Richard Osborne

Executive Producer / Managing Director

 

An award-winning producer, director and writer, Richard spent the early part of his career directing and writing in theatre. From directing She Knows You Know, which transferred to the West End, and writing Our Ellen which was produced at the RSC and around the world, to directing Rebecca Front in Swan Song at Hampstead Theatre.

Winning a BBC award for his short film, Arms of an Angel, Richard started Angel Eye Media, producing 4 seasons of the documentary series Edinburgh or Bust for Channel 4. He was executive producer on Miranda Hart’s BBC Radio 4 series Miranda Hart’s Open House, Cowards for BBC Four and he produced the one-off BAFTA nominated film Hattie, starring Ruth Jones for BBC. Recent work includes comedy animations featuring David Mitchell and Dara O’Brien, Wasted, a sitcom series for E4, Olivia & Alex: Happily Ever After series for TLC, a Vicky Pattison: No Filter series for Quest Red and a returning 30 part series, Curvy Brides Boutique, for Discovery.

Jane Dibblin

Executive Producer / Head of Development

 

Jane Dibblin in an award-winning director and executive producer with over 20 years experience of making documentaries, prior to which she was foreign editor of the New Statesman. One of her films ‘Power Play’ (BBC Two) won first prize in the New York UNCA awards.

 

Jane’s other productions for BBC Two include two high profile history series, In Pursuit of Pleasure and The Trouble with Love, both of which she co-originated with Prof Amanda Vickery. She has worked on a rich variety of projects for Angel Eye, including BBC and OU documentaries as well as current affairs for Channel 4.

John O'Callaghan

Executive Producer / Company Director

 

John is a company director and an experienced executive producer across numerous sitcom, comedy drama, factual and new media projects.  

 

Having worked at Vivienne Westwood, BBC One's The Clothes Show, and Planet Fashion (including covering New York, London, Milan and Paris fashion weeks), John went on to produce Fashion Cuts for Angel Eye and Channel 4 features. Other factual productions include: The Trouble With David and Artworks: Raising Kane for the BBC, Bringing Learning To Life for the OU and Dispatches: Holy Offensive for Channel 4.

 

Comedy includes The Estate Agents sitcom series for C4, Bluebell for MTV, Delta Forever for BBC3 and Hattie, the highly rated drama for BBC Four. Other comedy for Channel 4 includes The Last Chancers sitcom series, Cowards sitcom series, four series of Edinburgh or Bust and Wasted, the critically acclaimed sitcom series for E4.

Ollie Durrant

Series Editor

 

Ollie joined Angel Eye in 2016 and has Series Produced / Edited most of our fact ent output during that time including  Curvy Brides Boutique series, Olivia & Alex 'Said Yes’, Vicky Pattison: The Break-Up, and most recently, Olivia & Alex: Happily Ever After and Vicky Pattison: No Filter series - all for Discovery TLC. 

 

Ollie is experienced in both award winning primetime factual entertainment /established features shows such as Gogglebox, X Factor, Supersize vs Superskinny, Secret Eaters and Joe Wicks BodyCoach, as well as being involved in shaping new programmes from early development stages through to pilot / commission - Bodyshockers, You Can’t Get The Staff, The Millionaire Party Planner all for C4, and Carjackers for E4. As an experienced director he has filmed and directed on location in various countries around the world for both UK and international broadcasters. In his early career, Ollie was also responsible for fronting some of the biggest dance hits of the last 15 years - Hi Tack ‘Say Say Say (UK No4), Supermode ’Tell me Why' (UK No10), Armand Van Helden ‘NYC Beat’ (UK No13) and most recently had a song at No4 on the Billboard dance charts. He has also toured across Europe and Australia with the likes of David Guetta and Pharrell Williams.

Heather Meyer

Head of Production

 

Angel Eye’s Head of Production, Heather has worked in broadcast television for over 15 years on acclaimed productions from Winton’s Children, an ITV1 documentary about Sir Nicholas Winton, the ‘British Schindler’ who saved hundreds of Jewish children from Nazi-occupied Czechoslovakia to Crossing the Lines, to a John Simpson presented series on the work of the International Committee of the Red Cross.

 

Having moved into Production Management in 2006, Heather has a thorough knowledge of the production process including complex health and safety issues relating to filming in foreign countries.

Debbie Chalmers

Production Accountant

Debbie is production accountant across our programmes including TLC's Vicky Pattison The Break Up, Olivia & Alex Said Yes and returning series, Curvy Brides Boutique.

Jack Hallam

In house Editor

Jack is Angel Eye's in-house editor and technical supervisor. Since starting in 2016 he has worked across all of our online - (The Open University, BBC Learning) and broadcast content - Dispatches, Channel 4, Curvy Brides Boutique, Olivia & Alex 'Said Yes’ and Vicky Pattison: The Break-Up, for Discovery TLC).

From producing an NGO lead documentary in remote Zimbabwe, building and supervising a post house in Abu Dhabi, shooting for an art laboratory in Amsterdam to working as a freelance editor in Australia (Gogglebox Australia, Nine) and the UK (The Operation Live, C5); Jack's catalogue of challenging and global experiences have provided a comprehensive knowledge of technical story telling.

Juliana Surovcova

Operations Manager

 

After finishing her master's degree in Producing Film and Television at Bournemouth University, Juliana gained most of her production experience working on factual programs for Channel 5, Nickelodeon, as well as a number small production companies across Europe. Prior to joining Angel Eye, Juliana was working as a research analyst and project coordinator at an online video consultancy, helping develop company's research tools and organising industry events.

 

Juliana is currently working as a production coordinator across a range of Angel Eye projects, including the third series of the successful TLC show, Curvy Brides Boutique.

Hannah McNally

Production Coordinator 

 

Whilst studying for her degree in Film & Television at The University of East Anglia, Hannah worked in event management and marketing for Red Bull, where she gained experience in video production, event scheduling and managing teams for large sporting and media events. 

 

Hannah then went on to work at Angel Eye after graduating and has gained experience across production, editorial and post production. She has worked as Production Coordinator across a wide range of projects, including most recently Alex and Olivia Said Yes, Vicky Pattison: The Break Up, and Curvy Brides Series 3. She has also had the opportunity to coordinate on location across these projects, which has given her valuable insight to handling kit, scheduling and managing timings of crew on location. 

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