Producer Steven O'Meagher is the founder of Auckland production company Desert Road, whose work includes acclaimed TV police drama Harry and Emmy-nominated docudrama The Golden Hour. O'Meagher developed Bill O'Brien's Aramoana massacre account 22 Hours of Terror into acclaimed feature Out of the Blue. The film went on to box office success and multiple Qantas awards.
Being a big man with a “face like the map of Ireland” made him an unlikely starter, but in the mid-70s Glyn Tucker was one of New Zealand’s best known screen personalities. The larger-than-life character was a racing guru, and also a popular radio then TV presenter: his television roles ranged across sports commentator, punting pundit, crooner and light entertainment show host.
Psychology graduate Justin Pemberton's screen persona can be split into two. His documentary work includes two Qantas award-winners: motor-racing story Love, Speed and Loss and 2007's The Nuclear Comeback, plus acclaimed Kiwi Olympic saga The Golden Hour. He has also worked on many music projects, from the video for Bic Runga hit Drive to documentaries on the NZSO and Anika Moa.