Nisa Ward has lived in Gloucestershire for twenty five years, in a cottage in the side of the Slad Valley, a beautiful environment inhabited by badgers, deer and foxes. She is an artist, writer and literary editor.
A keen horse rider, she is also a karate black belt.
She is totally committed to her first involvement in film production and says that she won’t rest until what is happening in the British countryside is shown on the big screen for all to see.
Michael has worked in the film and television industry for thirty years. His first short, Regatta was selected for screening in The London Film Festival and his second, The Tragical Comedy of Mr Punch, was shown in Channel 4′s new director showcase First Frame.
Whilst continuing independent production as director his credits as film editor include Arena, Critical Eye and Dispatches. He is a regular editor on Channel 4′s acclaimed Unreported World and The Wave that Shook the World, a harrowing account of the Asian Tsunami, was nominated for both Bafta and Emmy awards.
Michael has his own sculling boat and rows as often as he can on the Isis.