Writer / Director Kam is a director, editor and animator with a renowned body of visual work in the commercial and music sector. In 2012, he created the popular YouTube channel FACT TV, amassing nearly 100m views. His short films include IN BLOOD, ONYX and SOMETHING FOR YOUR MIND. In 2020, he co-founded Script Apart, a highly regarded podcast that delves into the initial drafts of remarkable films and TV shows. Script Apart has welcomed esteemed guests such as Berry Jenkins, David Koepp, James Gunn, Christopher McQuarrie, and Mike Flanagan.
Director of Photography Kam's long-time collaborator, Mik is a cinematographer bringing an abstract documentary style into the cinematic narrative world. His day to day work has been featured on Netflix, Disney+, NowTV, Discovery and numerous other networks and streamers. He has worked in a variety of environments, spanning the arid deserts of the Middle-east, the Rocky Mountains of Canada, the Hawaiian islands of the pacific and the wild plains of South Africa. Something For Your Mind, had him venture deep into the virtual world of Unreal Engine.
Actor - Mel Phoebe trained at The Guildhall School of Music and Drama, where she was selected to take part in the Sam Wanamaker Festival at the Globe Theatre. Since graduating she has appeared in multiple theatre shows including Witness For The Prosecution (County Hall), Lady Chatterley’s Lover (UK Tour), Macbeth (Kenneth Moore Theatre) & Comedy Of Errors (Roman Open Air Theatre), TV series including The Royal Mob (Sky & NowTV) & DI Ray (ITV), and multiple radio plays and video games.
Actor - Elyna Eleanor is a London-based screenwriter, actor, and photographer. Her focus is on writing stories about women finding themselves in a changing world, often exploring the tensions between liberal and conservative cultures. After completing her studies in German at Bristol University, Eleanor pursued her passion for acting and trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School. She has worked for notable theatre companies such as Bristol Old Vic, Eastern Angles, and Aria Entertainment. She can also be seen as series regular Princess Irene in Sky History's recent drama The Royal Mob.
Colourist Tash is a colourist at Coffee & TV. Having always possessed a passion for photography and visual arts, she found colour grading when she started working in the industry and has never looked back. She loves being able to encapsulate a films tone and feeling within a grade, and her work always focuses on maintaining organic and filmic processes. She has worked with many brands such as Givenchy, Olay and Mercedes, varying from luxury fashion to high street, commercials and music videos.
Unreal Engine Animator & VFX Artist Paweł is a skilled VFX Artist who has been in the world of filmmaking and animation for over a decade. Through his freelance work, he has passionately contributed to music videos, short films, documentaries, and his independent video projects. Paweł's true artistic passion lies in crafting captivating 3D environments and meticulously orchestrating mesmerizing visual effects. His portfolio features acclaimed names like Warner Music Group, Sony Music, and Red Bull. As he ventures further into the realm of film, Paweł continues to expand his creative horizons.
Composer Oli is a multi-disciplinary composer and producer with an enthusiasm for experimentation and sound design. He trained classically in violin and piano and taught himself guitar and music production. Oli has a passion for layering electronic and organic instruments and manipulating samples to create unique and unsettling sounds. His compositions range from TV theme tunes to branding. On top of composing for TV and Film, he is currently ⅓ of electronic ensemble 'Snow Ghosts', ⅙ of experimental rock group 'Sex Swing' and produces under the moniker 'The Keep'.
Mixing & Sound Design As a self-taught guitarist from an early age, Tom had been writing and performing music for sometime before he became an engineer at Stakeout Studios, an independent recording studio in London. Here he cut his teeth working with a number of artists such as Fightstar and Don Broco. As well as engineering, he wrote and recorded an album that led to a publishing deal with Sony’s ‘Extreme Music’, allowing him to gain experience in writing music to picture and a new interest in sound design. This discovery inspired Tom to complete a degree in Creative Sound Design at Guildford’s Academy of Contemporary Music, after which he built his own studio in Surrey. “The best projects for me are the ones I’ve been involved with from the start, capturing the dialog on set and also doing the post audio work too. This gives a huge advantage when you’re in the edit and mixing stage as you know everything that was captured first hand and a deep understanding of it. I find my proudest projects have always been with that approach” If Tom isn’t booked in the studio mixing or composing to picture, you’d probably find him working on location as a sound recordist.