Head of Cluster Development
Central Unit Operations
Cluster Development Marketing Executive
Stacey joined the DCB team through the business catalyst programme whilst studying BA Business Management at Teesside University. Stacey focuses on marketing activities within the Cluster Development team.
Alison joined DigitalCity in early 2008 as an administrator and has progressed to the role of Accounts Controller after successfully gaining level 1 and 2 in book keeping, and is continuing with her studies.
Business Development Analyst
Robert is a Marketing & Research specialist. Since completing a BA (Hons) in Business Studies and MSc in Marketing Management, Robert has worked with several tech companies gaining invaluable experience in Research, Analysis and Marketing across several technology sectors. Robert works closely with Business Development specialists, Corporate Finance specialists and consultants to ensure information needs are met through in depth research and analysis.
Cluster Development Operations
Natalie Reed joined the DigitalCity Business team in March 2013. Her work now focuses on Cluster Development operations and administration, working closely with DCB’s Head of Cluster Development Daniel Watson.
Head of Boho One Technical Support
Cluster Development Satellite Animateur
Rachel is very much part of the Teesside business community through both her self-employment and various voluntary roles. Launching two businesses whilst still at university she operates an award winning business consultancy and is also an International Artist. Currently studying for a Master in Fine Art at Edinburgh University, Rachel is a natural connector and evangelist for DCB services, focusing on the Stockton area.
Interim Sales Director
Digital Media and Production
Strategic Financial Management
Feature Film Production
Steve has been
working in the film and television industry since 1993 after graduating with
honours from the North East Media Training Centre. During his seven years as Joint Managing
Director of Ipso Facto Films he produced award winning short films and
television and developed and produced the feature film School For Seduction
[dir. Sue Heel] that was released in the UK by Lionsgate in December 2004 and
15 international territories during 2005 culminating in a US release in October
In 2006, Steve launched Vita Nova Films. He recently completed Guy Frankland’s directorial debut, Somebody Else’s War for the UK Film Council and is currently in post production with Prima Primaverai. Steve’s mentoring covers all aspects of film production including development, production, financing, marketing and distribution.
Special FX, Digital Production
Business Management and Start-up
Technology Solutions and Digital Production
Digital Project Management
TV Animation, Character Content and Production
Legal and Intellectual Property
Finance and Accounts
Live-action and model-animated children’s and family programming
Online Marketing & Communications
Business Management & Development
International Business Development