Suzanne McAuley has worked in the film and TV industry for over 25 years and executive produced/produced over seventy hours of TV drama including ITV’s Maigret, the highly acclaimed and multi award-winning Love/Hate, RAW, Clean Break and the feature, A Shine of Rainbows.
Suzanne has won three IFTA's for Best TV Drama for Love/Hate and was a board member of Screen Producer’s Ireland from 2009–2013.
Stuart Carolan is a multi-award-winning writer/producer, most well-known for his creation of Love/Hate, of which he wrote all 28 episodes of the series. He was writer in residence at Dublin’s Abbey Theatre and won the prestigious George Devine award for best play in UK/Ireland with his play Defender of the Faith. Stuart won five consecutive IFTAs as best writer for Love/Hate. He previously worked in journalism as a radio and TV producer. Stuart has written and developed television drama projects with Showtime, MGM and StudioCanal.
David Caffrey began in the feature film arena with Divorcing Jack then onto the 18th century miniseries Aristocrats. On the Nose and Grand Theft Parsons followed.
His work for television includes Line of Duty, Love/Hate and Lucky Man. More recently he completed the full first season of Prime Suspect 1973 and directed the latest series of Peaky Blinders which won the BAFTA Award for Best Drama Series in 2018.
Daniel Robinson earned an Honours B.A. in Animation from the National Film School before going on to a Masters Degree in Film Theory & History from Trinity College, Dublin. His first foray in the television industry came working in the Art Department for Seasons 2 and 3 of Showtime’s Penny Dreadful.
Following this, Daniel worked as Script Coordinator on Season 2 of AMC’s Into the Badlands.