An expert in content creation, public relations and integrated marketing, Nicholas was president of Economist Films, steering the team responsible for creating content that reflected the newspaper's heritage as a world leader in reporting, analysis and investigation.
Before that he was managing director at TVC group, building the agency into a leading brand content-communications business and top-10 UK PR agency.
David has spent over 20 years creating and producing entertaining, original and popular factual television for the UK's major broadcasters.
He was formerly director of programmes at The Garden Productions, one of the UK's leading and most admired television production companies. Prior to that, he was creative director of Jamie Oliver's Fresh One Productions.
He has produced a wide range of high-profile documentaries and factual formats for the BBC, C4, ITV and Sky, which have been distributed internationally.
Jonathan RuddCreative Director
Jonathan is a producer, director and editor who has chalked up over 150 broadcast credits during his 25 year career, including the acclaimed 'Stockwell' for ITV and 'American Blackout' for National Geographic. He also made commercials for major brands.
He has won and been nominated for numerous awards including a BAFTA, a British Independent Film Award, a Grierson, an RTS and a Prix Europa.
Sophie CampbellHead of Production
Sophie has over 12 years of production experience for most major broadcasters across multiple genres including entertainment, factual, comedy, drama and events. She has worked on a number of high profile programmes including eight Comic and Sport Relief campaigns, Glastonbury and The Voice.
Stephen Lambert is the founder and CEO of Studio Lambert, the production company he launched in 2008 with the support of All3Media. One of the most influential executives in British broadcasting, during his 30-year career he has created landmark series such as ‘Faking It’, ‘The Secret Millionaire’ and ‘Googlebox’ and won more than half a dozen BAFTA awards, the Rose D'Or of Montreaux and both Primetime and International Emmys.
Tom StandageBoard Director
Tom Standage is deputy editor of The Economist, responsible for the newspaper's digital strategy and the development of new digital products, including Espresso, Economist Films and Economist VR. The author of six history books, including the New York Times bestsellers "A History of the World in 6 Glasses" and "An Edible History of Humanity", Tom studied engineering and computer science at Oxford University and has written for the likes of the New York Times, Guardian and Wired, taking a particular interest in technology's social and historical impact.
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