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©2018 Evenlode Films

Video Production Services

Cheltenham | Bristol | Oxford | London | UK

Email Evenlode Films or  Call Evenlode Films

Studio:  01242 317804

Mob: 07885 200424 or 07867 988891

 Tim Mountain 


Tim Mountain worked for 12 years at the world famous Maida Vale Studios and Broadcasting house in London.  He worked with DJs, Musicians, Producers and Presenters in live production and building and managing the Maida Vale studios.  Alongside his engineering and production roles with the BBC, Tim, a professional musician, composed and produced his own music for BBC TV and Radio.  Tim continues to compose music and has written and produced four ballet scores for west-end choreographers. 



Launching Evenlode Productions and Evenlode Films


After 12 successful years, Tim left the BBC, to launch EVENLODE PRODUCTIONS, an Audio Visual Company, specialising in high end productions, studio build, music production, sound recording, festivals, live events, large scale outdoor installations and film. It was the success of Evenlode Productions that encouraged Tim, together with his wife Catherine to develop a company dedicated to making film, video and digital animation. In 2012 EVENLODE FILMS was launched.  

Catherine Mountain 

After studying Dance, Drama, Film and Theatre in a small Yorkshire town, Catherine co-launched Artbreak Theatre Company (ATC), who in the 1980's wrote and produced musical comedy, including 'Don't stop till you drop'. Alongside ATC, Catherine worked as make up artist for local productions and pantomime. Following Catherine's migration to the Cotswolds in the late 80s, a career break and a BSc in Psychology,  Catherine's career moved into the corporate sector, managing Risk and Assurance. Her unique combination of skills are an asset to Evenlode Films




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