Gabriel Clarke is an award-winning journalist and filmmaker; most recently Writer/Director on Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans.
As the main Sport Reporter for ITV, Gabriel has been named the RTS Sports News Reporter of the Year three times and has won various RTS awards for creative and feature production, whilst developing his documentary portfolio.
In 2008 Clarke wrote and co-directed Clough, nominated for the Grierson Documentary Prize. He performed the same role in 2010 on the critically acclaimed documentary When Playboys Ruled The World, and in 2011's The Fight Of Their Lives. Between 2012 and 2014 Gabriel developed the Sports Life Stories series, awarded Sports Journalists Association Programme of the Year in 2014.
John was the Producer/Director on Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans – a feature documentary that was one of only two British films to be an official selection for the Cannes Film Festival in 2015. He has performed this role on several acclaimed television documentaries in the UK.
The last of these was The Fight of their Lives, which was BAFTA nominated in 2012 in the Single Documentary category. John also produced and directed the Grierson nominated Clough.
He has won five Royal Television Society Awards, three Sportel Golden Podium Awards and he was a Studio Director on Channel 4’s BAFTA winning coverage of the Paralympics in 2012. He has been BAFTA nominated a further three times.
Head of Production
Torquil joined Sunset+Vine in 2006 and during his four years with the company rose from runner to Programme Editor, delivering content for all of the UK’s major broadcasters.
After setting up his own company in 2010 Torquil used the world’s biggest sporting broadcasts - including the FIFA World Cup and Olympic Games - to showcase his skills as one of the UK’s leading creative directors.
In the build-up to the 2014 World Cup, he spent 18 months in Brazil overseeing a major project on behalf of the Host Broadcast Services/ FIFA.
Most recently, Torquil has worked as Second Unit Director/ Associate Producer on the film documentary Steve McQueen: The Man and Le Mans and is currently overseeing productions for FIFA, UEFA, HBS and the Olympic Broadcasting Services.
Victoria has huge experience working with multi-million pound budgets, developing films using investment schemes such as EIS and SEIS, and negotiating co-production deals, both in the UK and overseas.
Victoria’s first film work was as production manager on Jamie Thraves Treacle Jr, released by Soda Pictures and winning critical acclaim including the Golden Hitchcock Award at Dinard and Best Actor Award at MIFF & nomination at BIFA. Her debut as Producer for Queens Of The Cage won Best Documentary Short at The Cinema Festival of Hollywood. She went on to line produce and produce twelve short films and four further feature films including Svengali, released by Universal in 2013, One Humanity screened globally on Freedom Day 2014 and Amar, Akbar & Tony released 2015. She has scooped seven Best Film Awards in the last five years and recently line produced Steve McQueen: The Man & Le Mans.
Allan oversees the finance function at Noah Media Group. Over the past 20 years, Allan has been the founder and CEO of a number of successful accountancy and professional services businesses catering to the media and sports sectors, including Accounts Bureau, Eight Group and Player Support Services.
Allan has specialist knowledge of the Fine Art world and advises several globally recognised businesses in this sector. In sport,
Allan has helped to develop cutting edge answers to the problems of image rights and off-field income structures both in the UK and overseas.
He also works closely, as an advisor, with a number of the leading agencies and organisations in the sports sector.
Pete joined ITV Sport in 2005, working across their extensive portfolio of programming in his six years with the company, rising from researcher to programme editor. As a senior features producer Pete regularly delivered key content to multi-million audiences, including material for FIFA World Cup, UEFA Champions League and IRB Rugby World Cup Finals. Pete moved to Sunset + Vine in 2011, series producing NFL and Football League shows for the BBC, Channel 4 and Channel 5, as well as helping to launch and establish BT Sport’s football and rugby coverage. In 2012 Pete devised ‘The Last Leg’, alongside comedian Adam Hills - both the groundbreaking Paralympic show and the subsequent entertainment series - winning Royal Television Society, Broadcasting Press Guild and Creative Diversity Network awards. He was one of five programme editors responsible for the 2012 BAFTA award winning Paralympic coverage on Channel 4, as well as overseeing the pre-tournament athlete filming that featured during the Games.
Kim started his career at IMG Media, where he helped build and eventually lead the design and DVD department, designing and animating titles sequences for Trans World Sport, The Premier League, Futbol Mundial to name a few.
He has spent the last 9 years as a freelance designer and director, where he has developed enormous experience working for the world's biggest sporting brands and broadcasters (including the Premier League, UEFA, FIFA, HBS, OBS, World Rugby, European Tour Golf and ITV Sport). Recently he has been working with BT Sport on their Champions League Coverage, Kim designed all the graphics for the Champions League Goals Show which has been nominated for an RTS award for Best Sports Programme. He has also worked on numerous other award winning productions, including IMG’s ‘In Colour’ series of documentaries (BAFTA), 2012 Paralympics for Channel 4 (BAFTA), The Fight of Their Lives (BAFTA Nominated), Clough (Grierson Nominated).
Chris spent over 5 years at Sunset+Vine, becoming a highly-regarded producer delivering creative content for all of the UK's major broadcasters. Chris produced features and documentaries for BT Sport's Premier League and FA Cup coverage, and spent a year travelling extensively for a world sport programme.
As a freelancer, Chris has worked for an array of clients and on global events including the UEFA European Championships, the Olympic Games and the Paralympic Games. At the UEFA European Championships, Chris produced the official review documentary, focusing on the stories that emerged on and off the pitch.
Simon started his career boiling kettles and reading scripts for Oscar-winning directors Anthony Minghella and Andrea Arnold before going onto production coordinate the 2009 Sundance-Nominated feature film ‘Son of Babylon’.
As Production Manager, Simon has since managed various feature films, documentaries and more recently promos and commercials for FIFA, OBS, Sony and Panasonic.
Simon has also directed and produced several short films including Dogspotting for Film Four and his first documentary The Last Tribe, that was selected for the British Film Institute’s Mediatheque - as one of 100 key films made in Yorkshire over the past 100 years.
Thom qualified with BA Hons Modern Languages from the University of Birmingham, having studied in France, Spain and China.
After graduating in 2011, he moved into the footwear industry, working in Taiwan with major brands such as Dolce & Gabbana and Armani.
In 2013 Thom decided to follow his passion and undertook an intensive filmmaking course at MET Film school, based at Ealing Studios in London. Here he gained experience in all production phases - writing, producing, directing, and editing three of his own short films, and producing and AD’ing many more, finishing the course with distinction.
After working freelance for the past year and a half in various production and AD roles, Thom joined Noah in February 2016. A confident self-shooter, he is a proficient editor in Adobe Premiere Pro and FCP, and has a big passion for writing.
Barry Smith co-founded Skyscanner in early 2002. Since then the company has grown to be the largest independent travel search company in the world, with offices in Edinburgh, Singapore, Barcelona, Beijing, Budapest and Miami. It is currently valued at over £1billion, and employs over 700 people around the globe.
Barry is also an active angel investor/adviser in a number of technology companies, mentors several tech startups and is on the Board of Trustees for the Entrepreneurial Charity - NEF.
Barry’s experience and involvement in the technology sector will drive Noah’s digital arm, where our team plan to experiment and innovate with all filming projects using the very latest emerging technologies - including VR, which will become an ever increasing focus for Noah Media Group.