James Harrison of Devizes based Morris Lane Creative Media has completed a short film about the highly successful Swindon Mindful Employer Network conference held at Nationwide House last November.

The film features Mark Harper MP, Minister of State for Disabled People, successful businesswoman Fiona Bowman who spoke about her many years as a victim of domestic violence and network Chair Melanie Richens.

This is the fifth conference film produced by James Harrison who has also made several short documentaries about the mental health network which supports local employers. David Latham, who manages the Swindon Mindful Employer Network at Swindon Mind, says: “James Harrison is a terrific documentary film-maker and a top journalist. We are delighted that he has been working with us since our launch in 2008 and the network team are very keen to continue our strong association with him as we develop the initiative over the next few years.”

James Harrison, who is a former BBC radio producer and presenter comments: “Once again, it’s a real privilege to work with the Swindon Mindful Employer team. The issue of mental health in the workplace is something that deserves wider coverage and by offering our filmmaking expertise, we feel we are doing our bit to support the brilliant work of Mindful Employer in Swindon.”

All of the Swindon Mindful Employer Network films can be viewed at http://www.mlcm.co.uk/swindon-mindful-employer-network/ For more information about this film please contact: smen@swindonmind.org