ScreenDog is a new Brighton based Indie set up to make Entertaining Adventure and Mischievous Factual programmes for TV and Digital.
Our first commission is Steve Backshall & The Vertical Mile in which he attempts to free climb the North Face of The Eiger. It’s a TV mini-series and major Digital Campaign for the BBC + International Pre-Sales.
We love the challenge of finding new stories that viewers will love and telling them in the most gripping or humorous way possible. Our ambition is to make documentaries series and formats that compete with the best dramas and sitcoms on the major channels and platforms. And we draw on skills gathered from 17 years on the frontline of TV production to make that happen.
Brighton. BN1 1AL
+44 (0) 1903 919500
Ed's spent the last 3 years beavering away on winning commissions inbetween freelancing as a Series Producer / Producer Director (The World's Deadliest Weather (2017), The Secret Life of 4 Year Olds (Broadcast Award Winner 2016) The Apprentice (2011), Mary Queen of Shops (2010 BAFTA Nominated Series).
Following some commissioning success with Wildlife Jack (Disney, 2015), Teenage Ice Trekker (CBBC, 2016 Prix Jeunesse Award Finalist) and Steve Backshall & The Vertical Mile (CBBC, 2017), ScreenDog Productions is now launching full time and at full tilt.
Andy has a wide range of programming experience –from documentary to factual television in the UK, Ireland, China, the USA and Japan. He has developed and produced major projects for VICE, Channel 4, Channel 5, BBC, Olympic Channel and RTE. Andy was part of the team that won the 2014 Irish Film & Television Award for Best Reality Series.
Katrina spent 15 years as a Production Manager at Ricochet as they grew from a small indie to Brighton powerhouse. She's managed many of their dozens of their shows including Food Unwrapped, Born To Be Different, Family Finders, The Batchelor, Britain's Empty Homes and No Going Back - responsible for budgets from the minuscule to £2 million plus.