Helen Chapman has been a film and TV editor in the UK and Ireland for the last 13 years. Her credits include 'Murphy's Law', 'Summerhill', 'Prisoners' Wives', 'Silent Witness' for the BBC; 'Single-Handed', 'The Clinic', 'Bittersweet' for RTÉ, and 'Secret Diary of a Call Girl' and 'Foyle's War' for ITV.
Dermot has been working in film editing since 1989. He has cut many features and TV dramas including 'Man About Dog', 'Shrooms', 'Stella Days', and the award-winning TV drama 'Love/Hate'. Dermot has twice won the Best Editing IFTA Award; in 2003 for 'Dead Bodies' and 2008 for 'Kings'.
Mick Mahon was nominated for an IFTA Award for 'The Writing in the Sky' (2011). He has also edited the IFTA-winning documentaries 'Blood of the Travellers' (2011), 'Cromwell in Ireland' (2009), 'Flann O'Brien: The Lives of Brian' (2007) and 'Michael: The Sound of Sunday' (2007).
Nathan Nugent has worked on several IFTA-nominated and award-winning features, including 'Sensation' and 'As If I Am Not There', as well as many other documentary credits amassed over 15 years of editing experience. Nathan would describe working on 'What Richard Did' as an "incredibly rewarding experience".