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Miles Yekinni started his training at the Brit School before attending the Central School of Speech and Drama. 

During his final year at Central, Miles left early to perform in Deborah Warner’s ‘The School for Scandal’ at the Barbican Centre. His career then took him to the Royal Lyceum in Edinburgh and the West End to perform in the National Theatre’s ‘War Horse’ and ‘The Comedy About a Bank Robbery’.


The screen credits Miles is most proud of include ‘Stay Woke’ (Partizan) and ‘Play the Game’ (Best International Short Film at the Kinsale Shark Awards). Since then he has played a semi-regular role on ‘Doctors’ and more recently worked on productions created by DC Entertainment and What Larks! Productions distributed by SYFY and Sky respectively.



Sophie Harkness is a Northern Irish actress who is based in London.


For the last five years she has enjoyed a prosperous career in both film and television. She is best known for her roles in hit television shows such as The Fall (BBC), The Collection (Amazon Studios), C.B Strike (BBC), The Sparticle Mystery (BBC), Sick of It (Sky) and Mrs Wilson (BBC). Her film credits include X-Moor, The Morrigan and Insulin. She has performed twice at the Abbey Theatre in Dublin in Shibboleth and The Weight of a Tonne.


Sophie is represented by United Agents.


Writer / Director

Already an experienced animation director, Rebecca's debut live action drama 'Of Thread and Almonds' won Best Drama at Bristol Independent Film Festival 2020 as well as both the Heart Award and the Audience Award for Favourite Short film at Cambria Film Festival California 2021. The film was also long listed for the 2020 Best Short Film BAFTA and screened at BAFTA and Academy Award qualifying festivals Hollyshorts, Short Shorts and Asia, Foyle and Cambridge amongst others. 


Her narratives often tackle love and interpersonal relationships in a surprising or unexpected way. 


Her previous shorts have picked up various awards over the years including a Vimeo Staff Pick, Best Animated Short Film at Kino Fest and the DepicT! Audience Award at Encounters. In 2017 she directed actor Ewan McGregor's voice performance for her short film ‘Now You See It’, an artistic piece about environmental damage. Last year Rebecca was named one of Rianne Pictures '44 Women and Non-Binary Film Directors we loved in 2020'.


Alongside her shorts, Rebecca has helmed and designed multiple commercial spots for some of the world’s top brands including Starbucks, Hersheys, Google, P&G, Sony, Kraft, and FIFA.


Her Director's rep. is Aardman in the UK.



Sonya started producing almost ten years ago. Since then she has worked on award winning commercials and short films. The Karman Line is a 25min short, starring OSCAR winner Olivia Colman, she Co–Produced which won the BIFA for best short and was nominated for a BAFTA.

In the commercial field, Sonya has worked with Sony, Island, Virgin, Polydor and for major artists like Rag 'n' Bone Man, Dua Lipa, Paul McCartney, Kylie, Bastille and Alt J. Her clients include Pepsi, HSBC, H&M, Sky, Disney and Tory Burch, amongst others, and she is proud to work with brilliant directors from around the globe.
Sonya loves storytelling and plans to keep telling stories, be they heart wrenching or belly laughing, for the rest of her career.


Director of Photography

Peter's body of work encompasses feature films, short films, documentaries and over 100 commercials. Notable films he has shot to date include the BAFTA nominated ‘Dad’s Dead’ (dir: Chris Shepherd) and the psychological thriller ‘Puritan’(dir: Hadi Hajaig) which received much praise for its cinematography and prompted the internationally renowned film reporter Alan Jones to comment “Peter Ellmore’s shadowy photography gives a sumptuous high gloss brilliance. Puritan has one of the best and most captivating looks to be seen in current genre cinema". 

Peter very much enjoys challenging projects and creative collaborations with crew and directors. He finds it especially rewarding to overcome technical challenges in order to achieve the best photographic and artistic solution to complement the director’s vision.


Production Designer

Agnieszka is a Production Designer based in London.

She grew up in Warsaw, Poland, where she studied painting, printmaking and theatre design. Upon moving to London in 2000, she worked as a model maker for The Jim Henson Company, before assisting designers and eventually embarking on her own projects. 


