KindFame Productions collaborate with many industry professionals from directors to sound recordist and mixers. Below are just some of our team.
Paul Howard has been producing and directing company promotional videos since 2009 including green-screen, talking head, testimonials and product awareness films. Having been a therapist for nearly 20 years has given him a deep understanding of the challenges faced by people with psychological issues. Because of this, he has a special interest in issues like anxiety and likes making films that bring awareness to the public about these issues.
In 2017 he started developing and producing a social awareness film about the effects of bullying. With a cast and crew of over 30, it was a big step up from his normal endeavours and it presented some unique challenges. This self-funded project looks to bring awareness to both adults and children of the long-term ramifications that bullying causes, not just to the person being bullied but also to the bully themselves.
He is the club secretary for The Sutton Filmmaking Club, based in Sutton Surrey. Sutton Filmmakers have for over twenty years, been helping aspiring filmmakers widen their creative horizons, whether making low-budget shorts, documentaries or full-scale feature movies. We collaborate, communicate and share knowledge. This not-for-profit club helped him tremendously when he started making films.
He is pioneering the use of drama in promoting organisations, in particular, small businesses. By tapping into the psychological processes of the audience, he aims to promote feelings and emotions that traditional company promotional videos struggle to do.
She then went on to study performing arts, sound recording/producing and lighting and then progressed to the London International Film School in Covent Garden. She has worked in the camera department on many productions one of which was ‘Spinning Around’ a Kylie Minogue story which aired on TV. She also worked on a production celebrating 100 years of Walt Disney and a documentary in South Africa during the 1994 elections documenting the first time black people could vote!
She now uses her skills acquired in music, dance and film for the storytelling process that film editing needs. At the time of writing, she is a Judge for the WeMakeFilms International Film Festival.
She has edited short films, documentaries, live music events, trailers and is currently the editor for a feature film currently in production.
Adrian is a writer/director, a visual storyteller and an editor. Inspired by his Father’s acting and playwriting career, Adrian graduated from London Metropolitan University with a degree in Film and Broadcast Production.
Usually specialising in comedy, Adrian started out writing short scripts and then went on to direct and edit short films across various genres.
Jemma Arnold is a London based writer with a BA Hons in Film and Television Production from York St.John University.
She has spent the past six years working on a variety of different projects that have predominately focused on sensitive issues. She enjoys creating pieces that have a deeper meaning and serve a purpose to audiences on a relatable level.
“For me, it is important to write pieces that help to give people a voice, especially when they may be struggling to find one”
“I love watching a story I have developed come to life through the means of film. I visualize the characters, their traits, their lives, their experiences and their traumas. When it all comes to life on set, there’s nothing like it”.