Sasha Rainbow is a director who has worked across multiple disciplines including film, art direction, photography and costume. Sasha began her career in the music industry directing work for Universal, Sony, Mercury and Warner.
She is currently in post-production on her first documentary set in Ghana on the world’s biggest electronic waste dump, filmed in late 2016. Sasha uses storytelling to throw light onto the many underrepresented communities to showcase heroic role models, which she believes is just what the world needs.
Rosalind Croad is a producer with more that seven years’ experience in both film and events. After completing her film studies in Wellington, New Zealand, she has worked in roles touching on all aspects of the film industry.
Ros is adept at managing complex, creative productions and has independently produced and directed several large-scale seven-figure-budget events in the UK, Germany, Thailand and New Zealand. Ros relishes in making the impossible, possible and spreading stories that have positive social impact.
David Higgs began working in the film industry in 2001 as an assistant director on productions such as Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Arkaban and Basic Instinct 2. In 2005, he spent 3 months in Rajasthan, India on the BBC production of Sharpe's Challenge. He is now an editor of music videos, commercials and documentary feature films for companies such as Mother London, Rumble and Archers Mark Productions.
Jake Gabbay is a Director of Photography and has worked on short films such as Kingsland: The Dreamer and has worked with companies such as Puma and Adidas. With a dynamic style that’s hard to categorise, he continues to make strides in commercials with brands like Adidas, Comfort Rose and Levi’s, as well as music promos for English band, Daughter. With Jake’s fast rising success and open direction, there’s no slowing down for him.