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Working and making comics out of Hampshire, UK Jonathan Scott has made comics and visual storytelling his area of study through his undergraduate and postgraduate career. Although he became a new face on the UK independent comics scene in 2015 the visual art form has always been a preoccupation of his, believing comics to be the most convenient and effective way for an artist to express a narrative to an audience. Jonathan has worked with various UK publishers such as Comichaus, Soaring Penguin Press, Markosia and Future Quake.
Good Lamb Media are a small production group set up in 2017 in Winchester, Hampshire. Coming together at university, we like to create films and videos that are funny, insightful, interesting, as so on. The group consist of the following below, with their contact details:
Luke Whitton – Producer (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Jamie Wrapson – Director / Sound (email@example.com)
Oli Hoade – Cinematography / Editing (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Sam Waterfall – Cinematography / Editing (email@example.com)
Craig Carrigan – Production Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org)
We are glad to have had the opportunity to work with Action Against Abduction on the Clever Never Goes videos, and look forward to any future collaborations.
Miley Gardner opened Bella lashes after 10 years working in the makeup industry: “From the very beginning I knew I wanted to turn the business into one that gave back and did good for others. Clever Never Goes – a topic so close to my heart – felt like the right place to start, we have much more planned in the coming years and a lot to be excited about.
People’s Postcode Trust is a grant-giving charity funded entirely by players of People’s Postcode lottery. Our Clever Never Goes project has received £20,000 from the Trust so we can develop resources for older primary age children.