With a background in events and photography, Hannahís objective is to build key relationships in the creative and events industries and bring exciting and fresh venues and locations to our ever growing collection. Since joining Unitbase.co.uk, Hannah has taken ownership of our exclusive events venues and will also be heading up the new events management service offered by Unitbase.co.uk, not only offering unique and fresh venues but building relationships with preferred suppliers and seeing events through from the drawing board to completion with a friendly and creative approach. If you need an event space or a fantastic photography location, please donít hesitate to contact Hannah@unitbase.co.uk.
As Library Manager at Unitbase, Sally controls the flow of invoices, contracts and acquisitions. Bringing with her a degree from the prestigious Victorian College of the Arts Film School in Melbourne, Australia and professional experience as a freelancer both in the UK and abroad, Sally is practically minded and pragmatic in approach. Whether you have a query about registering your property or need to follow up paperwork, please always feel free to get in touch!
Barry brings with him years of experience working as Head of Production at multiple production companies and as a freelance Line Producer. He is always on the lookout for underutilised spaces that he knows are highly sought after for filming and event activities. He will work with properties to ensure that their transition into this new revenue stream is an effortless one.
Piers founded Unitbase in 2003, when after recognising a gap in the market, he set about building an agency service to represent car park owners that would help to regulate film unit parking London and make the process easier.
Using this unique selling point as a building block, the company has grown from strength to strength since trading began in June 2004, by representing locations of the highest calibre to the creative industries. These include property portfolios belonging to several commercial developers as well as blue chip clients like Westfield London and Westfield Stratford, British Waterways and National Car Parks (NCP).
Formerly a Location and Unit Manager, Piers began his freelance career in 1995 and until 2010 also worked as a Line Producer. His freelance credits include the Bafta award winning 'Peep Show' and 'The Inbetweeners'. In this capacity he has been directly responsible for budgets in excess of £25m (net).
Piers is now CEO of Unitbase having undertaken the position of Managing Director of Wimbledon Film & TV Studios after succesfully leading a consortium to complete the purchase of the former Merton Studios from Fremantle Media for £4.75m in the autumn of 2010.