Jay Moussa-Mann


Jay has been making TV and films professionally since 2008. She wrote and directed TV programmes for a non-profit satellite channel as well as creating countless music videos which were broadcast. She graduated from Teesside University in 2014 with a 1st in Film and TV production. She is a trustee of TWR-UK and is a board member of CEVMA.

She has made films for Bishop Auckland Mining Art Gallery, Durham University and TLG Education. Her short film "You Can Always Do Something" won an award in 2010 at the Sabaoth International Film Festival and "The Key" was part of the official selection at the Great Lakes Christian Film Festival. Her recent short script "Wombat," directed by Emily Grew and produced by Little Betty Films around the topic of early miscarriage, was selected part of the official selection for Sunderland Short Film Festival. 

As well as writing and directing, Jay has been writing songs and composing music for over 19 years and loves combining music with film. 

Kevin Moussa-Mann


Kevin has had many years of experience in business, having successfully founded two startups. He was named as one of Bloomberg Business Week 2010’s Top Young Entrepreneurs in Technology. He raised $1.2m as the Founder of Graphic.ly and won Microsoft BizSpark Best Business Award at Windows 7 BootCamp Reston, VA 2009.  He attended 2009 Techstars Mentoring Program in Boulder, CO. He was awarded One North East 2009 Young Entrepreneur of the Year and the DigitalCity Innovation fellowship and named as DigitalCity High Growth Company. He was among the youngest in the UK to receive Microsoft Visual Basic Fundamentals Professional Qualification in 1999.

Kevin has worked with Jay on a lot of client films as well as a web series and many short films. In his spare time he loves designing and coding his own apps, playing Overwatch and eating anything spicy!