ScreenDog is a Brighton based Indie set up to make Edgy Adventure and Mischievous Factual programmes for TV and Digital.
We strive against lazy and bland TV and our ambition is to make documentary series and formats that compete with the best dramas and sitcoms. And we draw on skills and persistence gathered from 18 years on the frontline of TV production to make that happen.
12-14 Gloucester Street, Brighton,
UK, BN1 4EW
Tel: +44 1273 121780
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 launched full time and at full tilt.
Teri has over 20 years of television production management experience working on a wide range of genres and formats and specialises in long running series for the UK and International markets.
During this time, she’s worked on a diverse range of BAFTA nominated and winning programmes for major TV production companies, broadcasters and online delivery platforms including Netflix, BBC, C4, ITV, C5, Sky, UKTV, BBC Studios, Discovery and the Disney Channel.
Teri joined ScreenDog Productions as Line Producer on the ambitious new documentary series ‘Hurricane Man’ for UKTV/BBC Studios and oversees the growing slate of productions at the company.
Polly is new to the world of TV and comes from a background in film. Before joining the team at ScreenDog, Polly worked in VFX Production on Disney’s Dumbo and The Lion King.
Her journey at ScreenDog Productions has already been an exciting one and she is looking forward to taking on the challenge of ambitious adventure shows.
Calum is a post production wizard who has spent the last 6 years working in facilities all over London/Brighton - including staff roles at Clear Cut Pictures and The Finish Line, where his focus was picture finishing and delivery.
Since turning freelance in 2017 Calum has looked after a variety of projects, most recently ScreenDog’s very own high octane adventure series Hurricane Man. Other credits include fact ent, drama doc and scripted reality for BBC, C4, MTV, Discovery, Netflix and Amazon Prime.