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The Soho Media Club inspires collaboration in the media production, post-production and distribution community.  Our club nights bring together passionate people with stories to share.




Chloe Blackwell

Renowned post production supervisor with over a decade of experience gained, both in-house and Central London facilities working for major UK television providers across multiple genres.

Most recently credited with creating the unique 4K HDR workflow for Amazon Prime show The Grand Tour.

Muki Kulhan

Muki is an award-winning Executive Digital Producer with over two decades creating groundbreaking content for music, broadcasting, entertainment and tech innovation. After 10 years growing MTV’s digital and interactive platforms in the ‘00s, she now runs her own digital production company 

Jessica Swale

Olivier award winning playwright, screenwriter and director, Jessica Swale will be joining us at Soho Media Club on 31 July 2019. 

Jessica most recently wrote Horrible Histories: The Movie - Rotten Roman's which is set to release on 26 July.  


Jessica also recently made her directorial feature debut with Summerland starring Gemma Arteron and Gugu Mbatha-Raw, which releases later this year.

Jet Omoshebi

Award Winning Colorist - Jet Omoshebi, currently Senior Colorist at Goldcrest. Jet has created some of the most unique and visually arresting picture content of recent years, including The little drummer girl, Fortitude, Rellik, The Night Manager, Howard’s End and The Terror. Jet joined Goldcrest 

 David Pope, CEO of Musicscreen. David has over 30 years experience in the cinema industry and is currently leading MusicScreen Ltd - a dynamic new content provider to the cinema industry. 

Recent projects include KISS Rocks Vegas and the iconic Rolling Stones concert in Cuba, Havana Moon.

Nick Roberts

From an early age Nick has enjoyed creating in the medium of sound. Making goofy radio 'plays' with friends on the family cassette recorder and dj'ing for local hospital radio were both formative and informative experiences, as were 6th form work experience placements at nearby BBC Bristol.

With over 17 years of working on broadcast innovation, early BBC iPlayer, product management, digital rights and the micro:bit for the BBC, Andy joined Dropbox from leading growth and technology delivery at the Digital Production Partnership, where he developed a new international format for exchanging video content and commercials. Andy now leads Media for Dropbox.

Zeb is a London based Film and TV editor with almost 2 decades in the industry. She has cut a wide range of genres including obs docs, drama, factual, entertainment, childrens and documentaries and enjoys the variety of work this has allowed. Zeb sits on the board of directors for Women In Film & TV (UK) and is a member of the Guild of British Film & TV Editors (GBFTE).
She spent 2 years living in Paris, France where she started the Paris branch of international online music show, BalconyTV.  Back in London, her enthusiasm for all things film, tv and music led her to co-found MUSEfest, an international showcase and network of female film and music makers, with screening and music events held in London and Paris.

Continuing the France and music connection, Zeb edited French Hip Hop and Politics feature documentary, "Born in New York, Raised in Paris". 

Josh Wilson is an executive producer, entrepreneur and philanthropist with a track record in business and television. Josh made the Forbes 30 under 30 list for Europe in Entertainment last year and was part of the judging panel for this years entertainment list

Formally a journalist at MBI (The Knowledge & KFTV) he founded Wilson Worldwide which now produces factual, scripted, entertainment, reality, audio and current affairs series for UK and international broadcasters. Most recently, Josh has been an Executive Producer on two factual series, both for Sky:- “Mission: Mudder” and “Chasing the Dream”. Josh has also worked with established talent such as Dame Helen Mirren and Tom Hiddleston. .

Tania Freimuth is an award winning Cinematographer accredited for Feature, Short Film narrative fiction and Documentaries that have been filmed in Europe, India and USA. Earlier this year she was honoured to be one of the first people and the only woman to shoot a film with the newly released Canon Sumire Prime Lenses. In addition to being commended for her skill on commercial and corporate productions, in 2018 she was nominated for the Cinematography award at Underwire Film Festival for Pitfall and won Best Cinematography for her craft in lighting and the visual narrative on the multi award winning film ‘Kid Gloves’. As a member of the GBCT she has professionally graduated up the scale of the camera department working on high end drama for Television.

Alongside her film making Tania is an avid photographer, a tool she finds helpful for honing her eye, and her work has been published by The Guardian. She is also regularly engaged to speak on her process as a Cinematographer at various professional events in association with Procam and Canon UK. In the autumn Tania will be a guest lecturer in Cinematography for a semester at Hertfordshire University. She is also graduate of the WFTV mentorship program in 2018 and is an active member of BAFTA Crew.

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