SCOTT - SINDRI SWAN
Sindri was born and raised in a small fishing village in the North of Iceland. He started acting while in school and made short films before studying Computer Science. Wishing to fulfil his academic and creative thirst, he went on to study psychology and moved to London to study acting and directing.
ALFA/HILDUR - ANNA WRANG
Anna came to London from Sweden to study drama and graduated from The Academy of The Science of Acting and Directing. She recently appeared as Estelle in 'No Way Out' at the Canal Cafe Theatre and as the Snow Queen in 'Happily Ever After' at Theatro Technis. When she's not acting she's practicing archery, trying to learn the ukelele and writing her first play.
HRAFNKATLA- SESSELIA OLAFS
Sesselía Ólafs grew up in North Iceland. After college she moved to London to study drama and featured in quite a few short films after graduating. Past projects include the English films Night Bus and The Circle, the Icelandic series Trapped and most recently the play Þöggun. She enjoys writing poetry, songs and stories.
DIRECTOR/DoP - SAM MARDON
Sam Mardon graduated from Central St Martins BA Performance Design. He has directed several short films and music videos; credits include the upcoming feature documentary 'Andrew Logan’s Last Party at The Glasshouse' and he regularly collaborates with electronic musician Max Cooper, most recently on his live audio-visual show Emergence.
WRITER - JOANNA GOODMAN
Joanna Goodman is a London-based writer and journalist. She writes regular features and columns for national and international newspapers, publications and websites. She writes a lot about technology – looking at and beyond the cutting edge. She has written three short films.
EDITOR- OSCAR FEATHERSTONE
Oscar Featherstone London based editor and photographer, trained in New Zealand at South Seas film and television school. He worked for a children’s national television series before returning to London and now works in online and branded video content, in addition to Piston Heads – a broadcast motoring program.
COMPOSER - EYÞÓR INGI
Born and raised in Dalvik, Eyþór has always been involved in music and theatre and has made great success both as a musician and an actor, most recently as the lead in Jesus Christ Superstar. He’s a member in the bands Todmobile, Atómskáldin and Eldberg. Alfheim’s Edge is Eyþór’s first foray into the world of composing music for film.
COSTUME- ISOBEL BLACK
Having studied performing arts since the age of 12, Isobel began designing theatre productions before studying at Central Saint Martins. Since graduating she has been designing sets and costumes for films and commercials, and events.