Meet The Team

Diana Dumitrescu

Freelance Filmmaker & Editor

Diana is a filmmaker and editor, experienced in working on a wide range of projects, from music videos and promos, to short films, documentaries and features. She also dabbles in art and graphic design, as well as film festival management. For Studios, Diana works as a freelance editor and videographer and her work includes the edit for the Riverside Solidarity Exhibition film shown at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, Glasgow.

Ed Hart

Marketing Manager

Ed is a graduate from University College London, and has a background in broadcast media, B2B magazine publishing, copywriting and production. For Studios he handles marketing and publications.


Louisa Taylor

Creative Manager

Louisa studied Fine Art at Cumbria Institute of the Arts and is the creative manager at Fablevision Studios. She’s worked extensively in art, drama, HD video production and event management.

Don Zimmermann

Freelance Film Artist

Filmmaker, editor, producer and volunteer co-ordinator, Don studied TV Production at Glasgow Kelvin College. He works for Fablevision Studios and as a freelance.

Peter Hastie

Freelance Film Artist

Peter is a graduate of Strathclyde University. He writes, directs, produces and edits shorts, features and HD videos. He also runs Striplight, a video production and equipment rental company.

Andrew Hadwin


Andrew, a former student of Shawlands Academy on Glasgow’s Southside, works on administration, video editing, photography and research for Studios’ projects. He’s worked on the AVI drone footage, the TS Queen Mary showreel, the 260th Govan Fair video, the Renfrewshire Witch Hunt 1697 project, as well as sourcing music and stills.

Beth McFarlane

Animation, Graphics and Web Design

Beth is a graduate in Computer Animation from the University of the West of Scotland. She is employed by Studios through a grant from the Scottish Council for Voluntary Organisations [SCVO]. Her credits include the Big Lottery-funded community outreach film entitled, “The Govan Fair: The Treasure in Our Midst”, plus rebranding, animation and design for the Renfrewshire Witch Hunt 1697 website, booklet and Experience.

Megan Donaldson


Megan is studying photography and TV at Glasgow Clyde College, whilst working as an intern with Studios. She works on a variety of projects including UWS’ initiative to encourage more girls and women to consider engineering as a career option.

Thomas Hart

Freelance Photographer/Production Assistant

Thomas studied photography at North Glasgow College and City of Glasgow College. He’s presently working as an intern with the studios on graphic design, stills photography and video projects before going off to study HD TV Production at City of Glasgow College.

Jennifer McCunnie

Funding Officer

Jennifer, a BSc graduate in Mathematics (1st Class) from the University of Strathclyde, handles funding applications and is also a make-up artist who specialises in the grim, the ghostly and the ghoulish. All zombies welcome.

Francis McMenamin


Francis has an MA in Screenwriting and a joint Masters in French and Spanish. He has extensive experience in editing, production and business-to-business publishing. He works in an administrative, research, editorial and marketing capacity on the Studios’ many projects.

Christopher Hill

Freelance Film Artist

Christopher is a Scottish-German screenwriter, poet and author with a passion for language, photography and film. He has an HND in Television and Filmmaking from Glasgow Clyde College and is now studying for BA (Hons) in Filmmaking and Screenwriting at the University of the West of Scotland. He edited Studios’ documentary for the Clyde Docks Preservation Initiative and will be working on the on-going Dorothée Pullinger Project.

Andrew Donaghy

Graphic Design/Photo Manipulation/Illustrations

Andy studied Applied Arts at City of Glasgow College and Photography at West College. He is currently working on the Dorothée Pullinger and Memory of Water projects.

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