Light Shed Pictures is a production company specialising in creative documentary film and adventure-lifestyle photography. We largely make work about identity and landscape with an honesty, humour and curiosity that comes from the heart to create engaging, accessible films, photographs, articles and campaigns which celebrate the human spirit while posing some of life's biggest questions.

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Jen Randall - Creative Director, Filmmaker

Jen Randall is a multi award-winning filmmaker. She has worked with clients that include the BBC, Channel 4 and Sender Films, as well as brands such as Black Diamond, Lowe Alpine and Rab. Jen’s films have been awarded major prizes at international mountain film festivals including Banff, Vancouver, 5Point and Kendal. She gained a first class BA Hons degree in Time Based Art at Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design and a post-graduate diploma with honours in Film Production at Vancouver Film School, winning Best Undergraduate Drama from the Royal Television Society as well as having work exhibited at D&AD and The National Review of Live Art. Jen often quests into the wilds on adventures inspired by her subjects, from long distance walks to big walls.

                                                                                                     

Collaborators

Alex Gorham - Photographer, Producer

Alex Gorham's unique eye for a shot and story bring extra life to our projects. He has recently shot exciting campaigns and articles for The Outsiders store, Lowe Alpine, The National Trust, Climb Magazine and Another Escape. Al has held key roles on our BMC TV shorts Patience and the award-winning Where Walking Took Me, as well as producing our Epic TV series Europe’s Best Crags and co-producing Psycho Vertical.

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Claire Carter - Writer, Filmmaker, Creative Consultant

Based between Sheffield and North Wales, Claire Carter is the Artistic Director of Kendal Mountain Festival and the Engagement Officer for the Outdoor Industry Association. Having co-directed Operation Moffat and as the spark behind The Bothy Project, Claire is now editing a new anthology of women's adventure writing and art - Waymaking - to be published by Vertebrate in October 2018.

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Chris Prescott - Sound Designer, Filmmaker

With one foot in Chamonix and the other in Edinburgh, Chris is a furiously hard working filmmaker and photographer with his own production company Dark Sky Media. We love him best for his sound design skills, and have collaborated with him in this field on several films, from Project Mina to Psycho Vertical.