Since 2003 she has designed for numerous commercials and shorts.Her wide ranging references and design sensibility has attracted directors at RSA Films, Outsider, Partizan, 4Creative, Blink,  Knucklehead, Friend and Caviar.


Agnieszka is passionate about bringing to screen stories which need to be shared in the world.


Costume Designer

Natalie Wilkins is a london based costume designer and stylist, specialising in commercials, music videos, fashion editorials and bespoke costume making, whose advanced skills in garment making enable her to realise the most challenging projects. Her work process starts with moodboards to hand drawn designs, toiles and final fittings. She also has her own costume stock which is available to hire upon request.


Production companies: Academy, Biscuit, Indy 8, Caviar, Familia Films, Pulse Films and RSA. Clients: Atlantic Records, Virgin Records, Huawei, Fitbit, Beats by Dre, Pepsi, Sainsbury’s, NSPCC, and Absolut. Celebrity clients: Birdy, Dizzee Rascal, Skepta, Alice Chater, Alt-j and footballers Mario Götze and Javier ‘Chicharito’ Hernandez.



Chris Roebuck is a creative and versatile editor whose unique style stems from a background in television and music videos. This combination of storytelling, composition, playful ideas and an eye for capturing raw honesty, is inherent in all of his work and has lead Chris to be one of the most sought after editors in London for both Commercials and Music Videos. 


Now based at tenthree, Chris has worked with some of London’s top directing talent creating commercials for clients including LYNX, Rolls Royce, Sainsbury's and du Telecom which was awarded a bronze Dubai Lynx for Editing, as well as Music Video's for high profile artists such as Rag'n'Bone Man, Coldplay and Elton John.


Whether it’s crafting a narrative from seemingly random imagery, or conveying an idea from script to screen, Chris' aim is always to depict a story that gets the best emotional response and engagement from the viewer. After all, the story is at the heart of any good film.


Composer Main Score

Lennert is a Dutch composer living and working in the UK and an Alumni of the National Film & Television School.


Amongst other things, he composed the music for Channel 4's hit TV series 'Secret Life of…4, 5 & 6 Year Olds' and the 'Star Wars Rogue One' Featurette. He created music for the award winning short 'Splitscreen - A Love Story' that was later used in the trailer for 'Men, Women & Children' (Paramount Pictures). And he also wrote the score for 'Room 8' (dir. James W. Griffiths) which won the BAFTA for Best British Short Film in 2014.


More recently, Lennert has composed music for Greenpeace/Iceland, Volkswagen, Scottish Widows, H&M and the animated short film Yunshi by James W. Griffiths.


Composer End Track

Oliver Davis is a composer who graduated from the Royal Academy of Music in 1994. Albums include:  Flight (2015), Seasons (2015), Dance (2016) , and Liberty (2018) which reached no.1 in the iTunes Classical charts. All have been Classic FM Albums of the Week and all enjoy airplay across the world. 


Film & TV includes: Now You See It (Dir Rebecca Manley, VO Ewan McGregor), The Ringer (Dir Chris Shepherd for Canal Plus); the opening ‘couch gag’ sequence for The Simpsons with Oscar nominated director Sylvain Chomet; The themes and scores to 12 television series, 15 short films, 2 Playhouse films for Sky Arts; Feature films include Seaview Knights and the songs for two musical feature films in the ‘Thomas and Friends’ series. Ballets to his work have been staged by the Royal Ballet, New York City Ballet and San Francisco Ballet.


Sound Designer

Andy started his audio career doing live work as a freelancer at gigs from local pubs to stages at Glastonbury. He transitioned into post production at Silk Sound where he honed his skills in both broadcast and advertising work - notably mixing a series of The Crystal Maze and an award winning radio advertising campaign for Apple Tango. Andy then moved to Space where he was one of the first cinema mixing specialists in the advertising world.


In 2002 he joined 750mph as a senior engineer and sound designer, working on many award winning ad campaigns and short films.for the likes of Stella Artois, Carling, VW, T-Mobile, VO5, Levi’s, Thompson Holidays, The Army, and Apple. Short films include award winning work for directors Chris Shepherd, Michael Geoghegan, Aoife McArdle, Seb Edwards and Rebecca Manley. 

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