Niamh started at Alleycats as a Researcher in 2012 before becoming a Producer in 2013. To date she has multiple network credits to her name such BBC4 Killing Me Softly: The Roberta Flack Story, More Four: Pop, Pride and Prejudice, and BBC3's Celtic Media Festival winner Keeping 'er Country. She Produces the bulk of our Irish based work including RTE's Stetsons and Stilettos and our award winning doc feature How To Defuse A Bomb. Niamh has recently taken a step into Directing and can sometimes be found attempting to 'Produce' belly laughs above a pub with her comedy sketch troupe.
HEAD OF PRODUCTION
Judy oversees the management of all Alleycats productions. With over 10 years advertising experience, and having worked on everything from feature films, to US entertainment series like The Batchelorette Judy came to Alleycats almost 5 years ago with a wealth of production knowledge. Having PM'd our epic ad funded campaign Helluva Tour, which took 4 strangers and crew half way around the world, and our Doc Feature How to Defuse a Bomb she now is highly skilled in international production and is known as the Carnet Queen of Alleycats.
REUBEN MC NUTT
Starting with the Alleycats 5 years ago, Reuben is now one of our key editors. His credits include BBC1's RTS nominated World's Oldest Family (co- edit) Keepin' Er Country/ Stetsons and Stilettos (BBC1 NI/ RTE), Bullet Men (BBC1 NI) and BBC One ShowWhen not in an edit he can be found in the dark corners of his garage trying to create the perfect beer. unsuccessfully thus far.
GRAPHICS AND DIGITAL
Ciaran heads up Alleycats online presence. He has also worked across many of Alleycats productions from Keepin' Er Country, Pop Pride and Prejudice, World's Oldest Family, Bullet Men as a Data Wrangler and Runner. When he is not snowed under with graphics work or running around on location he can be found on the fairways of his local golf course.
Will takes care of the business affairs, day to day finances, and anything else in between in the London development office. An Alleycat since 2011 and recent graduate of the NFTS in Production Accounting, he has worked on all of Alleycats’ output to date, and in between tax credits and trips to Kyrgyzstan, is slowly learning French in his spare time.
RYAN MC CANN
Ryan will be continuing his development in television at Alleycats TV after securing a place on Northern Ireland Screen's Aim High production training scheme back in August. Prior to Aim High, he previously worked as a sports reporter for The Irish News and also as a media liaison officer for the Australian Federal Government during a stint in Melbourne.