As a spin-off to our consulting activities, we're sometimes asked to recommend / introduce production crew to producers located both here in the US and also in the the UK. Intended primarily as a free matchmaking service for production crew and technicians, we use our contacts (as a courtesy) on both sides of the Atlantic to bring talent together. Individual membership for production crew is entirely complimentary - no catches. By helping the community to find work, we also benefit from word-of-mouth networking opportunities - meaning the relationship is mutually-beneficial. Good kudos, sweet karma. Crew members may also request a complimentary 1-hour consultation (phone, email, Skype or Zoom), a 10% discount on our rate card, introductions within our community, priority reservations when consulting with us, and year-round VIP status. We'll do our best to match you up wherever we can, but we'll only recommend people we know and trust. Thank you for respect and understanding in that regard. To begin, and so we can get to know you a little better, simply enroll with your email address and we will send you an advisory email to get the ball rolling. Then, if you are happy to go-ahead, we will need your up-to-date resume, reels, links, references and contact details to hold on file and (hopefully) make referrals for you whenever we see an opportunity. Once registered, you will only be contacted when we receive a bonafide producer inquiry. No spam or reselling - guaranteed.
An award-winning actor, playwright, screenwriter, filmmaker, artist and illustrator, Joe is the powerhouse behind a formidable portfolio of plays, films and images including The Haunting of Blaine Manor, I'm Frank Morgan, Lookin' For Lucky, Tales from Paradise Heights and The Bench (amongst others) - the latter being illustrated by these wonderful images above.
We've known Bolton-born Joe for more than 20 years and we're constantly in awe of such prolific output emanating from his current base in Manchester, UK.
For more information on Joe's award-winning plays, films and illustrations, go to:-