The Greenlit Team
Peter is the Founder and CEO of Greenlit and takes special responsibility for overseeing film activities. A graduate of Queen Mary University, London and of the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Peter began working in film lighting, across all kinds of productions from the smallest student shoot to Hollywood blockbusters.
A change of direction led Peter to study finance at London City University’s (Cass) Business School, and he went on to work in film finance, technology startups and in property development. He then went on to launch Greenlit in 2019.
“I set up Greenlit as a response to seeing too many talented people shut out of the creative industries. It’s rarely a lack of talent, and almost always a lack of capital, social capital and confidence – and those are things we can help with. It’s also a complete buzz working with creative, energetic people – some of the best times in my life have been down to the camaraderie you get being part of a team, in a play, on a film set, in a band. For me, Greenlit’s just like that.
Originally hailing from Baltimore, Maryland, Grace is a theatre director and producer (and occasional writer, actor and singer) based in London. As Head of Community at Greenlit, Grace draws upon her experience as a creative and a former teacher, working to guide creatives through their crowdfunding journey.
She’ll be the first person you meet when you embark upon your Greenlit journey, helping you plan your strategy and refine your page before launch, and be your key contact during the campaign process. She also hosts various events for the Greenlit Community, including live videos, various workshops, virtual party games, and our new weekly event, Funding Fridays. Grace wants to make sure you always feel supported and connected to other creatives during your time at Greenlit; crowdfunding should never be a lonely task!
Grace also serves as the Head of Theatre at Greenlit, something near and dear to her heart. After completing her second master’s degree, studying theatre directing under Katie Mitchell OBE, at RHUL, she co-founded The Queens of Cups, a production company focused on making women-led comedy and championing underrepresented and emerging voices. Grace additionally holds an MA and a BA in English, and a BFA in Musical Theatre, her greatest passion.
She is currently producing and directing a new writing night, New Moon Monologues (a project she funded on Greenlit), which is shifting from the digital sphere to live performances at The Space Theatre in May 2021. She is very excited for theatre to be coming back and is planning to bring her artistic partner’s one-woman play, Bad Teacher, to Edinburgh Fringe at Underbelly Bristo Square when the festival returns.