Gregor Cameron

After starting his career in TV on innovative Channel Four programming; The Word, The Big Breakfast & Moviewatch, Gregor moved through the BBC Entertainment & Documentaries departments Producing & Directing a range of series. He founded World’s End Productions in 1999 with the epic documentary ‘Goin’ Down to South Park’ followed by commissions from Channel Four (UK) and Comedy Central (US) and since then Gregor has produced factual documentaries, entertainment, comedy and drama series for all the leading Broadcasters. Alongside his TV and award winning Radio productions, Gregor was a founder of the ‘how to’ website www.videojug.com, conceptualising and creating hundreds of mini-films exiting successfully in 2009. Music has been a consistently important theme in all his productions, from the British Comedy Award winning Katy Brand and her musical spoof videos to the forthcoming feature film ‘Kill Your Friends’, starring Nicholas Hoult, Craig Roberts, Georgia King, Tom Riley et al. Set in the heyday of Britpop, 27-year-old A&R man Steven Stelfox fuelled by greed, ambition and inhuman quantities of drugs, searches for his next hit record amid a relentless orgy of self-gratification. But, as the hits dry up and the industry begins to change, Stelfox takes the concept of ‘killer tunes’ to a murderous new level in a desperate attempt to salvage his career. This film combines music catalogue, new music and new and existing artists.

Amanda Ghost

Amanda is a three time Ivor Novello Award winner; a Golden Globe nominee; and has been nominated for six Grammy Awards. Ghost started her musical career as a singer songwriter signed to Warners Music in Los Angeles. As a songwriter, Ghost was a co-writer for James Blunt’s “You're Beautiful”; "Beautiful Liar" by Beyoncé and Shakira; and Jordin Sparks' first single, "Tattoo". Amanda also co-wrote and produced four songs for Beyoncé's third multi-platinum album, I Am… Sasha Fierce; "Disappear", "Satellites" and "Ave Maria" and "Once in a Lifetime".

In 2009, Ghost was named the new president of Epic Records leaving in 2011. Ghost is now the CEO of her own record label ‘Outsiders’ a joint venture with The Universal Music Group. In 2011 Ghost exec produced the Scissor Sisters album Magic Hour and co-wrote the smash hit "Only The Horses" co-produced by Calvin Harris. She co-wrote two songs for the Florence and The Machine album Ceremonials, used in the worldwide trailer for ‘The Great Gatsby’ 2013 and has more recently collaborated with John Legend, Sub Focus, Shakira, Jennifer Lopez, ASAP Rocky and Pharrell.

Amanda has written and produced theme songs and musical content for several major networks including the BBC, Channel Four and NBC, her original songs have been used in countless TV and film productions; from "Once in a Lifetime the title track to Beyoncé's film, Cadillac Records (nominated for the Best Song Written for a Motion Picture Award) to the dance hit ‘Filthy Mind’ for the hit Television Series 'Queer As Folk’.