Jackie Lebo is a director, writer, photographer and Team Lead at Content House. In 2012 she wrote and produced the documentary "Gun to Tape", a film following 800m World Record Holder David Rudisha and Marathon World Champion Edna Kiplagat in the run-up to the London Olympics. The film was nominated for Best Documentary at the Africa Movie Academy Awards. Jackie is currently directing “The Last Fight”, a documentary on the once great Kenyan national boxing team and working on “Turkana: Race for Resources,” a documentary on the oil and water discoveries in Northern Kenya.
Roy Gachuhi has worked as a journalist for over 30 years and is the Senior Writer at Content House. He has held senior positions in two of Kenya’s major media houses, Nation Media Group where he was Sports Editor and The Standard Group where he was Associate Editor. He has won several journalism awards for his reporting and feature writing. Roy is the founder of the East Africa School of Journalism where he served as Director until December 2010.
Jim Bishop has been working in Film and TV for the last 20 years. He started out as a camera assistant on documentaries for BBC and Discovery Channel then moved on to working as a focus puller for clients such as Guiness, Seagrams and Mercedes. Jim was the focus puller on the international hit film Bend it Like Beckham. Jim has been a DoP for the last nine years working on commercials for Land Rover, Canon and Glenfiddich. Jim moved to Kenya in 2008 to shoot and train local crew in directing, camera and lighting for Makutano Junction, one of Kenya’s leading dramas. Jim has directed and shot numerous commercials throughout Africa and three feature films – Shattered, The Meeting and Guerilla Boy. He has also co-directed a documentary titled, Kinja, on David Kinja, the Kenyan cyclist and mentor of Chris Froome, 2013 Tour de France winner.