Richard Honey Films

Richard Honey is a film maker and film addict with exceptional creative vision.   His passion for music, fashion and the arts are the perfect collision to realise his unique and compelling projects, ranging from shooting fashion films, music videos to mini documentaries which employ beautiful narrative structures.

Rich has been a videographer, editor and director for the past 10 years, working with acclaimed cast and crew, to make memorable and award winning films.

Lidia Russo Designs

Founded in 2018, Lidia Russo Designs is a bespoke brand specialising in reclaimed textile bags. Supportive of a circular economy, Lidia is exposing the waste from the fashion and textile industries to show that it can be used in a positive way, loving and making the most of materials already at hand. Three different styles, Tote, Postal and Backpack, each are designed to be reversible.

Made to last, by re-imagining unwanted textiles into her designs, the bags are not only handcrafted; they are bespoke, individual, limited editions. Striving to achieve ‘slow fashion’ the antithesis of the throw away, mass-produced culture of today.

Michael Drummond Photography

Michael is a UK based commercial photographer specialising in lifestyle and portrait photography.

Working with international brands, small local businesses and publications to produce high quality imagery for print campaigns, responsive digital media and online content.

Continually developing documentary projects within sports, obscure subcultures, small craft and the wider world, his

personal work has been featured in the British Journal of Photography; Portrait of Britain award 2017 exhibited across the UK alongside 100 other images.

Wagtail Productions

Ayla Akdemir, the chief Wagtail here, has invaluable experience from her film and TV industry background, to help craft your film into something less 'wedding cliché' and more genuine. Having worked within the camera department on projects such as 'Skyfall' and ITV's 'Whitechapel', in 2016, Ayla was contacted by the BBC after director, Francis Whately, came across her video of the Brixton streets, the day Bowie died. Subsequently, Ayla's footage aired on BBC2, as the opening and ending to the Documentary 'David Bowie: The last Five Years'.