|Prior to forming the attic room Chris spent ten years with the BBC, producing and presenting across their range of science formats, from documentary to actuality and drama. He began his career in television as series researcher of the acclaimed BBC TWO series The Planets, before moving on to Tomorrow's World and Rough Science. In 2004 he won the Sir Arthur Clarke award for his work producing the BBC ONE blockbuster drama series Space Odyssey: voyage to the planets. He produced and directed on Film 4's Sundance Award winning feature documentary film In the Shadow of the Moon, and directed and exec. produced on the spin off REMI award winning series Moon Machines for the Discovery Science Channel. He was the lead producer on the 2009 director's cut release of NASA's original Apollo 11 documentary Moonwalk One. He acted as executive producer of Dust, and conceived, produced and directed the hit Internet film 'First Orbit'. In 2011 he produced the BBC's film Space Shuttle: The Final Mission, presented by Kevin Fong, and the following year he directed the acclaimed Dallas Campbell, BBC FOUR documentary Voyager: To the Final Frontier. Recently he produced and directed both the BBC's biopics on Neil Armstrong, and Richard Feynman.|
|Ravi has worked as a journalist and television producer in the British media for the past decade, across the BBC, Channel 4 and a number of independent production companies. His documentary film projects span TV, the web and Imax film. He has a strong track record in the field of education and social innovation; serving as head of Communications for Teacher's TV from the channel's inception in 2004 and more recently as Head of the Innovation Challenges programme for NESTA, the National Endowment for Science Technology and the Arts. He is also the founder and MD of the communications consultancy company GovEd and in this capacity he acted as an Executive producer for Jeffery's Story.|
Since graduating in animation and sound design Ben has worked across a variety of film projects ranging from
Tim Burton's full length animated feature 'The Corpse Bride' to shorts and music videos for the band
Anydays. As an all round film maker
with directing and producing talents he brings a unique vision to our projects.
Ben's first film for the attic room was our Bebo teen-drama mini series Jeffery's Story which he co-created and edited. His short film Dust premiered at the 2010 Edinburgh Film Festival.
Rajeev is a barrister practising in social welfare and human rights law, having started out life as a mathematician. He has written and lectured on a diverse range of subjects and has contributed to various television and radio programmes. He is Chair of the Board of Trustees for Bail for Immigration Detainees, a charity that assists those who are held in immigration detention.
Rajeev acts for The Attic Room as our creative and legal consultant.