Katie Derham: Co-Founder
Katie has been the face of the BBC Proms since 2010. Previously she was at ITV News, first as Media & Arts Correspondent then as anchor for all ITV’s national news bulletins.
Music has always been a big part of Katie’s life, presenting the Classical Brits, Classic FM, taking part in BBC2’s Maestro and Sky Arts’ First Love, and now broadcasting on Radio 3.
Fronting documentaries and current affairs shows for television and radio, combined with her early experience as a business journalist and an economics degree, has made her a frequently requested moderator for corporate events.
Katie is proud to be involved with a number of charities including the Prince’s Trust, Leonard Cheshire Disability and Dementia UK. She’s also a member of the Cambridge University Alumni Advisory Board and on their Communications Committee.
And she also really rather enjoyed getting to the final of BBC’s Strictly Come Dancing in 2015.
Jane Gerber: Co-founder & Executive Producer
Jane’s love of creating pretty pictures started at an early age when her painting skills got a special mention at nursery school.
A BAFTA & RTS nominee and winner of a coveted Broadcast Award, Jane produced and directed documentary and factual series for BBC, Channel 4, ITV, Sky as well as international broadcasters across subject areas ranging from architecture to fashion, music to food. These included BBC1’s What Not To Wear, BBC2’s The Nation’s Favourite Food, Channel 4’s Risking it All, ITV’s This Morning, GMTV as well as Sky Arts’ First Love.
Jane then moved across from broadcast to corporate, developing creative solutions for digital branded content for public and private sector organisations.
When she’s not behind a camera, Jane will more than likely be found at a 45 degree angle sailing her boat.
ROWENA LOVELL: COO
Rowena has managed numerous productions from award winning television series and documentaries like Stacey Dooley Investigates, Cutting Edge and Bad Lads Army to delivering short form content for brands including Microsoft, Waitrose and House of Fraser.
She also went inside a global brand as Head of Production at Save the Children; during which she oversaw the production of multiple film and multimedia campaigns, including the compelling Still The Most Shocking A Day.
Faye Nickolds: Media Coaching & Strategy Consultant
Emma Shaw: Broadcast Development Executive
A trained journalist with a long career in television production, Emma has made documentaries and returning series for all the major broadcasters. She now specialises in factual development securing content, access and talent for a range of channels and digital platforms.
Emma has run development teams and ideas slates for many UK production companies, while building trust and ongoing relationships with key commissioning editors to secure prime time commissions.
Cara Ghoshal: Producer/Production Manager
Cara wanted to work in production ever since the day she realised it was possible to do a job that balances creativity with fiddling around with Excel spreadsheets. She’s worked across short and long form projects all around the world for national and international brands including Tesco, Canon, WWF, Barclays Bank and Michael Kors.
Having gradually moved further and further south from her native Manchester, she assumes she’ll end up in Portugal in a few years’ time.
Dom Thomas: Finance Director
Following a degree in Film Production Technology and studying CIMA Dom has gone on to work as the Finance Manager for the BRIT Awards & Mercury Prize for the last 5 years along with working for companies like Youngest Media (Game of Clones) and Firecracker Films (BAFTA nominated Big Fat Gypsy Weddings).
He enjoys the challenge of aiding businesses to realise their full potential, helping them to see past the numbers and cut through the accounting jargon.