Creative Team

 

Alister Cameron, Director of Richmond Productions, is a well known British actor/director who has appeared in many of London's West End theatres in productions as diverse as Tom Stoppards The Real Thing and No Sex Please We're British, The Last of Mrs Cheyney(with Joan Collins) and House Guest at the Savoy Theatre. 

Alister has worked extensively on television in productions such as Poirot, Eastenders, Drop the Dead Donkey, The Harry Enfield Show, The Paul Merton Show as well as many television and theatrical release films.

Alister has appeared in almost all of his company's productions. He also directs many of the plays, and writes and directs films, and always has a deep personal commitment to each project

All the directors of Richmond Productions are committed professionals in the field of entertainment and between them have a wealth of practical experience, in the production and performance of first class comedy and drama.

Moir Leslie’s work as an actor includes repertory seasons at Nottingham, Salisbury, Chesterfield and Cardiff. The West End productions of For Services Rendered, Reflections and Troubadour and numerous British and international tours including Arial in The Tempest (to Sir Anthony Quayle's Prospero), Anya in The Cherry Orchard, Jill in The Skin Game, Essie in The Devil's Disciple and Eliza in Pygmalion. Her television work includes The Bill, Pride and Predjudice, Unexplained Laughter, Grafters and Dalziel & Pascoe.

Moir has worked extensively on Radio's 3, 4 and World Service in over a hundred productions including the lead in many classic serials. Moir is perhaps best known for playing The Rev. Janet Fisher in the world's longest running soap, The Archers

She has directed Educating Rita, Neville's Island and Relatively Speaking for Richmond Productions touring the Middle East, Pakistan and India.

Simon Bamford has been the co-designer at the Key Theatre in Peterborough for 18 years. During this time he has designed sets for many shows including Chicago, Steel Magnolias, Jesus Christ Superstar, Corpse, One For The Road, Driving Miss Daisy, A Slice Of Saturday Night, Cinderella, Alladin, Mother Goose and won the theatre club award for the most outstanding set with his design for Neville's Island. He created the set for Richard Digance's first play Sex Spangles and Sensible Shoes, which toured the UK.

For Richmond Productions Simon has designed Shirley Valentine, Postcards From Maupassant, Educating Rita, Neville's Island (in which he also appeared) and Relatively Speaking.

Matt Jamie keeps his fingers in as many pies as possible:  currently working as a filmmaker, photographer, actor, and theatre director depending on who’s asking.

As a filmmaker, Matt has directed, edited and directed photography on numerous short film projects.  For Richmond Productions he directed and photographed “Number 11” and edited “The Busker” - see the FILM page to view these.  Details of Matt’s other film work are on www.mattjamiefilms.co.uk

As a photographer Matt works mainly in portraiture (actors and performers) and theatre production photography.  Details of Matt’s photography are on www.mattjamie.co.uk/photography

As an actor Matt has performed roles ranging from Romeo on a European tour to Officer Crabtree in a No.1 tour of ‘Allo ‘Allo, as well as voice work for BBC Documentaries, numerous short films, commercials and other screen work.  Details of his acting work are on www.mattjamie.co.uk