Meet the 2 Guys behind G2 Films (now you know how we arrived at the name!)
With over 50 years of combined marcoms, cinematography and business experience between them, Martin Davey and Martin Wise started the company over 11 years ago with the aim of becoming the go-to film production agency for our clients. The Martin’s (as they’re affectionately known) are responsible for not only the running of the company but also the creative direction of our teams on both sides of the Atlantic.
Sean oversees the day to day. Having produced and financed features, there’s not a lot that he hasn’t seen, learnt from and dealt with. With endless contacts across all the regions, Sean knows the right person, in the right place to make the production work. His strategy and scale of thinking helps elevate the content for G2Films global client base.
When it comes to organizing people and logistics, Taylor has the magic touch to make it all seem so easy. Often dealing with multiple, countrywide productions, her vast experience of the production process enables her to think of the unthinkables and have a plan before we even need one.
Mike’s background in broadcast and documentary gives him a strong narrative eye allowing him to translate our client’s stories in an engaging and relatable way. His calm and collaborative presence on set is a real hit with our clients and his ability to pivot with the challenges of location filming have enabled him to produce some of our most dynamic content.
Sound Department/Post Production
Peter has been part of the G2 Films team for 5 years and looks after audio on our US productions. With many broadcast credits to his name, Peter has a great ability to put clients at ease in front of camera. When not on location he also assists with post production requirements from his studio on Staten Island.
Ex digital editor at brands like Jimmy Choo and Harrods, Tara brings her content strategy, scriptwriting and copy skills to the G2 Films table. She works closely with our clients to develop bespoke content to augment their campaigns, often shoot produces on the day and then advices on channel delivery.