XpoNorth Live! 2017 Team
Take a browse at our XpoNorth Live! 2017 team...
Eden is from Moray, recently graduated from Robert Gordon University with a first. Her research on photo journalism in Syria was highly acclaimed. Particularly interested in radio- she's worked for the BBC in Edinburgh, Glasgow and Inverness. Don’t ask about her gorgeous new puppy unless you have half an hour or more…
At nineteen, Louise Campbell is the baby of our team but don’t underestimate her! Originally from the Isle of Lewis, and has moved to the big smoke of Glasgow, studying TV Production at City of Glasgow College. She enjoys camera work and practical side of things. A true Scottish girl, Louise is a Gaelic speaker and ‘kissed by fire’.
Kayleigh Innes is a freelance photographer and producer based at Northport Studio in Elgin. Graduating in Film and Media from University of Stirling in 2016, Kayleigh has experience in video, and radio production as well as social media management. Being taught analogue photography by her grandfather, she loves getting to know people through her camera. Her passion for travelling lead her to Japan, where she shot a documentary about rural tea farmers. Although her Japanese is rusty, you can try to chat with her in British sign language, about her dissertation on Deaf culture in new media.
Napier graduate Andrew studied English and film. Whilst studying he realised his future lay not in watching films but making them. He has since worked as a runner for STV, as crew on several shorts, and continues to learn about camera, sound and edit. A certified film buff he’s also keen on film trivia and the dark secrets of production.
Based in Elgin, Natasha is a 23 year-old English literature graduate from the University of the Highlands and Islands. Being a volunteer for both GoNorth in 2014 and XpoNorth 2016, this year Natasha has stepped up into the production team. Natasha is passionate about her beloved Highlands and a great supporter of performers and bands coming to the North.
Anna is a Glasgow based aspiring assistant director with a passion for film that has led her all over the country. Growing up in Poland she was surrounded by the stories of Greek mythology. Her favourite goddesses have inspired her strong work attitude which she applied while studying at Glasgow university. She goes into every project with quick wit and a positive attitude.
Anna Stoltzmann is currently gaining her masters degree in Film Directing at The University of Edinburgh. Working and studying all over Europe, Anna is driven by her love of directing and documentary filmmaking, and passionate about telling authentic human stories. As Anna loves travel and art, her graduate film follows the story of a performance artist living in the fjords of Norway.