About Us

Sue Quinn

Sue is an award-winning location manager who recently won the "Panavision Project Manager award" for closing Trafalgar Square in Sci-fi blockbuster "Edge of Tomorrow". Sue has been a Supervising Location Manager for over twenty years and has headed up projects that include the "Harry Potter" film franchise, "Pirates of the Caribbean", "Love Actually", "Notting Hill", and the forthcoming Warner Brothers production, "Tarzan The Legend" and "Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them".

Sue's contacts within the film industry are unparalleled, whilst her extensive knowledge of unique locations throughout the UK will help with any event requirement. If you are looking for a secret location Sue is sure to find it.

Georgette Turner

Georgette has been working in the production and location department for ten years and has worked on productions such as "Made In Dagenham", "Pirates of the Caribbean", "Snow White and the Huntsman" and "The Young Victoria".

Georgette's knowledge of filming in and around London is unmatched, particularly her expertise around the legality of filming and events in London. This is key to any planning application which she will monitor every step of the way.

Georgette specialises in filming in London, especially road closures and filming in sensitive areas. Just recently, Georgette location-managed Trafalgar Square for upcoming feature film Wonder Woman and has been working closely with Westminster council to organise a new ground breaking closure for a Hollywood blockbuster due to start filming in Autumn.​

​Dan Whitty

Dan Trained as a professional photographer before transitioning into Location Management and production. Dan has exceptional budgeting and marketing skills. He has Managed many projects including for Working Title "Johnny English", "Bel Ami" and Warner Brothers "Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince".