Surreal, subtle, sublime and Swedish. Calle Åstrand comes from the homeland of TV commercial comedy. His background in long brews has been filtered and fermented and is now the 'Absolut' article.
With a name like an anagram of ‘anagram’ this man knows how to shoot from the hipflask. Quick witted and as sharp as a whip he’ll have you slugging his style of Bourbon like you’d been gifted the keys of the distillery. John is so mysterious we had to have a film made just to explain this enigmatic, almost mythical shooting machine of a man.
The British comedy scene has been getting drunk on Tim’s hooch these past couple of years. With 'Stewart Lee’s Comedy Vehicle' being given a BAFTA on top of many British Comedy awards for previous brews including the now classic 'Look Around You'. Not forgetting piloting the hugely successful 'Fleabag'. Oh and helming a few episodes of of the EMMY winning ‘VEEP’.
The legend that is higher-brow. Sharp shooting and sharp witted he’s the ‘go to’ bounty hunter of this generation. Short form or long form this boy has form. He makes it look easy, some say too easy.
A unique blend of visual velvet, oozing style from every pore. A required taste for fashion aficionado’s and surprisingly undiscovered on these shores. He learnt his craft as a photographer and is regarded as one of Europe’s masters of the lens. Sumptuous pictures flow from the screen. The man has high standards and never gives away his secret recipe. A legend in the making.
Give him a grain of a script and this songbird will turn it in to a full field of the finest barley. He has enough recipes to have you sobbing with emotion or punching the air with elation. Some say he just gets ‘em drunk, others say he’s totally talented.
From the city that made absinthe the drink of the artiste – Paris. Absinthe has often been portrayed as a dangerously addictive psychoactive drug. Jeremy is absinthe personified, engaging, stylish and unnaturally friendly, prohibitionists beware.
He’s brainy. He’s pleasant. He has a bag of ingredients from directing to editing and has the deft touch and the guile to turn your milk stout in to a Krug.
Jon’s isn’t one for sitting on a place where the moon doesn’t shine. Creating stunning films with style and flare that few can replicate. His pedigree is high, having worked as Creative Director at Discovery and Channel Four he honed his craft. Picking up D&AD and Promax awards along the way Jon has proved to be no thin skin. Jon’s hooch can be enjoyed around a campfire in far off remote territories or equally sipped in a hidden corner of fashionable speakeasies around town.