Fred is 25. In 2013 his short film, Woodhouse, won the Film London Best of Boroughs Award, and went on to screen at the London Film Festival. His music promos, made with the production company, Colonel Blimp, have been nominated for various national and international awards. He’s directed videos for Tinie Tempah, Friendly Fires, and Lianne La Havas.
Alastair produces and directs films with Tea Fuelled Art and has worked with other big names in the British Film industry including; BBC Films, Optimum Releasing, Warp Films, City Screen and the BFI.
He studied Film and Literature and Creative and Media Enterprises at Warwick University where he first encountered tea as a fuel substance, and fellow tea fuelled creatives. He likes to dabble in editing, acting, special effects and silly voices.
Based in London with connections to Northampton, Stephen has been independently making music video promos for about 6 years. Prior to that he made many live performance gig videos, including Enter Shikari and Biffy Clyro. With art as an education constant, music started dominating his interest, resulting in a Music with Fine Art degree in Brighton. However, he is pretty much self-taught, and has now made many promos including one for established acts like Kodaline, The Futureheads, and And So I Watch You From Afar. Stephen works with both live action and animation mainly as a solo artist, taking inspiration from the individual track and often applying his own ideas and perceptions towards familiar subjects.