MARK HOLDEN has over two decades of experience producing, recording and mixing various creative projects in studios, on sets, and on live stages.
He has designed, recorded and mixed over 250 plays, live shows and national tours for L.A. Theatre Works, the BBC and dozens of production houses, arts organizations and podcast companies.
As a composer and producer, Mark understands that communication and comfort are essential to a creative space, which is why he created The Invisible Studios, West Hollywood. This commercial production and post-production environment is home base for the many projects overseen by Mark and his team. Using his adapting, consulting, directing, producing and project management experience, he helps both new and established dramas take flight in the audio drama renaissance.
He has composed for radio, film, and television such as scoring the award-winning feature film Out in the Dark. Additionally, he has written, produced and engineered for several genres of music and worked with some of the biggest names in commercial and creative voice talent.
Matthew Wolf – Voiceover Art
Matthew Wolf trained at the London Centre for Theatre Studies.
He has appeared in many well known TV shows and major films, as well as numerous stage productions. TV includes: Game of Thrones, Jeffrey Stuart on The Royals, Scandal, 24, Major Crimes, Hart of Dixie, Days of Our Lives, Eastenders, Grange Hill, Family Affairs, and others. Film includes: Skyscraper, Girl with the Dragon Tattoo, Pirates of the Caribbean 3, You Don’t Mess with the Zohan, Skid Marks, the French film La Premiere and Mars Needs Moms.
Notable stage includes: Harry in When Harry Met Sally, the title role in Macbeth (Old Sorting Office), The Caretaker, The Private Ear, Now There’s Just the Three of Us, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, and Pinter’s Celebration, Jack in The Importance of Being Earnest, Peter Shaffer’s White Lies, and as the young King George III in Charlotte Sophia.
Matthew’s voice work includes: critically acclaimed radio adaptations of P.G. Wodehouse’s Something Fresh and Summer Lightning, and Ian Fleming’s Goldfinger, 35 different characters in the radio sitcom Nebulous and all five Rivetti Brothers in Alan Ayckbourn’s A Small Family Business. He played Thor in two animated features for Marvel.
Jarvis & Ayres Productions
Martin Jarvis OBE. Rosalind Ayres BA.
Jarvis & Ayres Productions have made numerous critically acclaimed award-winning dramas for BBC Radio and for National Public Radio in America. They are regarded as one of the leading international producing companies for radio and audio.
J&A’s work encompasses outstanding interpretations of plays by major authors and playwrights including Arthur Miller, Bernard Shaw, Alan Ayckbourn, Harold Pinter, David Mamet, Michael Frayn, Hugh Whitemore, P.G. Wodehouse, Tennessee Williams, Terence Rattigan, Oscar Wilde, Ibsen, Chekhov, Shakespeare and many more.
J&A have produced and directed nine Ian Fleming ‘James Bond’ dramatizations beginning with Dr No and currently The Man With the Golden Gun.
For the BBC’s Arthur Miller centenary celebration they produced and directed A View From The Bridge, which achieved a Best Actor Award.
Their production of Air Force One – transmitted internationally to mark 50 years since the assassination of Kennedy – was chosen as part of the BBC Best of Year celebration. Absolutely unmissable – The Times
British and American stars who have appeared in J&A productions include –
UK: Judi Dench, Helen Mirren, Ian McKellen, Diana Rigg, Stephen Fry, Alfred Molina, Joanna Lumley, Rufus Sewell, Matt Lucas, Dan Stevens, Hugh Bonneville, Toby Stephens, Martin Freeman, Jared Harris, George Blagden, Ioan Gruffudd, Susannah Fielding, Mark Gatiss, Richard E. Grant, Barry Humphries, Phil Collins and David Attenborough.
US: Calista Flockhart, Melissa Benoist, Brendan Fraser, Stacy Keach, Kathleen Turner, Jane Kaczmarek, Teri Garr, Hector Elizondo, Ed O’Neill, Harry Hamlin, Mira Sorvino, Elaine Stritch, Glenne Headly and Gregory Peck.
HM The Queen invested Martin Jarvis with The Order of The British Empire (OBE) for his services to Drama.
He was the first recipient of the Radio Indies Group Producer of the Year Award.
Rosalind Ayres received the British Radio Academy Award for Drama and Readings Producer of the Year.
They are recipients of many Earphones Awards, Audies and Spoken Word awards.
Eric Lamptey – Lamprey Video
Eric Lamptey is a producer, videographer and director. He has worked on numerous high profile news programmes with stints at the BBC, ITN, Sky and Channel 4. With a particular expertise in sports content, he has produced programmes for Premier League football clubs, the FA, UEFA, the ITF, as well as being involved in the setting up Sports News Africa.
Eric is the director of Lamprey Video, producing video content for marketing, education and campaigns.
Alison Heyworth began her career in Paris, teaching English creative writing, film and language in the higher education system.
She went on to qualify as a barrister, spending eighteen years practising in serious crime, whilst also acting as legal and French language consultant for numerous television series, including The Innocence Project, Scott and Bailey, No Offence and Years and Years.
In a unique position to understand the relationship between creative content and authenticity, she is often asked to share her knowledge within the industry, including speaking at The Crime Writers’ Association annual conference.
Amber is an undergraduate, studying English literature.