Tinderflint was set up in 2010 with a view to working on projects which make a tangible difference. That ethos filters through to everything we do, ensuring that we produce great content, whilst making sure that everyone involved has a good time doing so. We have had the pleasure of working with some amazing people, delivering a range of film, photography and animation content to some of the worlds biggest brands.
We combine creative thought with practical prowess to produce the right content for the right audience, which is why every client we’ve worked with has worked with us again.
Whether video, photography or animation, our family of practical creatives and our extensive network of talent enables us to pull together the right team for the job.
This also means that we are able to scale up or down dependent on the requirement, servicing both ends of the production spectrum.
Whether a brand, agency or organisation, we’ll work collaboratively to translate your intent into content.
Eliot has lived in London all of his life and attended the BRIT school before studying at The University of North London, now London Metropolitan. After a number of years chasing dreams of rock stardom, he worked for several years in a corporate environment before moving into the television industry in 2005.He set up Tinderflint in 2010 with Rob & Jeremy after seeing the potential in online video and the opportunity to produce great content. Eliot’s experience ranges from client account management, business development, through to broadcast, corporate, and digital production.Eliot is a proud father of three young kids. Outside of work he loves to spend time with his family and socialise with friends over good food and drink. He is a self confessed geek who is passionate about film & music……… He would just love to get a little more sleep!
Rob is originally from Jersey in the Channel Islands and studied Television Production at Bournemouth University. He has worked across various programmes for broadcasters such as Sky, Channel 4, BBC & ITV focusing mainly on post production.In 2010 he left broadcast to set up Tinderflint with Eliot and Jeremy. Today he is our Head of Production, overseeing all of our output and ensuring that we are always pushing ourselves creatively. Outside of work he can be found playing sport, boxing or in the gym.
Jeremy was born in Kenya and spent his early life moving between the UK and Uganda. He went on to study Television Production at Bournemouth University after which he worked through the crewing ranks as a sound recordist, before quickly moving onto camera operator.In 2010 he co-founded Tinderflint with Eliot and Rob, the aim being to create engaging and creative content which made a tangible difference. Jeremy loves travel, something that he has had a passion for since his early experiences of Africa.
Becky originally hails from Newbury in Berkshire. After graduating from Bournemouth University’s Media School, Becky spent 7 years freelancing in TV documentaries, beginning with honing her tea-making skills right through to shooting and directing for broadcast. She worked largely on prime-time documentaries for the major broadcasters before joining Tinderflint as a producer at the start of 2015.Becky’s claim to fame is that as a youngster she was part of the GB synchronised ice skating team, representing the country at World Championship level. These days, her passions outside of work are food, festivals, live music and her cat Domino.
Ryan originally hails from New Zealand where he studied directing and writing for screen at Unitec New Zealand. After graduating he began to work as an Assistant Producer in commercials before progressing into a self-shooting Producer and Director working for brands like Coke and Volkswagen.At Tinderflint Ryan is our in-house Director and has worked on campaigns for brands including Waitrose, Specsavers, Levis, Sky, MoneySuperMarket and PG Tips.
Aleisha is another Tinderflint Kiwi but from the South Island this time (the better island, or so Aleisha says).Before moving to London she spent five years freelancing in NZ as a production coordinator working across various feature films, TV series and TV commercials.Outside of work Aleisha spends all of her money on travel which she then writes about in her blog.Chur!
Bronagh originally hails from the North of Ireland, where she studied law at university in Belfast. She used to read the news on the local radio before moving to England to pursue her career in television.She began working on This Morning, the One show and Watchdog before moving on to produce and direct documentaries for all the major broadcasters.Outside of work Bronagh likes checking out bands, going to the theatre and occasionally hitting the gym. She ran a half marathon once because she thought it would be fun. She was wrong.She spends a lot of time spelling out her name for people.
Conal studied Sociology and Communications at Goldsmiths before moving to Ravensbourne to study Broadcast Operations and Production. Conal has since worked in the media industry for 12 years working in a variety of roles including as Location Sound and as a Director and Editor for brands like New Zealand Lamb, Oxo and Deutsche Welle. Since working with Tinderflint, Conal has worked as an Editor and Lighting Cameraman on projects for SIS, BP and Specsavers.
Conor is a self-starter, who found his love of shooting and editing in his A-Level years at School. Although he hasn’t had any further education, he’s been learning his craft through self-teaching and throwing himself into all ends of production over the past few years. Outside of work, Conor spends most of his time tweaking his fantasy football team and playing the drums.
Lauren completed an apprenticeship in Digital Marketing, before joining the Tinderflint team at the start of 2019 and is definitely the baby of the office, often being the only person ID’d on the work socials.In Lauren’s spare time she plays Roller Derby, a high contact sport played on roller skates, she sometimes comes into work with a few bruises and a little bit achy, but that's nothing a glass of wine can't fix!
Amy joined Tinderflint in 2017 and is a multi skilled video editor & colourist. She has extensive post production experience having worked on a wide range of digital content, music videos and film trailers.She enjoys the production process from the initial assembly through to final delivery and is passionate about creating great content.Amy is a keen wildlife photographer and spends a lot of her spare time adding to a beautiful portfolio of images from the natural world.
Yvie is Tinderflint’s resident Glaswegian. She studied Film and Television at the University of Glasgow, before moving on to a specialised Masters degree in Post Production at London’s MetFilm School. Away from the cutting room Yvie enjoys travelling, and of course, going for a wee dram with friends. (What else would you expect from a Scot?)