Who We Are
Frances left her native shores of America nearly 20 years ago and has since lived in Italy and the Netherlands but now considers Britain her home.
During her 15 years as Director in specialized event management companies, Frances developed corporate and private programs in conjunction with some of the most historically significant venues in the UK. Her love of English history and its buildings has continued ever since.
Sandra is a critically acclaimed, award-winning screen-writer and director. Twice BAFTA nominated for her period feature films ‘Me Without You’ and 'The Governess’, her films focus on stories which explore the complexity and intensity of young female friendships. Her most recent feature length film for the BBC’s Christmas slot was an adaptation of the children’s classic ‘Ballet Shoes’ by Noel Streatfeild, starring Emma Watson, which won best film at the Rome TV festival.
Peter is a filmmaker who studied at the Royal College of Art and the University of Southern California.
As well as writing for cinema and television, he has directed scores of commercials all over the world including Levis, Ford, Nokia, Martini, Carlsberg and Intel.
As such he is always looking for the right balance of visuals and narrative, something he’s very excited to extend into book form.
Katya Wildman is a London based costume designer and founder of the clothing line 'Bombshell by Katya Wildman'.
Working in television commercials, Katya developed her skill and expertise for design with a host of high profile musicians including Scissor Sisters in addition to global brands such as Chanel and Nike. Katya's interest in fashion and design stemmed from her early love of her mother's doll collection and her constant reinvention of their wardrobes.
- David "Head of Boring Stuff" Cain is responsible for all things non-creative-but still-really-really-important (or so he says). David has a BS in accounting and information systems from the University of Illinois and an MBA from the Rotterdam School of Mangement. After over 20 years in investment banking and finance in London, David is finally able to use some of the stuff he studied and is a happier person for it.