Sean is a freelance audio engineer from Rhode Island USA. He writes, produces and records music for documentary films and independent creative productions. He also works as a recording and mixing engineer for documentary productions, rock bands and classical music ensembles. Sean is an aspiring documentarian, he aims to inspire positive change through a diversity of creative means including film and music.
Michael is an independent documentary filmmaker based in London UK. He uses narrative storytelling to produce investigative and observational films. He aims to discover, understand and communicate ideas that are given less attention than they deserve. Previous films include 97% Owned: How is Money Created and Princes of the Yen: Central Banks and the Transformation of the Economy.
John Christensen is the co-founder and executive director of the Tax Justice Network. His investigations into the role of tax havens in the globalised economy started in 1978, and have included fourteen years working on the tax haven of Jersey. He is a vocal critic of tax havens and is today described as Jersey’s most prominent dissident.
Daniel is a journalist and documentary filmmaker interested in international politics and current affairs. Before working on the Spider’s Web he co-directed and co-wrote The Killing$ of Tony Blair, a feature documentary released in cinemas internationally in 2016. Daniel currently works as a broadcast journalist for Al Jazeera English.
Andrew Piper trained at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School, he is an actor, voice over artist, writer and teacher, as well as a Masters student of Applied Positive Psychology. Voice work includes the narration for ‘Titanic: 100 Years in 3D’ for History Channel/Sky, commercial voiceovers for Magnum ice-cream, Martini Rosato, and Cancer Research, and various recordings for the BBC, most recently the voice of John Milton for BBC America/PRI’s The World programme.
jamie Pereira is based in London and is featured regularly on film, and television, and on NGO, corporate and commercial media campaigns. He’s a composer and sound designer, specialising in innovative use of sound – for example, making drums out of fists striking the body for a C4 series on gang violence, and sequencing gunshots for an Amnesty campaign on arms sales. He’s recorded and been released worldwide alongside Cinematic Orchestra, Mark Ronson, Lubomyr Melnyk and Matthew Herbert, and has had sonic artwork featured in the V&A, Serpentine Gallery and Camden Arts Centre.