Oliver is an aspiring artist and young film maker located in the heart of Birmingham. Graduate in Ba Art & Design Honours and current Masters Feature Film Development student, he is making his way through the creative landscape.
Bradfield originally emigrated from South Africa to the UK in order to study filmmaking. Since arriving in this country Bradfield has co-founded his own media production company and worked on multiple documentary projects and a feature film. Bradfield is a passionate story-teller, and enjoys his craft.
Born and bred in Birmingham, I’m a 26 year old masters graduate with a passion for travel, adventure and all things photography. I love to immerse myself in the culture wherever I go. My goal is to showcase the scenes, moments and memories I capture, and share my unique perspective to you.
Facebook Instagram Twitter LGK Productions Queens of the Commonwealth Foodbank Lakis Greek Kitchen Holiday Fun #SpreadtheLove Dishes of Change Production Team Production CoordinatorPetros Kkolas is the Production Coordinator of the Queens Project. He is a Consultant Engineer. He studied Civil Engineering in Coventry University since his graduation he is employed by global engineering firms. Following
Suzanne is a well known news presenter and has worked for BBC and ITV for many years. She is from a migrant background and has a passion for sharing stories of those that have sacrificed their own dreams for us to have a better chance in life. IN her own words “When Panikos and Ben approached me and told me about this documentary I knew immediately I wanted to be involved”.
Facebook Instagram Twitter LGK Productions Queens of the Commonwealth Foodbank Lakis Greek Kitchen Holiday Fun #SpreadtheLove Dishes of Change Production Team Executive Producer Ben is a BBC-trained multi award-winning media creative and entrepreneur who has worked on some of Britain’s most iconic TV shows. In 2000 he launched Birmingham indie Zebra Digital, creating award-winning series
Panayiotis Panayiotou, also known as Panikos, was born in 1979 to parents Anastasia and Mihalis Panayiotou. Panikos began this whole journey into production with the publication Amathus to Birmingham (2016) inspired by his own parents who are also refugees from the 1974 Turkish invasion. ‘A2B’ as this project is known, documented the stories of families who moved from Cyprus to Birmingham.