Peter has been working in the Television and Film Post Production industry in Dublin since 1999. Prior to founding Cirrus Media in late 2016, Peter was the Facility Manager of Screen Scene Post Production for 8 years with responsibility for the day to day running of the facility and its entire long form output. Notable credits during that time include the multi Oscar® nominated ‘Room’, ‘Sing Street’, ‘A Date for Mad Mary’, ‘The Guard’, ‘Game of Thrones’, ‘Ripper Street’, ‘Rebellion’. He began his career as a VT Operator (The Yard Post Production) and then Online Editor operating Avid Symphony and Quantel iQ (The Farm, Dublin), before moving into post supervision and facility management. He holds a Diploma in Film Operations & Production and a BA(hons) in Media Production and Management. Peter was selected to participate on the ‘Startup-Scaleup’ programme run by the DCU Ryan Academy for Cirrus Media.
Richard is a qualified Electronic Engineer and worked for 7 years as a Senior IC Design Engineer with Silicon & Software Systems, based in Dublin and Prague, Czech Republic. He migrated to Film & Television production working as a systems data wrangler for Windmill Lane VFX before moving into camera data, colour and rushes management. In 2012 Richard designed the dailies system for use on the History Channel's ‘Vikings’ series, which was shooting in the newly built Ballyhenry film Studios in Ashford. The following year he designed and implemented the dailies systems for Showtime’s Emmy nominated ‘Penny Dreadful’ shooting in Ardmore Studios. Richard was the senior dailies system architect on other high profile International shows shooting in Ireland including ‘Dawn’ and ‘Into the Badlands’. He holds a BA (hons) in Film & Television Production (1st class honours) and a BE in Electronic Engineering (1st class honours). Richard is also Arri Certified in Advanced Color Science, having attended the Arri Academy in Munich in 2017.