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Today marks Loop Talent’s 2nd Birthday. In the past year we’ve developed our exclusive Agency & Diary Service roster to include new departments, a new in house team and a fantastic new Central London office. 

We have added three new departments to our curated roster including Editors, 1st AD’s and Production Manager/Line Producers. 

Our Editor roster includes Alex Fountain, known for BIFA-winning and BAFTA-nominated Boiling Point starring Steven Graham, and BBC’s The Responder. Also on the roster is established Editor Mark Davis, whose recent credits include Gangs of London for Pulse Films, as well The Crown and The Fear Index, both for Left Bank. His other credits include Black Mirror, Peaky Blinders, Sherlock, Taboo, Unforgotten, Doctor Who and Outnumbered. 

Christopher CF Chow BFE have also joined our agency. Christopher has worked on award-winning dramas and comedies, including Little Darlings for Sky for director Ian Aryeh. His film The Complex, directed by Paul Raschid, has become the best-selling interactive film ever with rave reviews. Anna Meller (Katherine Parkinson’s Sitting), Anil Griffin (The Lazarus Project, Nicole Lecky’s Mood) and Tom Henson Webb (Screw) also join the roster.

We have expanded into more Production roles with the transference of our 1st AD list from the Diary Service to the Agency. Our ADs include Sam Roffey, with credits such as TV Series Horrible Histories, Drunk History and feature The Pugilist. Sam is currently in prep for a new SKY Drama.  Michael Moore, who has just wrapped on a production with Baby Cow and has a wealth of experience in music promos for artists including Giggs, Joel Corey and Getts. Joey Barlow whose credits include commercials for brands including AA, LuluLemon, and Adidas, as well as Music promos for artists including Tinie Tempah. We have also welcomed Production Manager/Line Producer Maria Ogunyale who has an extensive background in production on HETV & Film. 

We have also seen expansion within the company. Senior Agent James Dawson joined the Loop Talent Team following a successful career in Production and Talent Management. We also welcomed new Team Assistant Megan Cotton to the team.

Many of our clients work has been featured in prestigious film festivals in the last year. The Eternal Daughter directed by Joanna Hogg with Hair and Makeup by Siobhan Harper Ryan and Art Direction by Byron Broadbent was selected for Venice, London Film Festival, New York and Toronto Film Fest. Klokkenluider directed by Neil Maskell screened at London Film Festival and Toronto Film Fest. Amanda directed by Carolina Cavalli with Cinematography by DOP Lorenzo Levrini premiered at Venice Film Festival to excellent reviews. In the Venice Film Festival’s independently run Giornate Degli Autori, ‘Ordinary Failures’ premiered, directed by Christina Grosan and edited by Anna Meller.

Intimacy Coordinator Rufai ‘Roo’ Ajala was selected for this year’s prestigious Screen Stars of Tomorrow, with an interview and photoshoot in Screen Daily. This marks the second year in a row Loop Talent’s clients have been selected for Screen Stars with Hair and Makeup Designer Claire Anne Williams being selected in 2021.

We have supported and promoted the wider industry over the course of the last year by collaborating with Film & TV friends at events. We have a strong relationship with Women In Film and TV, sponsoring the International Women’s Day simultaneous multi-city event celebration and with MD and Founder Lucy Price also working as a Mentor for the Women In Film And TV Mentoring scheme. Loop sponsored the Ladies in Film and TV Summer Party in July which was hosted at the BFI Southbank. At the UKMVA’s 2021 Loop Talent sponsored the Hair and Makeup category, for which Regina Meessen was nominated, and will return to the 2022 UKMVA’s to sponsor the new Cinematography award.

We have continued our relationship with the charity Arts Emergency to encourage young people from typically underrepresented communities in the industry a helping hand and support with their first forays into the industry. This year we have invited Gwent Odai to join the camera department as camera trainee and Katie Morris as Art Department Assistant. In addition to joining the diary service, we’re partnering these trainees with some of the Loop Talent HODs to offer mentoring and experience on set. We’re so thrilled to continue to support Arts Emergency Trainees and help our new recruits break into the industry and gain new opportunities. 

Our Diary Service has also grown in departments, whilst keeping each list considered, curated and boutique. Loop talent Crew is proud to represent a diverse and unique roster across Production, Camera, Lighting, Sound, ADs, Art Director, Art Department Assistants, Costume Supervisor, Costume Assistants, and Make Up Assistants. We are proud of the diversity on our Diary Service with an extensive list of female crew in lighting and camera. 

The past year has been absolutely incredible. A huge thanks to all of our clients, friends, and production companies who have supported us.