We work with a huge bunch of incredibly talented people on every production. This is our core team, the ones who work on them all.
Emily now leans on her unrivalled access to the music industry to create compelling and creative documentary content including the brand new 6-part series based on the famous Blackmarket Records store in Soho.
In 2018 she joined forces with dance music charity, The ABODE Project as their producer and has travelled to Uganda multiple times in recent years, continually driving opportunity for them with some of the biggest online distributors and broadcasters, whilst playing a pivotal role within the charity itself. In 2022, she will return again as part of a team that combines both African and UK talent to put on a brand new music festival in Uganda.
Emily is the driving force behind LOUD Productions with an insane ability, passion and talent to be able to recognise, develop and translate stories and ideas to exploit today’s multi-media formats and fast-evolving broadcast opportunities.
In previous roles Emma has held responsibility for the linear and non-linear acquisitions strategy at UKTV, leading the acquisitions team and was a member of the UKTV editorial board. Managing relationships with distributors, producers and US studios and negotiating high profile content deals.
Emma has managed international co-productions across all genres from development to final delivery, overseeing editorial, content financing and strategic partnerships.
Darrell’s last major project titled FC Kitchen (FCK) was commissioned by global climate change company, Climate Focus Group. Darrell was responsible for conceptualising and producing a new online series to encourage football fans to reduce their meat consumption.
He began shooting music videos in 2016 and quickly built a solid reputation as a Director and DOP; predominantly shooting high end music videos filming with artists including Tory Lanez, Professor Green, Faithless and on behalf of music brands including ABODE, Sony and Elrow.
In early 2020, Liam was in Uganda with Emily, filming a piece for BBC World Services. Emily immediately recognised his talent as a videographer, his eye for a shot, his ability to drive the narrative and his complimentary collaborative mindset and approach.
He recently directed the music video for UK heavyweights Bad Boy Chiller Crew’s new single ‘Hideout’ which hit over a million views in the first 2 days after its release on April 1st 2021.