Oversees the running of the Bristol office and Assistant to Mehjabeen Price.Learn More
Andy manages the digital strategy for Creative England as well as overseeing the website, SEO, social media, newsletters, branding and print.
Bobby covers production services for the North of England.Learn More
Caroline is responsible for delivering support, initiatives and investment to emerging and established talent.Learn More
Caroline Cooper Charles is Senior Talent Executive for Creative England responsible for delivering support, initiatives and investment to emerging and established talent across the English Regions.
Based primarily in the North, Caroline has a strong track record in fostering new creative talent. In addition to her work with emerging writing and directing talent at her production company, Universal Spirits, she was responsible for a diverse slate of low-budget feature films at Warp X, including the cat-and-mouse thriller Hush, kaleidoscopic music documentary All Tomorrow's Parties and inventive road-trip comedy Bunny and the Bull.
As Executive Producer, Caroline's credits include Xiaolu Guo's She, A Chinese, winner of the Golden Leopard for best film at Locarno Film Festival 2009 and Andrea Arnold's Oscar winning Wasp.
Caroline oversees the HR and Operations department at Creative England.Learn More
Supports the HR & Operations Manager for Creative EnglandLearn More
A successful producer and executive producer of film and TV for the last 25 years, Chris is Head of Film at Creative England.Learn More
Chris Moll is Head of Film at Creative England and founder of the iFeatures innovative low budget filmmaking scheme.
A successful producer and executive producer of film and TV for the last 25 years, his most recent credits include the feature films Nowhere Boy, Grow Your Own, Flying Blind, 8 Minutes Idle as well as the award-winning documentary Of Time and the City.
Chris began his career as an independent producer with Aardman Animations, with whom he produced the Oscar® and BAFTA- winning Wallace and Gromit adventure The Wrong Trousers.
Other awards include two more BAFTA nominations, a D&AD pencil, Cannes Lion, the Annecy Grand Prix and a Clio.
Chris is also a founding partner of Harvest Films Ltd.
Christopher leads on the iFeatures programme.Learn More
Ellie covers Production Services in the South West.Learn More
James is responsible for the successful delivery of the RGF programmes.Learn More
A successful entrepreneur and creative strategist, Jas has a proven track record in the industry.Learn More
Jaspal is Head of Games for Creative England. A successful software and internet entrepreneur and creative strategist, Jas has a proven track record of more than 10 years’ experience in internet and software product development, marketing and sales.
Jaspal founded a successful software company in 2002 whose flagship software is used across a variety of digital and creative sectors. Notable users include Activision, Rosetta Stone, Hasbro, Yahoo!, Lamborghini and Sony Pictures.
Jaspal has extensive experience of internet technologies, cross-platform application and game development.
More recently, his software has allowed game developers to build and self-publish cross-platform games on digital marketplaces such as Steam and the Mac App Store.
Prior to starting his own company, Jaspal worked as a new media designer completing digital contracts from Aston Martin, Jaguar, RNIB and the BBC.
Jenny is responsible for developing relationships with key stakeholders, including the media, to promote the work of Creative England.Learn More
Jim heads up Creative England’s investment programme which aims to create economic and sustainable employment.Learn More
Jim is Director of Business Development for Creative England. Based at MediaCityUK, Jim’s role provides strategic leadership for Creative England in the North as well as having lead responsibility for the successful delivery of £5 million secured from the Government’s Regional Growth Fund.
Jim heads up Creative England’s investment programme which supports digital SMEs and projects that lever private sector investment to create economic growth and sustainable employment in the creative industries.
Jim started his career at Sainsbury’s working on store planning and market research. He subsequently moved to Pace where he worked as part of the team working on the company flotation and new product development such as WebTV and the world’s first integrated digital TV.
Jim moved to Creative England in April 2012 after spending ten years at regional development agency Yorkshire Forward.
Johanna works with national and international partners to prepare regional and policy driven action plans.Learn More
Jude works in the skills team with Lisa Howe delivering trainingLearn More
Kate manages the business investment fund and oversees the application process.Learn More
Kaye leads the Production Services team and is responsible for developing partnerships with local government across England.Learn More
Kaye Elliott is Head of Production Services for Creative England.
She leads a national team dedicated to providing a first class free support service to film and TV production to shoot in England outside London, providing access to location, studios, crew, facilities and filming permissions.
Kaye is also responsible for developing partnerships with local government across England to improve the filming infrastructure in the English regions, as well as promoting England as a first class production centre. Before joining Creative England, Kaye was Executive Director at Vision+Media. Other roles include Director of Inward Investment at Vision+Media and Community Liaison at Company Pictures.
Manages the administration of multiple projects delivered through the Business Investment department at Creative EnglandLearn More
Laura supports the games team in running multiple programmes within the department.Learn More
Liam supports the Chief Executive and Head of Communications to deliver Creative England’s Public Affairs and Policy activities.Learn More
Nicky looks after national crew & facilities for productions filming across the country.Learn More
Nicky works as the National Crew & Facilities manager for Creative England.
She oversees a crew database of over 2000 regional crew, is responsible for running national crew nights and works closely with BAFTA on a new initiative BAFTACrew. Nicky has over 14 years of crewing/training experience in Film/TV.
Richard assists with online content co-ordination, working to optimise Creative England's social media presence.
Richard joined Creative England in October 2013 as head of productionLearn More
Richard currently manages two productions funds for Creative England and, since joining the company in late 2013, has backed five fiction films and five feature docs. His investments include Andrew Haig’s second feature 45 Years (in main competition at the Berlinale 2015) and Spooks: The Greater Good scheduled for a UK release with Fox in 2015 with worldwide sales being handled by Altitude.
His last film as an independent producer, Keeping Rosy, starring Maxine Peake (Silk) and Blake Harrison (The Inbetweeners) premiered at the Raindance and Dinard Festivals and was nominated for BIFA ‘s Raindance Award.
Richard produced the award-winning thriller Eden Lake, released by Optimum in 2008 in the UK. The Weinstein Company released the film in the US and Pathe sold it worldwide. Written and directed by James Watkins (The Woman In Black), it stars Kelly Reilly (Flight) and Oscar-nominee Michael Fassbender. Eden Lake won the audience award at the Sitges Film Festival, the International Fantasy Film Award at the Fantasporto Film Festival and the Best Horror award at the Empire Film Awards.
Earlier in his career, Richard co-wrote and produced Stefan Schwartz’s award-winning Shooting Fish, starring Kate Beckinsale. The film grossed over £4m in the UK alone. Richard then went on to produce Kirk Jones’ Waking Ned, which grossed $26m in the US and a further $25m+ worldwide. Waking Ned won Richard a nomination for a Producer’s Guild of America award and both Shooting Fish and Waking Ned are posting net profits.
His first film Soft Top, Hard Shoulder, starred the new Dr Who, Peter Capaldi, as well as Jeremy Northam and Simon Callow. It won the London Film Festival Audience Award as well as Scottish BAFTA’s for Best Film and Best Actor.
Richard was a co-founder of the trade body The New Producer’s Alliance, serving a year as its Co-Chairman. For three years he was the Vice-Chairman for Film at PACT, the UK’s Producers Alliance for Cinema and TV. He was selected to be on the inaugural ACE (Ateliers de Cinema European) program.
Simon supports communications activity with the development of online content and social media strategy.Learn More
Stephen covers Production Services in the central region.Learn More
I am responsible for diary management, as well as, servicing all internal and external communications on Caroline's behalf.Learn More