Peter Bromley originates from London. Leaves school at 15 to work as photography and darkroom assistant, turns photographer 5 years later. Living and working in Paris, Milan, Casablanca, Marseille, New York and Rome in the 80's & 90's, mostly shooting fashion. In 2000 he moves towards using video and sound.
In 2001 sets up 1968 Film Group, to bring together photography and film projects. 2006 Peter Bromley starts researching the Somme Project; late 2006 Bromley asks Adrian Jackson and Stephen Oldfield to join him.
Adrian Jackson lives in London and has been walking the battlefields of First World War for more then 15 years. Recent interests have included an ongoing digital photographic survey of First World War Commonwealth War Graves situated in the cemeteries of the London area; as well as researching the immediate experiences of those men returning to the shifting identities being formed in the political, national and ideological spaces of the very immediate post war years.
Stephen Oldfield Sound Recordist and founder member of industrial band Ampersand. Oldfield has over 20 years experience working with Sound; he has worked with Peter Bromley on past film projects. Stephen is working on audio recordings within the Somme area for this project.
Ruben Woodin Dechamps
Ruben Woodin Dechamps Cinematographer for the Somme Project film 'On the Somme' is a filmmaker in his own right. Ruben has been involved in many productions across Europe and is now in the process of making his own documentary film concerning the experiences of German women during and after World War Two.