Hello, this is Light Shed Pictures - a production company specialising in creative documentary film. Based in Scotland, we largely make work about identity and landscape, about who we are through the lens of adventure. With an honesty, humour and curiosity that comes from the heart, Light Shed Pictures creates engaging, accessible films, photographs and articles which celebrate the human spirit while posing some of life's biggest questions.

Jen Randall - Creative Director, Filmmaker

Jen Randall is a multi award-winning filmmaker and the founder of Light Shed Pictures. 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, Edinburgh 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.


Alex Gorham - Producer, Photographer

Alex Gorham's unique eye for a shot and story bring extra life to our projects, both in front of and behind the camera. With a background in online marketing and a degree in English Literature from Glasgow University, Al has held key roles on our BMC TV shorts Patience and the award-winning Where Walking Took Me, as well as co-producing our Epic TV series Europe’s Best Crags and being a core member of our Psycho Vertical crew. A psyched climber, runner and skier, Al is all about getting into the nitty gritty of an adventure come rain or shine.



James France - Associate Cinematographer 

Since graduating from the Adventure Media program at the University of Cumbria in 2014, James has been specialising in remote location and rope access film production. He has worked with production companies including Cold House Collective and BMC TV, and contributed to award-winning films such as our very own Operation Moffat. With a real love of the outdoors, especially the South-West coast, James can often be found in the nearest National Park searching for the perfect shot. He recently became a fully qualified UAV pilot, and we're thrilled to have such a creative, high-spirited fellow on the Light Shed Pictures team.