Norman Elder started out as a film editor. In the 70's he turned to cinematography and, with John Blick, established the equipment rental company Filmobile. A commercials producer in the 80's and 90's he moved into TV production in 1998. He has produced nine series of Mitre 10 Dream Home and series of 100 Hours and Cash Battle. He produced his first short film, Threshold, in 1971 and a further nine shorts have followed.
Les Andrews, QSM, began singing with the Kiwi Concert Party during World War II. After the war he studied at London’s Royal College of Music, and sang on BBC television. Back home he was one of the first faces on air when local television began transmitting, and later spent four years hosting quiz show Personality Squares. With his wife Sonia, he was a busy patron of the arts. Andrews died on 28 February 2014.
Peter Sharp is one of New Zealand's most prolific directors of screen drama. Though his directing work covers the gamut from police shows and soap satires to live performance, Sharp is best known for his work helming kidult dramas - including Maurice Gee period tales The Fire-Raiser and The Champion. He also directed award-winning mini-series Erebus: the Aftermath.