David Bromley – Producer & Director
David’s media career started on London’s famous South Bank with the ITV broadcaster, London Weekend Television (LWT), followed by a position with Television Sport & Leisure (TSL) a leading independent sports and documentary producer.
Forming Bromley Television International, specialising in international television sales for sports events such as the famous Oxford & Cambridge Boat Race, the FISA World Rowing Championships and the Grundig Mountain Bike World Cup, he formed his own production arm, Bromley Video to produce original cycling documentaries for home video and then DVD. Profiles on world famous Irish cyclists, Sean Kelly, and Stephen Roche and British legend Beryl Burton are among the range of titles made.
Jim Groom – Editor & Producer
An experienced film editor, Jim started his editing career in Soho’s famous Dean Street where he worked with numerous film distribution companies, before moving to establish an office at the UK’s leading film complex, Pinewood Studios.
Based there, he began to make his own films, specialising in low-budget British horror features. Room 36 and Billy The Kid are two of his films that had both a cinema and home video release. Jim’s current business, The Film Room, as well providing film and video editing services, also offers film scanning and grading services.
Ray Pascoe – Camera & Producer
Ray has had a long career in film, originally working for the BBC and then for both leading British film studios, Shepperton and Pinewood. A keen single camera cine-filmmaker himself, Something To Aim At, a documentary made by Ray in the 1990s exploring the life of the legendary British cyclist, Tom Simpson is recognised as a classic of its genre.
“A Rocker to the end”