Adrian Wagner, F. Comp. ASMC. - He has worked over 35 years as professional composer,
artist and media entrepreneur. His development of the famous
Wasp synthesiser in the 1970s gained him experience in running
complicated and adventurous projects. A full biography is available
on his 'Music of Adrian Wagner' page.
He believes in an open team structure which allows each member
to have the freedom to apply their own unique talents and experience
to the projects. In this way, the occasional accident in experimentation
can be fully utilised to achieve a unique result. "Yes,
the Chaos theory is busily involved in all our work!"
His overriding passion is to continue his
family's tradition of promoting the archetypes relating to the
Holy Grail, the feminine element, it's ethics and code of service
for the prosperity of human kind in order to spread to all peace
and brotherhood across the world.
- Media, computer, theatre and film engineer with multimedia
experience. His talented career started out at the age of 16
when he designed a unique computer link program for Clive Sinclair's
Cambridge Computer Company. Recently, he has worked on many theatre,
film and multimedia projects and is currently very much involved
with new innovations in 3D computer animation.
Helen Wagner, SRN
- Administrator for MediaQuest principally involved with marketing
and promotion. Helen started her career in nursing and, in the
1970s, she ran a manufacturing and mail order leather craft company
called Capritaurus, specialising in the supply of leather goods
to well known personalities, including Pam Ayres. She is also
a researcher and editor with her prime interest based around
the Holy Grail and our Celtic roots.
- Co-administrator and director of the MediaQuest Arts and Crafts
department. Tracy's passion for the arts and crafts brings a
special contribution into MediaQuest. Like her husband, Stephen,
she is also involved with all aspects of film production.
- International best selling author and researcher into Celtic
ancient history, spirituality and archeology. John's book entitled
'Celtic Mysteries', first published
in 1973, paved the way for the numerous books of this genre thereafter.
He has spent years researching the Celtic landscape and Sacred
sites to combine his deep historical knowledge with his own very
special spiritual philosophy. He is the script writer for a number
of films for MediaQuest's 'Sacred Sites and Celtic Landscapes'
series and is currently writing a new illustrated book edition
called 'Rays of Light' which will be launched to coincide with
the first film in the series.
We would like to express a special thank you
to all others involved with the Team and for their generous support
of the projects including the following:-
John Cornwall, Gretchen Schroeder, Adam Skeaping, Rob James, Steve Blenkinsopp, Lionel
and Patricia Fanthorpe, John and Caitlin Matthews, and last but by no means least Marge Jacob