Team

  • Television

  • Michele Buck
    Chief Executive Officer

    Michele Buck is the CEO of Company Pictures. Former joint Managing Director of Mammoth Screen, the independent production company. Mammoth in that time gained a reputation for producing quality award winning drama including Parade’s End for BBC Two, Christopher and His Kind for BBC2, Endeavour for ITV1 and Agatha Raisin for SKY.

    Prior to Mammoth, Michele held the role of Controller of Drama, United Productions and ITV from 1998 to 2007 where she was responsible for BAFTA & Prix Italia winning Sex Traffic for Channel 4. Responsible for Emmy winner, twice Emmy nominated and four times BAFTA nominated Hornblower, Agatha Christie’s Poirot and Agatha Christie’s Marple (both Emmy nominated), the Peter Kosminsky film Innocents for Channel 4, three times BANFF winner, BAFTA winner and nominated Othello, Lewis for ITV1, BAFTA winner Housewife 49 and Alan Bleasdale’s Oliver Twist.

  • Richard Fell
    Head of Drama

    Richard Fell is an award winning Executive Producer and Writer of British Television Drama. His experience includes  Managing Director of Fresh Pictures, Senior Executive at Tiger Aspect Drama and Commissioning Executive for Drama at BBC4. Most recently he has been  at Carnival Films, Executive Producing  Stan Lee’s Lucky Man and Jamestown for Sky.

     

    Amongst the many programmes he has worked on are; Emmy award winning film Liberty starring Elaine Stritch for HBO, Spies of Warsaw starring David Tenant, for the BBC,  Crooked House written by & starring Mark Gatiss, Copenhagen starring Daniel Craig, Alan Clark Diaries written by Andrew Davies & starring John Hurt and Jenny Agutter, Bafta nominated Fantabulosa starring Michael Sheen,  RTS/Broadcast Award winning & BAFTA nominated Frankenstein’s Wedding, Broadcast Award winner A Short Stay in Switzerland, RTS Winner The Curse of Steptoe and Blood & Oil starring Naomie Harris & Jodhi May.

     

    He has also written films; A for Andromeda’, The Quatermass Experiment and Random Quest

     

  • Lucy Raffety
    Director of Development

    Lucy has been Series Producer of BBC1’s flagship medical drama Casualty for the past two years during which time the show has risen to new heights – receiving critical acclaim, a BAFTA, countless other award nominations, and extremely healthy viewing figures.

    Prior to that she has been a Producer, Story Producer and Script Editor on many dramas such as The Musketeers, Waterloo Road, The Bill and Bad Girls.

     

  • Abi Arthur
    Development Producer

    Abi graduated from Loughborough University in 2011 with a degree in English Literature and Film.

    She then joined Company in 2012 as a receptionist before becoming a Script Editor in 2015.  In this role, Abi has worked on productions such as The White Princess and Midsomer Murders, before becoming our Senior Script Editor in late 2017. She is currently working as the Script Editor on the 21st series of Midsomer Murders.

  • James Wooldridge
    Development Executive

    James was an actor for over sixteen years, working all over the UK and Europe in theatre and TV.  He went back to university to study a Masters degree in television scriptwriting and graduated with Distinction in 2018.

    Since then he has been writing, working with writers and providing script coverage for various production companies. He joined the development team at Company Pictures in February 2019.

  • Ana Ture
    Script Editor

    Ana first joined Company back in 2017 as an office runner and started as a Junior Script editor in October 2019.

  • Finance

  • Babita Tailor
    Head of Finance

    Babita joined Company Pictures in 2014.

  • Victor Falola
    Accounts Assistant

    Victor joined Company Pictures in February 2019.

  • Business Affairs

  • Clare Nicholson
    Business Affairs Executive

    Clare joined Company from All3Media in 2006 where she was also Business Affairs Executive.

    Clare previously worked in the legal team for Chrysalis TV Group and prior to that in the legal teams at the Millennium Dome and English Heritage.