A graduate of the Kent Institute of Art & Design (KIAD), Graeme started his first production company at the age of 18 where he produced and directed his first documentary in the arctic circle by 21 and had his first music video broadcast on ITV the same year. Alongside the music and television work, Graeme set up a design and technology company with clients such as BMW Mini, Warner Brothers, Universal, American Pie, Austin Powers, Girls Aloud and Microsoft which then segued into working as a think tank for Steve Jobs at Apple in the late 90’s. Moving back to his passion for music, Graeme took on Sam Smith as a new young artist, developing his image and sound. Working alongside writers and producers behind the likes of Queen, Jessie J and JLS. Graeme signed Sam Smith’s ‘Ecstasy’ as the title track to Irvine Welsh’s Ecstasy Movie, then co-wrote and recorded the track Little Sailor which won Sam a recording contract. After Sam, Graeme teamed up with Kathy A LoPrimo, setting up Dover Street Entertainment to develop TV and film projects. Working together the pair have successfully produced The Last Hope film with a team of Academy Award and Emmy winners.
Born and raised in New York, London based Kathy A LoPrimo started her career supplying the worlds leading Fashion designers with the most luxurious Italian produced fabrics. Her client list read like the Who’s Who of the Couturier world. After which she moved to a Fashion marketing company that worked with many of the same top designers on their licensing agreements. Kathy’s focus then changed when she moved into the luxury jewellery sector concentrating on ‘special projects’ working on one off briefs to deliver bespoke luxury items, often for high profile events and clients. This work would serve her well in the future as a producer, both pulling off one of a kind projects and developing high profile connections across the world. After being based in the UK for nearly a decade, Kathy moved focus to her passion of writing which led to her to team with a former Columbia Tristar executive to develop a concept for a television series. Whilst writing her first television drama, Kathy set up Dover Street Entertainment with Graeme A Scott and has been instrumental in bringing together internationally recognised talent to Dover Street, enabling the company to assemble Emmy and Academy Award winning directors and cinematographers for several projects.
Rex is an experienced entertainment industry professional and producer who is currently involved in the production of various film and television projects including a TV series based on the best seller Confessions of an Economic Hitman (the movie adaptation of the Italian classic by Cesare Pavese), The Moon and the Bonfires, a biopic of blues legend Robert Johnson titled Love in Vain, the movie adaption of the Hunter S. Thompson novel The Curse of Lono, and several short films.He was previously part of the production team that made the movie The Sessions, starring Helen Hunt and William H. Macy, for which Ms. Hunt was nominated for an Oscar, and which won the audience award at the Sundance Film Festival. Rex has a background as an entertainment lawyer, where he has represented prominent entertainers and production companies in the industry in both their transactional and litigation needs. His expertise ranges from intellectual property, to talent deals and film finance.
Having had an interest in music and film production, Hebe chose to study Sound Technology and Digital Music at Oxford Brookes University. She then began working for various media companies around London before joining Dover Street Entertainment in September 2015 as a production assistant. During her time at Dover Street, Hebe has worked on all their major projects including The Last Hope feature length documentary, gaining experience working alongside Academy Award winning editor Emily Williams, as well as working on Warriors Code, Dover Street Entertainments up and coming Television series.
Jade began her career interning for a top London agency and with a keen eye and attention to detail she quickly worked her way up to Production Manager producing for such clients as Valentino, Bulgaria and Net-A-Porter, as well as editorials for British & US Vogue, Teen Vogue and Harper’s Bazaar. As a result of working on so many of these projects Jade has developed strong relationships with many of the top photographers and directors in the luxury brand industry. Having Scottish and Lebanese parentage, Jade was born and raised in London, educated between London, California and Paris, has lived in Hong Kong and travelled the world extensively…this brings a uniquely international perspective to Jade’s work.