Company founders:
David Taylor – new project development, creative control.
David Scott – technical control and post production.

They are supported by an expanding team.

David started work in broadcast television as an independent producer with ITV in 1995.
He wrote and produced a Documentary Series of ‘Running Stories’ for Tyne Tees Television, two of which won major awards.

‘Where The Heart Is’ – followed the difficult choices faced by a family of Bosnian Refugees returning to their home where they had suffered torture in concentration camps. The inclusion of this documentary, helped the programme win ‘Best Regional News Programme’ in the 1996 Royal Television Awards.

‘The Last Fish Supper’ – followed the decommissioning of a Fishing Boat and the consequences for the crew and their chain of customers, it was included in the programme submitted for New York Film and Television Festival in 1998. It won a World Medal for Best News Magazine Programme beating over 2,500 entries from across the world.

David has worked over the years in Factual Television, producing television programmes for the UK and USA. He has also lectured in Journalism, Film, and Media at universities and colleges, and has written and delivered commercial courses on scriptwriting.

With a passion for storytelling through visual media David has been editing broadcast TV since 1999. With a wide interest in the arts he has developed a unique range of skills, undertaking commercial work for blue chip companies, and working on a number of award wining projects.

Previously Senior Editor for GOD TV he was based in the UK but traveled the world to edit on location in support of live events. With responsibilities for staff training and implementation of new technologies, he gained experience of many post production systems including editing, compositing and colour grading.
Over the years working on documentaries, music videos, chat shows, children’s TV, interviews, drama, stadium rock events, inserts and promos.

On set he functions as a DOP and VFX adviser.

An experienced colourist he enjoys working in a range of software to craft exactly the look and atmosphere required for any film or TV programme.

Keith Bell is an award winning feature film producer with credits that include Neil Marshall’s, first films Dog Soldiers, The Descent, and  The Tournament (with Ving Rhames and Robert Carlyle), and Harry Brown (with Sir Michael Caine).

Keith has an excellent reputation in working with emerging talent and putting production value on the screen. He also has a very strong track record in working with Directors on their feature film debuts  (Neil Marshall , Scott Mann, Daniel Barber).

Sue has a long experience of working within the media;  both within academia and in production, with over 20 years of media production & project management experience spanning across the private, public, and broadcast sectors.

She has worked in film and in television production, has managed a television production studio and is an expert who has lectured and published on the commercial opportunities of new media, VR and emergent digital platforms.

She has also  been a conference speaker on “How can creative business work with Universities to collaborate and explore the development of ideas, formats and IP”.

She is also one half of the highly successful writing team creating the massively successful ‘Wife in Space’ blog and book “Adventures With the Wife in Space – Living with Doctor Who”, published Faber and Faber.

Sue will be working with broadcasters and distributors on the large  number of projects being developed by Glasshouse Media.