Themis Creative is a creative group made up of professional individuals working in the entertainment industry, coming together to bridge the gap of diversity on mainstream television. Their aim is to create new and exciting stories that represent a modern day multicultural society battling stereotypes and the typical status-quo. As working professionals in the industry Themis Creative see the gap in televisions creative market and are here to represent the ever growing issue of diversity by presenting new and untold stories.
Oraine Johnson is an actor, composer, singer and writer. Studying at Birmingham Theatre School for 3 years then receiving a BA Hons in acting, Oraine credits include T.V, commercial adverts, short films, national and international theatre tours and musical arenas. From John Steinbeck’s Of Mice And Men to Richard The Third, MTV to singing and performing at Latitude festival and the O2 arena in London. Oraine is a multi instrumented musician that has composed for theatre productions, Mid Summer’s Night Dreams, The tempest and produced music for Warner Brothers records. Beginning to write was a necessary step for Oraine as he felt as a black male British actor he was underrepresented in a industry that he loves and is apart of. Lucid was created to represent a diverse modern fresh story that would allow a multicultural cast to be a part of a fantastic story set in the U.K.
Tonia Daley-Campbell is an actress, director, producer and community activist. As a mother of 4 and a foster carer she’s not shy of hard work. In 2014 Tonia set up her charity Kuumba Arts Movement supporting disadvantaged young people by using the creative arts, and as part of the charity Tonia also set up a film school called 4th Wall. The film school project was funded for 3 years supporting young people from diverse backgrounds. Tonia now runs and owns her own drama school ACTS and is also the young children’s agent at Red Talent Management. Tonia is committed to supporting young hidden talent. Her recent acting credits include Lenny Henry’s Danny and the human zoo playing Mrs Patterson and Feature film London Town playing Mamma Letty.