Tom trained at BSA following a Psychology degree. Since graduating, he has appeared as Brocklehurst in Jane Eyre (Birmingham Old Rep), Benedick in Much Ado About Nothing at The Scoop (Word of Mouth), Valentine in The Shakespeare Conspiracy, Kastril in The Alchemist and a number of Children’s Christmas shows and pantomime.
On the small screen, work includes Dominic in New Tricks (BBC), Darren in Fission (Trunkman) and dozens of commercials worldwide. Aside from acting, Tom is currently developing his first sit-com.
Tom Ashley (George)
Lucy Scott-Smith (Frankie)
Lucy is a Northern actress - originally hailing from rural North Yorkshire but now enjoying a quieter, more relaxed existence in Brixton.
After training in Newcastle, Lucy moved down to London and has enjoyed a varied career ever since. Lucy has worked extensively in film, TV and theatre playing everything from angels to murderers.
Since graduating from The Surrey Institute of Art & Design in 1998, Ben has worked professionally as a writer/director. Initially working in television, making cookery programmes, he transitioned to making dramas and documentaries to support learning - for the education sector and corporate training.
Lovers Lane sees Ben returning to his passion for narrative fiction. This is the first of what he hopes will be many films that explore the comedy and tragedy of everyday life.
Benjamin Verrall (Writer/Director)
Jeremy Read (Director of Photography)
Jeremy has worked a Lighting Cameraman/Director of Photography on all main film and video formats. He has had the opportunity to shoot projects ranging from drama and pop promos on 35mm to filming documentaries in some of the least accessible parts of the world.
Prior to this he spent several years as a focus puller and camera assistant, first at the BBC then freelancing on documentaries, pop promos & features.
Amelia Rowcroft (Production Designer)
Amelia studied at St. Martins College, Wimbledon School of Art and The Florence Academy. Amelia's film credits working as a sculptor include Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince, Hugo, Atonement and Batman. When not working on films, she sculpts wax figures for some of the world's leading attractions.
Alongside commercial work, Amelia creates fine art sculpture for exhibition and sale. She is currently working on a series of art deco inspired nudes.
James Reynolds (Composer)
James Reynolds is a composer of piano and choral music based in London. His work for Theatre includes original music for a new play, Muscovado, recently
nominated for an Alfred Fagon audience award.
James composed music for Night Bus (2014) and he has been commissioned to compose for the new feature length film Hard & Soft (2016). His piano work is published by Altitude Music and has been used for TV, radio and film across the world.
Raymond Lyttleton (Location sound)
Raymond Lyttleton has been a professional sound recordist for many years - working across a wide range of productions including broadcast television, commercials, and corporate video.
Rose Magnall (Hair & Make-Up)
Rose has been working as a hair and make up artist in London for several years. Her CV covers TV commercials, film, bridal, magazine shoots and live TV.
She has a real passion for all areas of the job and loves working in the creative industry every day, surrounded by creative people. Clients include Liz Earle, H&M, Sky, Universal Music, Barber, Woman and Home and Stylist magazines.
Rachel Vine (Location Photography)
Rachel was integral to her student television station during her time at Loughborough University. After graduating she worked as a project manager for 3 years, where she worked with Ben on a number of video productions for the corporate sector.
After filming and photographing a friend's wedding as their wedding present; she discovered a passion and skill for capturing special moments. She now runs Veiled Productions in Cambridgeshire which specialising in wedding videos and photography.
Darren Mostyn (Colourist)
Darren is MD of Online Creative, a creative agency and boutique post production and television/film colour grading facility in central Brighton, UK. He regularly grades HD television for BBC and work on commercials for the likes of Clinic and Saatchi's.
Darren grades uses a DaVinci Resolve grading suite, with the full DaVinci control surface, Grade 1 broadcast calibrated monitors to give the best grading experience in Brighton.
He has produced, edited and graded programmes for broadcast and corporate markets for nearly 20 years, specialising in delivering high production value to all programmes.
Darren Mostyn (Colourist)
Kirstie Howell is a sound recordist and designer who has worked on feature films, television dramas, commercials, documentaries and short films.
Since getting a diploma from Brighton Film School in Film Production, Kirstie has worked on numerous productions. Originally a location sound recordist, Kirstie built on this and incorporated her ear for detail into her sound design work for feature films.