Angel Sharp was set up in 2002 by Hannah as a way of combining her experience and expertise in one media company.
Hannah's main focus is film producing and video journalism, but she has previously worked in the design department at Oxford University Press, as a photography assistant to Richard Burbridge in New York, a network engineer for the dotcom ADC in Menlo Park, and also directed and produced professional theatre productions in Oxford and Edinburgh.
Designer, journalist, and scriptwriter, Daniel trained in-house with Angel Sharp Media to become director and editor.
An experienced interviewer, having quizzed world leading figures in business, entertainment and politics, Daniel has also been nominated for high-profile awards for his acclaimed comedy writing and films.
He previously studied English Language & Literature at Oxford University and Art at Åsane Folkehogskole.
After studying film and television production at RMIT University Australia, Jonathan interned at SBS News before moving to the UK, where he worked as assistant director on a range of productions, such as 20th Century Fox's Gulliver's Travels, and BBC2's Henry IV.
He has helmed projects all across the globe, for charities, brands and academic organisations.
Jonathan produces, animates, and brings editing expertise, having taught Final Cut Pro and Premiere.
Amy recently finished her PhD in infectious diseases at Oxford University and is a S.T.E.M. ambassador for Oxfordshire.
She has won awards for her science and nature films from the Biochemical Society, NESC, and UKTV.
Amy is an experienced wildlife photographer, colourist and video editor.
Having studied English & Spanish at the University of Oxford, and produced student theatre productions and films, Frankie works as production co-ordinator for Angel Sharp.
Beyond Oxford, she has also directed and produced professional shows at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe, and specialises in comedy producing and writing.
A cinematographer and camera-operator, Adam has almost 20 years of filmmaking experience, training in tape-based media and linear edit systems before studying Communications at Lincoln University.
A former lecturer in photography, video production and media studies, Adam has managed the ELT video post-production workflow for Oxford University Press across international markets, and been the cinematographer on multiple award-winning short films and music videos.