Twickenham Film Studios’ Cara Sheppard has been named president of Streamland Media’s picture division, Picture Shop.
Sheppard will lead a worldwide team delivering colour, editorial, dailies, and mastering and restoration services.
Streamland owns what was formerly The Farm Group in the UK, which was recently rebranded into Streamland’s picture division, Picture Shop, and sound division, Formosa Group.
“Cara’s deep industry knowledge and strategic vision make her exactly the right leader for Picture Shop,” said Bill Romeo, CEO of Streamland Media. “Her long-term relationships with top talent and studios combined with her understanding of the challenges in today’s post production climate will be an invaluable resource, both to Picture Shop and Streamland Media overall. Cara’s creative direction and filmmaker-focused approach is aligned with the same boutique approach as our VFX, sound, and marketing divisions. I am excited to have her bold and passionate perspective help shape Picture Shop as we continue to expand and grow creatively.”
Sheppard most recently served as managing director for London’s Twickenham Film Studios. Prior to that, she led Warner Bros. De Lane Lea as managing director for nearly five years. Sheppard also spent six years in senior management at the Comcast-owned British broadcaster Sky. She got her start in the industry as a freelancer on-set in production and then as a post production supervisor. Sheppard is a full voting member of BAFTA, a consistent contributor to industry journals and panels, and serves on the facilities board of the UK Screen Alliance.
Picture Shop’s global locations include Los Angeles and New York in the US; Toronto and Vancouver in Canada; and London, Manchester, Bristol and Wales in the UK. Picture Shop also has dailies outposts in US production hubs, including Austin, Atlanta, New Orleans, and Albuquerque.
In addition to Picture Shop, Streamland Media includes visual effects division, Ghost VFX; sound division, Formosa Group; and marketing division, Picture Head.
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