Staff

An ordinary member of staff.

Emma-Jane Barr

London film school is my first full time job since arriving in London a year ago. Before moving to London I was living in Melbourne, I managed cafes and spent a year working as a receptionist at a Bank. I enjoy working in Covent Garden where the school is based and watching psychological thriller films in my spare time

Alex Slack

Born and raised in rural NSW Australia, Alex has studied a Bachelor of Fine Art and has a Master's Degree in Teaching.
Alex began his career in film in the lighting warehouse for Panavision in Sydney Australia going on to join the rigging electrics crews for major motion pictures such as Moulin Rouge and The Matrix 2 & 3.

Tiana Harper

Tiana’s career in film, television and the performance industries includes producing, directing, scriptwriting and performance-coaching roles. Her career has spanned documentary, advertising and comedy and drama. She has worked across a range of projects, from production roles on feature films for Miramax, 20th Century Fox and Disney, to factual television for Channel 4 and Nickelodeon.  She has also directed and produced films and promotional campaigns for the Discovery Channel, and has written, directed and performed a one-woman play.  

Caroline Ward

Caroline Ward heads up the HR team within London Film School. Caroline has worked in HR for over 15 years, mainly in Further and Higher Education. Her previous roles include Equalities Officer and Deputy Head of HR at the Institute of Education and Head of HR at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. She has a wealth of knowledge in a variety of HR topics including Equality, Diversity and Inclusion, Staff Development, Employee Relations and Staff Reward and Benefits.

Brian Fawcett

Brian graduated from the National Film and Television School with an MA in Cinematography in 2009. His graduation film BLACKWATER went on to be screen at many international festivals and picking up awards in Greece and LA, as well as being selected for Camerimage. His first feature was the BFI-funded gay coming-of-age drama DEPARTURE, shot on location in the south of France and opening at the London Film Festival.

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