Mark trained and worked professionally as an actor before starting up his own production company, Mark Street Film. After the hugely successful 'See Base of Can' (a theatre piece that won the Edinburgh Festival Fringe First Award), he started devising and directing his own work on the London Fringe. Further down the road acting took more of a back seat as he collaborated with other artists and writers working on material that inspired him as a storyteller.
He began to work with the camera using the same improvisational techniques that he had developed in the theatre, to devise and develop his own short film scripts; his films went on to preview at some of the major international film festivals.
As a working director, he has directed commercials, music videos, shorts and is currently working on his first Documentary www.thespacetheatre.com and this brilliant feature film 'Georgie Maxim'.
Mark is a versatile writer working in Film, Comedy & Music. His first feature Forget Me Not (starring Tobas Menzies, Genevieve O’Reilly & Gemma Jones) won the Best Film at the London Independent Film Festival and he currently has three screenplays in development. His underground Sitcom/Sketch Show ‘The Man Buy Cow’ Podcast has been nominated for a BBC Audio Award, and is on ‘The Telegraph’s’ list of Best Comedy Podcasts. As a musician he has toured extensively with his band Yeti supporting such acts as ‘Oasis’ and ‘The Foo Fighters’.
Trailer Guru/Distribution Visionist
Jeremy Shaw is our cutting Guru. After cutting his teeth creating trailers for cult action, horror and martial arts films by legendary action stars such as Jackie Chan, Bruce Lee and Jet Li, he also moved into campaign work, cutting the UK campaign and theatrical trailers for the No.1 films ‘Twilight’ and ‘The Knowing’.
Jeremy now runs the boutique agency GV Film, which supplies theatrical trailers and digital marketing materials for global entertainment brands such as Dolby, EOne, BBC, Arrow Films, Kaleidoscope Entertainment, Lion TV, All3Media and Metrodome.
Dan grew up on a diet 70’s and 80’s movies.
He directed, produced and wrote the award winning internationally acclaimed ‘Muse Of Fire’, a documentary exploring the fears surrounding Shakespeare, with his friend Giles Terera. ‘Muse of fire’ premiered at Raindance THE BBC and internationally at Seattle in 2014 amongst others. The film is now internationally distributed and ‘The Resource’ (All the extended interviews) are available at www.globeplayer.tv. As a writer he has written film and TV comedy. The Loneliest Time, his latest film will be shot in April 2015.
As an actor Dan has worked in film and on stage. He’s worked with the likes of Christopher Nolan on ‘Batman Begins’, through to Antoine Bardou-Jacquet on ‘Moonwalkers’, which comes out in 2015. He performed alongside Mark Rylance in the Royal Court and Jez Butterworth’s internationally acclaimed ‘Jerusalem’, and more recently worked with Sir Richard Eyre at the Almeida in ‘The Dark Earth and the Light Sky’.
Electrographica started life in or around 2009. Founded by creative director Pete Starling as an outlet for his very particular outlook on all things creative. It soon expanded. It’s now home to illustration, design, art direction, in fact the whole spectrum of visual output. As it has grown in size the services electrographica offers have kept pace. Branching out further and deeper, his distinctive vision has crucially remained focused and true. From design work for Yakult, art direction for Orange and P&G events, right through to graphics work for (his beloved) Orbital - electrographica’s commitment to each job is always total.
Pete is responsible for brand image development and pre-visualisation imagery for ‘Georgie Maxim.’