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Nina Jones

Nina Jones has been a freelance filmmaker ever since leaving Wolverhampton University six years ago with a degree in Video Production. Nina’s experience ranges from large-scale media projects to one-to-one video training. She is capable of delivering insightful and exciting film workshops to a range of different abilities and ages. Nina is also an experienced camera operator and editor and has worked extensively in the corporate and entertainment sectors. When Nina has a spare moment she is busy developing her own work. She is a bright and vibrant part of the Reel Access team and her knowledge and experience is a great asset.


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Jon Morris

Jon Morris  has worked for a number of years as a professional actor and director. As well as working with many professional companies nationally, he has been involved in the development and delivery of many projects focused on, around and for young people. These include directing large scale community productions such as artSites Birmingham’s A City of Villages and the youth musical City Child for mac.

He worked for three years in mac’s education department as Youth Theatre Director and spent a year working as the West Midlands Regional Development Officer for the National Association of Youth Theatres.

Jon has worked extensively in education, devising directing and writing projects for schools such as All The Way Back for Schism Theatre and Night School for Language Alive/The Playhouse.

He has worked extensively with many other educational theatre companies such as Catalyst, Women and Theatre, Loudmouth and the Theatre Company Blah Blah Blah. He has also undertaken a number of residencies in schools and has lectured in both Further and Higher education settings.


Tom Clabon

Tom is a sound engineer, filmmaker and writer who has worked on numerous projects across many different creative fields. He is an alumnus of YFC (formerly RAFT) which was crucial to his own artistic development and he has recently returned to supervise the YFC sessions at mac, Birmingham.

Tom has written and directed a number of short films including ‘Killer Shot’, ‘Tramp’ and ‘Problems’, the latter of which was nominated for a First Light Awards and was the winner of a Buxton Film Festival Award. Recently his projects have been mostly university-based and include ‘The Jamboozle Sessions’, an indie-music show which he directed and edited. Tom can also be heard regularly on Brum Radio hosting ‘The Indie Mixtape’ show.

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Lucy Poulson

Hodge Hill Arts Forum

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Infamous Community Arts

InFamous Community Arts are a Midlands based collective made up of professional designers, technicians, musicians, and artists with experience of working within education and the Creative Industries. They pride ourselves on making the arts accessible to all and developing creativity within the local community.

InFamous works within educational settings and with the community. They work with individuals and groups of all ages, using art and encouraging creativity to enhance both individual and collective experiences. Their goal is to make the arts accessible, inclusive and enjoyable through the promotion of creative well-being. They offer a wide range of high quality creative solutions to compliment any scale project. These include the visual arts, sculpting, ceramics, design, music, fashion & textiles, theatre and lots more.


Martin McNally

Martin McNally has been delivering high quality film, animation and visual arts projects in a community setting for over 5 years and to a wide range of participants.
Martin enjoys working with all members of the community and is passionate about using the Arts as a tool for social change.

As a Fine Art graduate, his practice ranges through painting, sculpture, animation, film and new media. Martin’s adoration for the arts is ever evolving, but his passion for creating animation is one that’s always been at his heart. With broad technical animation skills, he enjoys creating all types of animation, but leans toward the traditional methods, favouring the more hand made, tangible aesthetic.

Martin’s work has been exhibited in Winchester, Birmingham and London. He also worked with Second Home Studio’s on a number of short animated CITV idents that are still used on TV. He states that for him, being artistic is a compulsion; a lifestyle rather than a hobby.

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John Bradburn