TNT Films’ Creative Director, Rob has been making films since the early 80’s, as cameraman, director and editor. His clients rely upon and trust in his ability to empathise with their business ethos and produce imaginative and high quality work. He enjoys the diversity of his client list and the range of challenges which they present and attempts to exceed their expectations.
Clients include: BBC, BAE Systems, Pall Europe, Royal Armouries, Chemring Group, Hewlett-Packard, Scottish Lighthouse Museum, Eduprint, Proteus Theatre, Dr Bernardos, English Heritage, Hampshire County Council and Focus TV.
When he can be dragged away from work, Rob can be found exploring the history of the First World War in which he also lectures www.greatwartalks.co.uk
David brings over 25 years of technical expertise to TNT Films, working as a Lighting Director and Director of Photography, as well as a Sound Engineer. With credits from most major broadcasters including BBC, ITV and Sky, he has gained a reputation for rigging, lighting and working in difficult situations including ships, aircraft and submarines.
He is an expert on lighting for greenscreen: a technique for placing the subject into a different background. In the last ten years David has developed his skills in the art of sound, working his way from sound assistant to Sound Recordist and has worked on many TV series. Away from work, David enjoys sailing on the South coast and restores classic cars when time permits.
Mark Breakwell is an award winning digital animator who has worked in the Film and Television industry for over twenty years. He won a Palme d’Or at Cannes for an underwater live action and animated swimwear used at the Olympic Games and an ICVA Clarion for a cinema advert produced for the Royal Navy.
He gained his MA in Computer Animation before turning 21 and has been a project leader and studio manager for a number of large agencies. He is currently director of WOW! Media and works from a studio in Hampshire specialising in producing creative content for events, exhibitions, broadcast TV, product videos, music video & corporate video.
Recent broadcast projects include animations for ‘SAS: Are you Tough Enough?’(BBC1&3), ‘Newton the Heretic’ (Horizon BBC2), ‘The Etruscans’ (The Discovery Channel).More examples of Mark's work can be viewed on his website: www.wowmedialtd.com
Andrew has been a freelance Corporate & Television Cameraman since 1986. Broadcast credits include The One Show, Country File, Newsnight, Grandstand, Scrapheap Challenge, The Big Breakfast, City Hospital, local TV news and Sky News and includes a mixture of location recording, live OB and studio work.
Corporate work includes numerous medical operations, helicopter work and sell-through DVDs and recently he produced a training package for the NHS troubleshooting the errors which can occur as patients are handed over from one department to another.
He takes pride in being able to provide clients with effective, problem solving production work and with experience ranging from live eye operations on BBC1 to filming the badgers as they snuffled around the tripod, there isn't much he hasn't aimed a camera at!
Since graduating with First Class honours from the Media Production degree at Chichester University in 2011, Steve has been expanding his ideas and knowledge working alongside the team at TNT. He has experience in camera operating and assisting, including Sony F3, EX3 and DSLR.
With a passion for editing and developing new skills, Steve has compiled projects for TNT, including greenscreen, animated graphics and has experience of grading footage. He particularly enjoyed making a series of behind the scenes documentaries for a recreation of a lost Doctor Who episode. Steve is currently working on the new series of Father Brown for BBC1 and has also worked on projects for the BBC and Channel 4, including Flog It!, Fill your House for Free and the Rox Music and Arts Festival.
Mike has been brought into the TNT team to help develop the potential of the newly revamped studio complex. He brings a wealth of experience from a lifetime in business and the arts sector.
Away from work, Mike loves to collect rock music both on vinyl and CD, a collection amounting to several thousand albums.
Recognising the futility of attempting Universal domination, the Dalek was seeking new career challenges. Purely security related positions proved undemanding although police were able to cease surveillance operations on a number of suspects. In the wake of unproven allegations of extermination, the Dalek came to TNT films to take up the post of Credit Controller. Its ruthless efficiency in enforcing payment terms has proved most successful. Visitors to our studio will be conscious of its scrutiny but we don't advise asking it to make tea.