Directors of ACG Ltd

Gordon Adams took over as chair of ACG in January 2015. He has over 20 years experience in the Television and Radio industry as a Senior Producer, Director and Journalist. He has worked across several different genres within the profession including TV News, entertainment and factual programming. Gordon has been a Christian for over 34 years and originally joined the ACG in the mid 1980s. He is an avid movie watcher, a voting member of BAFTA and also belongs to the BFI.

Susanne Scott is a singer and writer. Throughout her early career, she performed on radio, television and concerts in both the UK and Australia. Susanne has written and recorded two albums and written musicals and plays for children. While turning her hand to teaching in more recent years, she has continued to pursue her writing and is currently seeking to launch her own children’s book series. She has served on the Board of ACG for many years.

Rosemary Bird is an Arts Administrator. Formerly, Rosemary was the Divisional Finance Officer for the Arts Division of the British Council. She has been Company Secretary of the ACG since 1995 and a Director of ACG since 2006. Since 2001 Rosemary has been involved with a christian charity called Gateway, which provides performance based assemblies and workshops in schools.

Tony Jasper has worked extensively in radio, television and theatre. He has written for major newspapers and magazines on the contemporary music and folk worlds. As an author he has over 70 titles published in music and religious fields. In 1982 ITV screened a docu on his life and Christian witness. He founded the much travelled and applauded Jasperian Theatre Company. He preaches on a Sunday across a wide range of Christian communions from Salvation Army to House, to the mainstream. He believes Christian insight to be most vital in the Arts and Media world and that the role of Arts Centre Group should be one of growing influence.

Andre Radmall is a playwright and actor and has recently returned to the theatre after a break. Alongside his long-standing passion for acting and writing, he has also worked in the field of mental health. After starting out as a mental health nurse he went on to train as a psychotherapist. An ordained minister in the Church of England, he now teaches counselling and theology at London School of Theology. In recent years he has also developed a successful consultancy as a business coach and trainer. He has a vision to be a chaplain to the arts while at the same time being a practitioner in mainstream performance art.