satellite is a production company specialising in artists' moving image. Our work is socially engaged, with a focus on the intersection between technological and social change. Our portfolio includes short and feature length work, as well as moving image installation, documentary and music video.
satellite develops original work in-house, and works with artists, funders and other partners to deliver these projects. We also work with external organisations who wish to make or commission work that aligns with our aims. This may involve commissioning new work, working together collaboratively or bringing our moving image expertise to an external artist or organisation's project. If you'd like to have a chat about how we might work together, get in touch.
Edwin is an award-winning visual artist with ten years' experience delivering high quality moving image work. Alongside working at Satellite, Edwin maintains a solo artistic practice that crosses illustration, photography, print and installation.
Edwin holds a Philosophy degree from the London School of Economics and Political Science, and is a Fellow of DigitalCity, Teesside University's digital arts leadership programme. He curates moving image, and designs collaborative organisations in the arts sector.
Laura is a highly skilled short-form producer with an arts background. She has produced a slate of short films and music videos in the UK and abroad.
In her spare time Laura volunteers for community arts organisations including the Star and Shadow Cinema and Deptford Cinema, where her production and fundraising skills have made a significant contribution. She also exhibits drawings and photographs.
Laura holds a degree in Philosophy from Birkbeck University, London and a Masters in Philosophy from Durham University.
Mike is a talented producer specialising in animation, and with live action experience. His work has a playful social focus. Alongside producing at Satellite, Mike runs a successful animation company called Arcus Studios.
Adriana's career includes film production and exhibition. She has worked for BIFA and the London Film Festival, as well as taking on production roles in feature film including City of Tiny Lights (2016, Pete Travis, starring Riz Ahmed and Billie Piper).
Adriana holds an MA in Creative and Cultural Entrepreneurship from Goldsmiths University, London.
Channel 4 - British Film Institute - Creative England - Northern Film and Media - HOME Manchester - Royal Society for the Arts (RSA) - Kings Cultural Institute - Wellcome Trust - no.w.here - Durham International Festival - The Arts and Humanities Research Council - Arts Council England - Ben Uri Gallery - ATP Recordings - Young and Lost Club