About


Once upon a time there were no film editors, and film was not very interesting. Then Priest came along…


CAL KINGWILL

Producer

The fabulously tall queen of Priest, Cal is commonly referred to as the top post producer in South Africa. Having founded Priest Post Production in 2003, she now drives 18-wheelers in her spare time.

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MICHELLE BARROW

PRODUCER

Michelle’s understanding of all things post-related is a fine thing to behold. Not only does she control the day-to-day running of jobs, but keeps the machine well oiled and ensures the smoothness of the operators.

MATTHEW SWANEPOEL

EDITOR

Matthew has a knack for narrative and a discern for detail, and enjoys expressing emotive emphasis eloquently with each piece of work. With craft awards, under his belt, his exceptional editing expertise accompanies his astute ability to alliterate.

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JESS CASH

Producer & Marketing Manager

Jess Cash heads up the production department and makes sure everyone knows about Priest. Whether it is taking obscure pictures for Instagram, or interesting articles for Facebook, she keeps Priest social.

NATHAN ANDERSON

3D / AFX ARTIST

Nathan is a self-taught visual effects artist and has South African colours for gaming. He spends hours watching  behind-the-scenes VFX breakdowns and hopes to work for a big Hollywood animation studio in the not too distant future.

AMELIA COHEN

EDITOR AND MOTION GRAPHICS ARTIST

Amelia works her magic to combine live action with motion graphics. She also draws incredibly detailed portraits during her lunch break.

ALISON SHAW

ASSISTANT CURATOR

Alison curated her first exhibition for the 2013 National Arts Festival fringe.  A Catholic upbringing and Christian dramatics compelled her to keep from being idol by being idolatrous, and she grew up to praise and parody art as both an indulgence and sanctuary for the working class.

WAYNE MATTHEWS

Gallery Director

Wayne started his artistic edification in exchange for removing his clothes as an artist’s model.  Even before graduating cum-laude his consistent hope has been to shrewdly disseminate perilous ideas regarding the arts and widely promulgate mixed-media and cross-disciplinatry artistic thinking and practice.