The Production Guild of Great Britain (PGGB) has announced the members of its Wales Committee, the fourth of six National and Regional Committees being established by the leading UK membership body for production professionals, in response to the continuing boom in film and High-end TV production across the UK. 

The PGGB Wales Committee is sponsored by Facilities by ADF and Entertainment Partners and supported by Wolf Studios Wales / Screen Alliance Wales. It will be chaired by Cardiff-based Line Producer Edward Rastelli-Lewis, who is currently Line Producing Sexy Beast for Paramount+ and whose other recent credits include BBC drama Life After Life. As Production Manager Edward has worked on major dramas including The North Water (BBC Two), His Dark Materials (BBC One/HBO Max) and 2021 feature Morbius. Vice Chairs are Allison Dowzell (Managing Director, Screen Alliance Wales) and Line Producer Kathy Nettleship (Willow, A Discovery of Witches). Committee members are: Sarah Gooding (Chief Product Officer, Centtrip); and Production Accountant Mark Strainge (Sanditon, Industry).

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Edward Rastelli-Lewis

Production Manager - Chair

Edward is an experienced Line Producer/UPM with a diverse background in both High End TV Drama & Feature Films. With an excellent history of managing…

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Alison Dowzell

Managing Director - Vice-Chair

Allison began her working life with the BBC’s London based Outside Broadcast Department in London focusing primarily on sports programmes, drama and light…

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Kathy Nettleship

Producer - Vice-Chair

Kathy Nettleship is a freelance Line Producer and has also worked as a Head of Production.   She started her career as a Production Secretary…

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Sarah Gooding

Committee Member

From the Gower Peninsula, South Wales, Sarah is Chief Product Officer at Centtrip, which specialises in financial services for the Film & TV sector.…

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Mark Strainge

Production Accountant - Committee Member

Mark has worked in TV for near to 20 years, first starting in-house for the BBC in London on Factual & Events programmes as an accounts assistant.…

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