Senior Lecturer - Camera
Term Two Tutor
Student Recruitment Manager
Jonathan joins the London Film School with over seven years’ experience in Marketing and Student Recruitment for both the Further and Higher Education sectors in Scotland. As a Graduate of Edinburgh Napier University in MSc Marketing, Jonathan recently spent six years working for his alma mater in Student Recruitment Officer roles most notably, for the EU and Home Postgraduate markets.
MA Screenwriting Administrator
Sound Instructor/Equipment Manager
Before joining the London Film School Karen was a freelance Sound Editor working on feature films, TV dramas and documentaries in South Africa and the UK. Member of the Association of Motion Picture Sound AMPS.
Katrina joins the London Film School as an executive assistant. Katrina has an international background and grew up in six countries before arriving in England to study Drama and Events Management at university. In her spare time, Katrina enjoys creative writing, exploring new cities, and volunteering at a North London cemetery. A self-confessed cinephile, Katrina has collected cinema tickets since 2001, and has a penchant for the horror genre.
Academic Programme Manager
Media Asset Assistant
After a degree in Economics and a spell as an advertising copywriter Les Blair enrolled as a student at the London Film School. In 1969 he spent six months in Prague as an exchange student at FAMU where he made a short documentary about life under the Soviet bloc invasion which was shown by the BBC before being snatched back by the Czech authorities. On returning to London he produced and edited Mike Leigh’s first film Bleak Moments before launching his own career as a director with a string of films made for television which he wrote and directed after extended improvised rehearsal with the actors. He also directed the work of other writers, most notoriously G.F.Newman’s Law and Order which secured a place in television history with its portrayal of endemic corruption in the police and judicial system. His TV films News Hounds and The Accountant both won BAFTA’s for Best Single Drama. He has written and directed feature films for cinema including Bad Behaviour which won the Evening Standard Peter Sellers award for comedy. His work for the theatre includes Becket’s Waiting for Godot and two plays of his own.
Senior Lecturer - Documentary
Lecturer - Editing
Camera Equipment Manager
Prior to joining London Film School, Michael began his career in the industry working within a kit room for several years. He has also been a camera assistant for several BBC 3 shows, a creative executive for Sky and a production assistant on Bollywood feature films. He studied Filmmaking at the Metropolitan Film school and also has a degree in Economics.
Administrative Support Officer
Fenner, born in Greenwich, graduated in Aerospace Engineering from the University of Hertfordshire in 2018. Currently training to teach IELTS examinations.