Andrea Gelardin (Link to bio)

Faith Millin (Link to bio)

Jeremy Valender (Link to bio)

Hopi Allard


Andrea Gelardin was born in London to Italian and Spanish parents in 1983, and spent most of her childhood between New York and Spain. She finished her formal education in London and went on to study at the College of Arts and Sciences, Georgetown University in Washington DC. Andrea graduated with Honours in a dual History and Theatre degree, and received the award in excellence in theatre design from the University and Kennedy Center in 2004.

Her theatre work includes designing sets for Ibsen’s A Doll’s House and Lorca’s The House of Bernarda Alba amongst others. In 2005 Gelardin starting working in the UK press office at LVMH and traveled to Moscow in 2007 to spearhead an art project and exhibition for Louis Vuitton in conjunction with the Moscow Art Fair. She then went on to work with Nick Knight and SHOWstudio, initially to manage and curate the "Political Fashion" program. Andrea stayed on to produce a vast range of photo shoots, films and events including 'Insensate', Agent Provocateur Films, 'Wonderland', and Swarovski's Fashion DJs radio event. Gelardin worked as a full-time producer on a broad slate of film projects for Pundersons Gardens from 2009 until 2011. In August of 2011, she was hired as an agent and producer for Art + Commerce representing renowned photographers and filmmakers worldwide.


Faith Millin is a London-based filmmaker. She received a First Class Honours BA in Photography at London College of Communication (University Of The Arts) and has since directed live art events around London, and has had screenings of her work in venues such as The Roxy Cinema and The Curzon, Soho. Faith has also worked on a freelance basis for various film and television broadcast companies, including Celador, Endemol and ITV. She now works full time for the production company, Pundersons Gardens and is directing her first feature film, ‘Drowned City’.


Jeremy Valender is a London-based cinematographer currently running his own production company, Pundersons Gardens, alongside Marcus Werner Hed. After beginning his career as an offline editor in Soho he later became a lighting technician for a number of productions. Following the development of his own work, and the establishment of Pundersons Gardens, he began to specialize in the production of documentary features and producing a wide range of work for commercial clients such as Burberry, Nike, Vogue, SHOWstudio, Wolfgang Tillmans and many more. Since completion of his first feature-length fiction film, Swedish production ‘Sommarstället’ in 2011, Valender has continued shooting numerous productions for international clients at Pundersons Gardens.