Stitch – The New Generation of Talent Management

Hello Everyone,

We have some exciting news to announce!

We have partnered with Stitch to give members a 20% discount on your first year of Stitch. Stitch is a new tool to help companies store, manage and stay up to date with their black book, and has been designed in partnership with several leading production companies.

As budgets and timings are squeezed, and the production world is faced with unprecedented change, your network has never been a more important resource. Yet most companies are still storing their black book of directors, DoPs, crew, freelancers and creatives in spreadsheets and scribbled notes. Stitch is here to change that, and make sure you’re getting the most from your black book.


An example of what your black book might look like on Stitch


Stitch – – is the complete solution for your black book storage, access and management – helping you to save time and supercharge your network. With all of your contacts in one centralised database, you can leave notes against contacts, attach files and see people’s latest work pulled in live from websites, YouTube and Vimeo. Smart search and easy tags mean you can then easily filter your network to find the right talent at a seconds notice.

If that’s not enough, Stitch comes with inbuilt tools to help you grown your network, manage your inbound applications, create shortlists of talent to share with your team and track your people-based workflows.

An example of managing your people-based workflows on Stitch


Members can find out how to take advantage of this discount by logging into the Members Section and then clicking on the Discounts page.

Company plans for Stitch start at £40 per month.

Bryan currently serves as the Chief Operating Officer of the International Moving Image Society (IMIS). Before coming to the UK in 2012, Bryan grew up in the mid-west US where he learned of his passion for telling interesting and inspiring stories. He has a desire to pass on the knowledge he has to anyone looking to further their skills or enter the industry.