About our team

Justin Webster

Crafting non-fiction narratives became Justin’s passion when he worked as a newspaper reporter, after studying classical literature. Working with photographers as a freelance writer led to directing his first short documentaries. In 2004 his first feature documentary, a vérité film about a year inside FC Barcelona, won several international awards. His films and series are either investigative, constructed through testimonies, archive and recreations, or vérité style following an unfolding story in the present. Justin believes non-fiction, told with craft but without invention, can be as dramatic and creative as the best fiction – and often more revealing.

Sumpta Ayuso

Sumpta combines creative flair with the discipline of running complex international productions. Her production expertise is accredited by the nomination for the EU’s Golden Link Award in 2007 for the feature documentary, “The Madrid Connection”.  She has produced for Televisió de Catalunya, BBC Storyville, The Danish Film Institute, Netflix, HBO, Amazon Prime, and premiered at Hot Docs, TFF, CIFF, Documenta Madrid and FICCI. She is a board member in the production associations PROA and PRODOCS.

Martín Rocca

Martín was born in Spain but grew up in Argentina. A graduate of advertising, he has also completed a masters in journalism. As a producer and writer for JWP, he was co-writer and line producer on the acclaimed series “Nisman, The Prosecutor, The President and the Spy.” He was line producer on the vérité film “Win!” which premiered at TFF and “The End of ETA” which premiered in SSIFF.

David Cabrera

David studied journalism in Barcelona. For seven years he was line director for the ground-breaking Spanish current affairs programme, “Salvados”. At JWP, he began as one of two principal line directors for the Emmy-winning vérité series, “Six Dreams”. He was line director, and additional editor for the acclaimed series “The Pioneer”. He also has been codirector of the second season of “Six Dreams”.

Garbiñe Armentia

Garbiñe studied screenwriting before specializing in documentary filmmaking, completing a master in creative documentary at Pompeu Fabra University. Over 15 years she has worked as screenwriter and editor in various TV programs and documentaries. At JWP she began as finishing editor for the first season of the Emmy-award winning “Six Dreams” and the feature documentary “Muerte en León. Caso Cerrado”. She was also principal editor for “Nisman, The Prosecutor, The President and the Spy” and also has been one of three principal story editors for the second season of “Six Dreams”.

Isaac Bergadà

His passion for editing still remains the same after 20 years of career in which he has worked in all sort of audio-visual projects in different formats for both national and international broadcasters and platforms including Discovery, Amazon Prime and National Geographic. He joined the JWP team in 2019 editing the second season of Emmy-winning series “Six Dreams”.

Claudia Ripoll

Claudia studied journalism and business communications before working in a wide range of media and advertising roles, including copywriting for magazines and assisting in television production. She was coordinator for the documentary association Pro-Docs before joining JWP in 2019, where she works in general management and communication.