The Team

Dione Orrom
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Dione Orrom is one of the most accomplished live event and concert film producers in the world. Producing films for Cinema, DVD/blu-ray, TV. Winning a Prime Time Emmy for a film with Cher and with two further Emmy nominations

Dione started her career at Pinewood Studios working on feature films. She then moved into making music films, producing many high profile music videos and then to specalise in live event filming – making films for the biggest music acts in the world such as Muse, U2, Cher, Tina Turner, Rolling Stones, Elton John, AC/DC and Take That. Plus producing big television specials such as Mandela’s 90th Birthday celebration and Hope for Haiti Telathon. Dione specalises in filming shows for live Cinema transmissions including films for Cirque Dul Soliel, 25th Anniversary of Les Miserable and Phantom of the Opera, and English National Opera. Along side this, in part through being a mother to two children, Dione has developed a passion for children’s television and lack of good interesting content. Through studying the internet and witnessing the use of intenet has lead to the creation of ‘Not Just TV Online Channel’ – seeking to create a platform for inspirational and engaging material The experience of years of working in film and television across different genres puts Dione at a unique position to develop and launch this new channel.

Christopher Woodhams

Christopher started his career by pioneering digital media services for schools supplying services in both filming as well as photography, distribution and commercialization of media along side incentivising the participation of students in said activities. Christopher also has vast experience in project managing the development of web and app interfaces for a wide range of clients and requirements.

In addition he has also assisted in the production of TV for web content in a range of niche interest and product related programming. Alongside extensive production work and hands on programme making.

Christopher brings key knowledge of translating broadcast concepts to web viewers and captivating audiences online.

Simon Spilsbury

Simon Spilsbury is a British Illustrator. His commissioners have described his line as spontaneous, energetic, quirky, inherently humorous, adaptable and elegant. One enthusiastic USA Art Director said “Spilsbury’s drawings always jump off the page and bite me on the ass.”

Over the past 20 years his work has appeared in many advertising campaigns, TV programmes/idents and column inches across the globe, including Nike, Virgin, Cobra Beer, C4, Vodafone, Paramount Comedy Channel, The London Election, Martell, Waterstones, Luerzers Archive, The Sunday Times, The Guardian, to name a few. He’s just appeared in Taschen 100 Illustrators edited by Steve Heller and Julius Wiedemann. His work has won numerous awards

Niki Jewett
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Niki Jewett has worked for some of the leading performance companies in the country, touring internationally with Station House Opera and Blast Theory. Niki devised, produced and performed solo works at some of London’s Leading arts venues including the ICA and the South Bank Centre. Niki worked with Island Trading and Oasis Cinemas to establish the new face of the Ritzy Cinema, in south London, working on live events with directors, including Terry Gilliam, Ken Loach, Chris Blackwell and Peter Greenaway. In recent years Niki has raised a family and works as a creative facilitator with artists, young people and within educational organisations to enable progressive, creative, practice and development. Alongside this Niki continues her own creative practice working collaboratively with Sculptor, Anna Gillespie and Photographer, Colin Hawkins.

Niki is passionate about creating new, truly interactive and engaging content made by young people, for young people. Niki’s strength of creative vision and years of experience will ensure that Not Just TV will inspire kids to get up, have a voice, get out there and have a go in a brand new context which is safe and at the fore front of progressive programming.