WHAT HAPPENED TO TRISTAN AS AN AIRLINE CAPTAIN?
Tristan has over 20 years airline flying experience. Soon after becoming a British Airways captain, he became a health and safety representative for the pilot union BALPA in 1998. One of his first tasks was to investigate the issue of oil fumes onboard aircraft. His investigations have led him to become a world expert on the issue, briefing airlines, unions, regulators, scientists, aerospace companies, doctors and many others. As a former co-chairman of the GCAQE (Global Cabin Air Quality Executive), he brings nearly 20 years of expertise and experience that have earned him a British Citizen Award (BCAi) for services to industry in January 2015 for his work on the problem.
Today, Tristan provides up-to-date information and expert opinion on the issue.
TRISTAN IN THE WORLD OF FILMMAKING
Since 2006, Tristan Loraine has been a producer at Fact Not Fiction Films, a production company specialising in social issue and investigative projects.
In this time, he has produced two feature films and two feature docs that have received limited theatrical release.
Tristan is a former board member of the New Producers Alliance (NPA). He has produced more than 20 other film ventures for international broadcast.
His latest feature film, A Dark Reflection (2015) is a fictional adaptation surrounding the contaminated air issue and is said to be Britain's largest co-operative shot on 35mm film.