Prano is an award-winning director/writer with a strong body of short films and music videos. Her work invokes imaginative worlds, fusing a dark vocabulary with eerie allure. Her horror/thriller, NASTY, has screened at over 100 festivals, collecting awards globally, was BIFA long-listed and noted as one of the top horror shorts of 2016. She was selected by Film4 to direct episode one of their Fright Bites series for All4; SHORTCUT, which toured with The Final Girls’ We Are The Weirdos program around the UK, after premiering at Sitges Film Festival. She is currently developing her debut feature, CENSOR, a psychological horror supported by Ffilm Cymru Wales and Creative England, also selected for the Frontieres ‘Proof of Concept’ Forum at Cannes Film Festival this year. Prano has been part of various industry development programmes including BFI NETWORK at London Film Festival, which sought to identify original new voices, iconoclasts and risk takers, and the Berlinale Talents programme at Berlin Film Festival. She is represented for Film and Television by Casarotto Ramsay & Associates.
Naomi has over 14 years experience in the design industry. She splits her time between offering design and consultancy services via Naomi Atkinson Design, and leading the Child.org team as Head of Creative.
Naomi works with an array of companies; from charities, social enterprises and start-ups, through to large-scale services and products. She has a vast array of skills, including: business and brand strategy; product design and placement; web, app, UI and UX design; advertising; commerce; exhibition, print and communications; and interior design.
Her entrepreneurial streak ensures she’s always driven to make positive change.
Tom is Design Director at Code Computerlove, having spent 4 years previously working as a Creative Director and later Executive Product Manager for the BBC.
In all his roles, Tom has focussed on making digital experiences that work beautifully for the people that need them. He spends his days helping teams solve problems or try new things using design thinking and co-creation. He is interested in how these skills are transferable into leadership or strategic contexts so that organisations are better able to find innovative solutions to the challenges they face.
Tom also works as a Design Associate for the UK's Design Council, teaching in universities and helping public and private sector clients unlock their creative and economic potential through design