Meet the Team
Alison is an award-winning creative producer/film maker, trained to translate ideas into visual narratives for clients and broadcasters.
Having years of experience as a creative, she has cultivated a “problem-solving approach” to whatever projects thrown her way.
The origin of the Alien & the Turtle
In 2015, Sarah-Tabea sat at a table crowded by storytellers. Someone had brought a game, which consisted of several dice with symbols on them.
‘How about we play a round?’
‘We roll the dice and everyone has ten minutes to write a short story that needs to contain all of the displayed symbols.’
‘That’s a bit boring. How about we do it in two minutes?’
‘Are you serious? Alright, you start then.’
THE ALIEN & THE TURTLE
The earth is round. Humans like round things. A round thing is a football and many people all around the earth like to play with it. This was round, too, but it wasn’t a football. Back at the spaceship the alien discovered that it had stolen a turtle.
The alien watched a fast plane cross the sky over the slow creature on the ground. It liked that shielded, wrinkled, it. What do turtles do? The alien looked at its equipment. Can turtles catch fire if you leave them alone? There was no one around and the sky fell darker around the little ship, parked in a high grass meadow full of flowers. The turtle crept through tulips. The sounds and colours of the city oscillated in the distance. Maybe, the alien thought, as the night air tickled its senses and the grass twinkled in the moonlight, turtles are good for friendship.