Belinda is the company’s first Creative Director and has a dual role working across current productions and developing premium returnable brands and factual events for our growing list of clients.

She is a BAFTA-nominated filmmaker and an award winning executive producer with over 10 years experience winning and delivering business at a senior leadership level in the UK and US. In her previous Creative Director role at 360 Production (now Rare TV) she oversaw the rapid growth of the company and launched a number of new series and specials including Mountain Vets for BBC 2, Tagged for BBC3, The Nile: Egypt’s Great River with Bettany Hughes for Channel 5, The BBC Pandemic, an award-winning digital science event for BBC 4, Egypt’s Unexplained Files for TCB, Eyewitness: D-Day for National Geographic and Inside Mighty Machines for Smithsonian Channel.

Before Rare TV Belinda worked at a number of leading UK independent companies including Renegade, Mentorn Media, Lion Television, Tiger Aspect, Tigress Productions and BBC Science, developing and delivering multiple formats including stunts, science, factual entertainment, wildlife and history.

She relocated to Washington, D.C. with her family in 2018 while working in a transatlantic role for Rare TV before making the move to Red Rock Films in September 2019.

Favorite quote:

“Some people feel the rain. Others just get wet” – Bob Dylan