Action Mirror Productions LTD. (AMP) is a media production company based in the UK and was formed in September 2014. The company is owned and run by brothers and business partners Damon & Jordan Strange. The company was conceptualised over many years in Bolton, Lancashire, UK and was registered for trading in South Yorkshire, UK.

AMP was conceived in the wake of the growing popularity of online video education and entertainment for children. YouTube is considered the primary outlet as a means of broadcasting for many media companies.

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Damon Strange, Director of Business Development

Responsible for the general direction and running of all business related activity of AMP including, but not limited to:

  • Business planning, finance and accounting
  • Customer & supplier relations
  • Storyboard writing & animation procurement
  • Website management, social media & advertising
  • Being the source of some absurd creative content ideas for Jordan to turn into visual and audio gold…

 A fairly appropriate and generally inspirational quote:

“Give me a minute, I’m good. Give me an hour, I’m great. Give me six months, I’m unbeatable…” to paraphrase one of the greatest leaders amongst men; Colonel John “Hannibal” Smith as played by Liam Neeson in The A-Team, 2010.

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Jordan Strange, Director of Creative Content

Responsible for the technical management of media productions for AMP including, but not limited to:

  • Original song conceptualisation and composition
  • Vocals and instrumental (guitar, ukulele, mini-synth keyboard); playing and recording
  • General design and creative input
  • Editing and aftereffects for all published content
  • Assuring general quality of the overall media production output (i.e. keeping Damon’s absurd ideas in check!)

A fairly appropriate and generally inspirational quote:

“Author. Visionary. Dreamweaver…” to paraphrase another creative genius; Garth Marenghi as played by Matthew Holness in Garth Marenghi’s Darkplace, 2004.