Tamira Draz

Has a background in Visual Effects gained while working on Avatar, James Bond, Where the Wild Things Are, Prince Caspian and serving on the VFX Oscar winning team for Chris Nolans -  The Dark Knight. Tamira has worked at the highest level alongside some of the most innovative filmmakers in the world

Tamira is our production manager, with an eye for detail and the ability to plan for every eventuality ensuring we stay on schedual and on budget always no matter what challenges as thrown at us. Also a talented designer with an MA in App Development. Tamira has the skill set and experience in online and social marketing to make sure all our video content it appropriately formatted and marketed for maximum impact when published

Philip Connolly

Writer and Filmmaker Philip Connolly’s work has been published and screened in Festivals around the world. Philip most recently served as co-Writer for iTunes number 1 Podcast "Blood Cultures", Nominated for Best Fiction 2017 Radio Academy Award, Best Uk Drama Podcast 2018 UK Podcast Awards, BBC Audio Award 2018 Best Drama  and Won Best Drama Producer 2017 APA Awards and Best Sound Design Bronze 2017 APA Awards.

Philip's film production work has screened at  the New York TV festival, The Australian Film Festival, Montreaux and Cannes. His most recent film project “Chloe” (2014) which he wrote and directed was a science fiction thriller Chloe that investigates issues related to climate change, funded by the Green Screen initiative based at Macquarie University NWS. It had its premier festival screening at Brighton Cine-City in December 2014. In 2013 Connolly produced a 3D app biased music video Lied for the artist Beatie Wolf. It was featured in national publications Wired and GQ and was used to represent British industry at CeBit in Hanover (2014) as an example of UK technology innovation. In 2009 Connolly wrote and directed the comedy drama Agent X, which placed in the final for best TV pilot at the New York Television Festival (2010).

Philip has a Masters in Television Directing from the National Film and Television School(NFTS). Prior to attending the NFTS he worked as a Broadcast Engineer for Channel Four and Ascent Media.