WRITER / DIRECTOR
Tim founded Lyre Productions to make contemporary Scottish films. He wrote & produced The Inheritance – the award-winning Scottish road movie directed by Charles-Henri Belleville. Nominated Best UK Feature at Raindance, The Inheritance won the Raindance Award at the British Independent Film Awards and Tim was nominated Best Producer at BAFTA Scotland New Talent Awards. The film played at 13 festivals, toured cinemas and is released on DVD together with a 60 min making-of documentary. Tim wrote, produced & directed Lyre's second feature The Space Between – an Edinburgh love story that premiered at Edinburgh’s Filmhouse, screened at the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival and Shetland Film Festival, and toured the UK with 57 screenings. The Space Between is released on DVD.
Originally from Manchester, Robbie moved to Edinburgh to study photography and film, gaining a 1st class honours degree at Screen Academy Scotland. He shot promos, music videos, and created online content for BBC Proms, Edinburgh International Festival, and the NHS, as well as providing additional camera work on six feature films, most recently Zebra Girl and How The Light Gets In. His short films include Marram (which he co-directed), and Last Exit To Ricklesburgh, nominated for a Scottish BAFTA New Talent Award. Robbie remembers borrowing The Inheritance on DVD from his University library and reaching out to Tim Barrow. A few years later Tim approached Robbie with a script, and Riptide became his feature film debut as Director of Photography.
Callum was born in Aberdeen, but grew up amid the swamps of Louisiana. After a variety of jobs, from gardener to DJ and Dutch night club promoter, he found his passion in post-production and now works in Scottish TV. He has worked across a wide range of programmes for BBC, Channel 4, BBC Alba, and the Discovery Channel, projects including Celtic Connections and Suffragettes Forever! The Story of Women and Power and Rudolf Nureyev: Dance to Freedom. Callum has worked at production houses in Glasgow including Filtr, Matchlight and Lion TV. He also produces music, collects 80s musical oddwares, works freelance as an editor, and performs in various bands around Glasgow, including Artax.
After graduating with a First Class Honours Degree in Music & Sound Recording (Tonmeister) from the University of Surrey, Dan began his career in audio post-production at Videosonics in London. After assistant re-recording and audio editing films such as 10,000 B.C. and Alien vs. Predator he moved onto sound mixing – working on London To Brighton; As You Like It; The Tournament and Lyre’s debut feature The Inheritance. After joining Molinare in 2009 he has worked as a mixer and audio editor on a range of feature films, high-end episodic drama & feature documentaries from Journey’s End to London the Modern Babylon via London Spy, earning a Royal Television Award for Bodyguard, a Primetime Emmy nomination for The Bible and an Australian Academy nomination for Banished.