in IT, teaching, filmmaking, photography and hospitality. A particular strength is my enthusiasm and ability to build client relationships.
Raman Mundair is an Indian born, director, writer, artist, activist, filmmaker and playwright. She is not neuro-typical and identifies as disabled, Queer and a British Asian intersectional feminist. She is based in Shetland and Glasgow.
I love the creative process of storytelling in the edit, piecing stories together with visuals and narrations. My interest is in real humans' stories and their conditions. I am also into art, history, science, sport, criminology, politic and religion.
An engaged and ambitious new entrant into the industry, with a background in Psychology & Research. Excited to pursue entry level opportunities in documentary filmmaking following my recent work at two International Human Rights Film Festivals.
A Kind of Seeing
I make and research films that give archive footage a wider platform. I also create and produce events that use archive film to kickstart conversations around identity, heritage and representation. I use the past to talk about the future.