David Street is the founder and creative driving force behind Journey Pictures Ltd.

 

He regards himself as the luckiest man alive, he is still doing the job he loves.: - telling stories.

 

He is a 40 year veteran of the TV and Film industry. He started in the business at Granada TV in Manchester. Coronation Street, Disappearing World, Kick Off, World in Action, Granada Reports and the early days of the '7 up' series all played a part in his life.

 

He helped Brian Cosgrove and Mark Hall set up their original studios, putting his editing company into their Albany House premises. There he worked on the very first episode of Danger Mouse as we ll as Jamie and Magic Torch and Chorlton and the Wheelies.

 

He made the move from editor to director while working in TV commercials making ads for some of the worlds biggest brands, and winning a few awards along the way.

 

After a spell as a farmer in the Lake District he returned to the BBC where he won a Sony. He moved in to Top Gear for a couple of years before going undercover on a variety of projects. He surfaced in Glasgow where he has been for the last five years first for the BBC then laterly making programmes for ITV and STV.

 

Three years ago he set up Journey Pictures Ltd, which has been quietly working away developing and filming stories. They are mostly Scottish stories with a global appeal.

Charlie Milarvie is our Director of Marketing & Communications, a man whose mission is to drive Journey Pictures forward.

 

Nearly 15 years ago he founded the leading sports marketing agency MME. Journey Pictures will now benefit from the talent, skills, energy and expertise he has used to deliver some truly innovative sponsorship and marketing programmes, programmes which deliver on every level and have created a legacy of success.

 

His career in marketing, event management, and sponsorship spans 30 years. In that time he has directed and managed sponsorship programmes for some of the worlds biggest brands, including The Coca Cola Company, UEFA, Santander and Diageo.

 

He has managed teams and budgets of all sizes, projects and events which have local, national and international significance including activity supporting The Olympics and FIFA World Cup Finals.

 

Over the years he has managed many intricate & challenging projects from their conception to the delivery of large scale events working across a multi disciplinary event structure.

 

While most of his career has been spent in different forms of marketing and PR he has always been involved in content production and delivery – content is a key component of sponsorship activation and he cut his teeth in sponsorship when the sector was in its infancy.

 

His special skills, apart from an ability to see the humour in every situation, are making things happen – bringing the energy and focus to a situation to deliver innovative solutions on time and on budget.

 

It can be organising a football zone for 30,000 Spanish visitors to Glasgow, creating an opentop bus for a national newspaper, or delivering a soccer-skills series for Scottish kids in Barcelona with soccer legends Henrik Larson and Gio Van Bronckhorst. Charlie is there making sure it works, making sure it is seamless,