Shoot the runner
Lucy Clements, Andrew Morris and Rob Silva met in a broom cupboard at the University of Leeds which then served at student TV station, LSTV.
Sharing a passion for films and filmmaking, they immediately hit it off.
Upon graduating, Lucy, Andrew and Rob moved to London to begin careers in the movie business. Together they founded Shoot The Runner Films in 2010.
Lucy became heavily involved in LSTV during her time studying Broadcasting at the University of Leeds. Here she created and fulfilled the position of Head of Programming to encourage fellow students to make their own films. Success was evident at the annual National Student Television Awards (NaSTA), where LSTV became the most awarded station three years running.
Upon graduation, Lucy secured a position with top commercial production company Rattling Stick, shooting with clients such as Carlsberg, Sony and Stella Artois, and working with multi-award winning directors and producers on extensive shoots with large budgets, all around the world.
Andrew MorrisWriter / Director
Andrew's passion for film making began at an early age. By eleven, he was recreating chases from his favourite Bond films and shoot outs from Spaghetti Westerns.
Andrew went on to make numerous films during his time studying Broadcasting at the University of Leeds. He won the RTS award for Best Undergraduate Drama in 2008, for the feature length comedy/drama 'Get A Life'. The same year, Andrew completed a stint on the Bond film, Quantum of Solace, working with the Art Department.
Andrew also works as a Graphic Designer and editor.
Rob SilvaWiter / Director
Growing up in a small town in South Africa, Rob didn't have much exposure to filmmaking. It was only after he moved to the UK as a teenager that he first got behind a camera, and he hasn't looked back since.
After graduating from the University of Leeds, he spent time working in Los Angeles, volunteering in production offices and on film sets to gain experience.
Since returning to the UK, Rob has worked on numerous film and TV productions, including 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince', 'Nanny McPhee and the Big Bang', 'Lewis', 'Rev' and 'Him & Her'. Rob has also been lucky to work in-house at Working Title Films and Big Talk Productions.