Cameron Gowlett and Duncan Mee, the directors of Cerberus have made a number of media appearances, including in the national press, radio interviews for the BBC and in the feature-length documentary Erasing David.
They are currently appearing in the Channel 4 series Secret Eaters and are tasked with tracking the every move of the families appearing in the show and gathering evidence on their eating habits. For more information on the series or to catch the latest episode click here. Secret Eaters airs at 8pm on Channel 4 and 4OD from 16th May for six weeks.
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Following their involvement in the making of the feature documentary ERASING DAVID (created by filmmaker David Bond from Green Lions), Cameron Gowlett and Duncan Mee, the directors of Cerberus, have made a number of appearances in the national press and on radio. Please see below for more details:
20th April 2010 – BBC Radio 5 Live - The Victoria Derbyshire Show: Cameron Gowlett appeared alongside David Bond to discuss the film Erasing David and the issues relating to privacy and the loss of it. Click here to listen to the interview.
28th April 2010 – BBC London Radio – The Robert Elms Show: Duncan Mee appeared alongside David Bond to discuss the film Erasing David and how to track and tracing someone on the run.
17th April 2010 - Saturday Times - 'Can you disappear in surveillance Britain?' Cameron Gowlett and Duncan Mee were interviewed with David Bond in an by Jean-Paul Flintoff which focused on the film Erasing David and the issues raised in it.
On 29th August 2010, Cameron Gowlett appeared in the BBC1 programme Trackers as a specialist in tracing people and databases.
On 24th October 2011, Duncan Mee appeared in the ITV1 programme Exposure "On the Run" as a specialist in tracing people and databases.
After realising he is living in one of the most intrusive surveillance states in the world, film-maker David Bond decided to find out how much private companies and the government know about him by putting himself under surveillance and attempting to disappear for a month. He challenged Cerberus to track him. Using an extensive toolkit and surveillance expertise, the film Erasing David charts the battle of wits between David and Cerberus as they close in. For more information please see the trailer below:
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Cerberus welcomes opportunities to offer advice or our services to media enterprises or press interviews and would like to hear from you. Cerberus will also gladly to help with difficult investigations for charities involving missing persons or abductees.
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