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Tracy Nurse worked at Sony Music for 30 years, most recently as Senior Vice President for Sony Music International, a position she held since 1998.

During her career at Sony, Tracy directed the company's international marketing staff, developing and implementing global marketing strategies for a broad array of artists including Beyonce, Neil Diamond, Leonard Cohen, Celine Dion, Shakira, Bruce Springsteen, Barbra Streisand and many others.

Tracy started her own company in 2011 and continues to direct global marketing activities for a roster of iconic artists including David Bowie, Bruce Springsteen and Barbra Streisand. She has been credited on several Bruce Springsteen television and film projects including 2013's 'Springsteen & I' and 2019's 'Blinded By The Light'.


Paul has been writing comedy for many years, but he only started getting paid for it in 2004, when he worked as script editor for 'Max and Paddy's Road to Nowhere.' Since then he has continued to write with Peter Kay. He created and co-wrote the sketch for the 'Comic Relief single: ‘I’m Gonna Be (500 Miles)' as well as co-writing 'Britain's Got the Pop Factor... and Possibly a New Celebrity Jesus Christ Soapstar Superstar Strictly on Ice' for Channel 4, a show that went on to be the highest rated show on the channel in 2008.


Paul has also written for the Brit Awards and twice for The Royal Variety Performance. He co-wrote the award-winning sitcom 'Car Share' for BBC and has scripts in development with ITV, BBC and JellyLegs.

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Ali Zaidi is a writer and actor. His original drama 'Group' is currently in development with Lonesome Pine. He also has an original Drama-Comedy 'Besharam' in development with Two Rivers Media. His work has been performed at The Globe as part of the Young Muslim Voices and Voices in the Dark season.

He was invited to join the Channel 4 Screenwriting Course where he developed 'Bhai', an original TV drama pilot. Ali developed original drama 'Oracle' with BBC North and was one of eight writers to be commissioned by the BBC for the second series of iPlayer Shorts.

He has also written and directed the short film 'Bobble', which has been nominated for the Limelight Film Awards and The Shart International Comedy Film Festival, and he also wrote and starred in comedy web series 'ISIS HR'.


Lewis started his career working in advertising, before moving on to PR and television production.

He joined the BBC in 2001 as an executive producer for live music & events at Radio 2, later progressing to become head of talent, then head of programmes for Radio 2 and 6 Music in 2010.

From 2016 to 2020 Lewis was senior head of content commissioning at Radio 2, where he held responsibility for the network’s day-to-day output. 


With over 40 years experience programming radio stations and producing multi-format projects for clients including the BBC, ABC, Sky, Capital Radio, Channel 4, and Universal Music, Des Shaw began his media career in Perth, Australia in 1979, where he programmed several market leading radio stations before being invited by Sir Bob Geldof to join Planet 24 in London in 1995. In 1999 Des co-founded production company Ten Alps with Sir Bob Geldof and Alex Connock and the company expanded to become one of the UK’s leading multi-media content producers. 


Des has produced projects presented by artistes including Johnny Depp, Bono, Annie Lennox, Susan Sarandon, Antonio Banderas, Deborah Harry and Tim Minchin. 

For Lonesome Pine Productions, he has produced television documentaries on Roy Orbison, Bruce Springsteen, and Johnny Cash. 


Dom Kersey is a very experienced Director of Photography who has been working in the industry for 36 years.


He started at the BBC film department at Ealing Film Studios, working on major film dramas such as ‘Bleak House’ and documentary series like '40 Minutes.'


Dom left the BBC to go freelance and has since worked on many high-profile music promos, commercials and features. He has shot TV dramas for Channel 4, BBC and the ITV children’s series ‘Bookaboo,’ which won two BAFTA awards.


Currently, he is continuing to work on commercials and dramas.

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