Documentary indie Brook Lapping has appointed two new members to its senior management team.

Emma Hindley joins as Creative Director, and Alex Nicholson as Production Executive, working alongside Greg Sanderson, Managing Director, and Norma Percy, Executive Producer.
A former creative director at Silver River, Hindley has specialised in documentaries and history programmes as a director, series producer and executive producer. Her credits include Living With Cancer; Great Ormond Street and The Unspeakable Crime: Rape as well as Six Wives with Lucy Worsley, Back In Time For Brixton, David Beckham: For the Love of the Game.  Hindley was previously Joint Chair of the Grierson Trust.
Alex Nicholson joins Brook Lapping from the BBC, where she managed productions including Human Universe and Wonders of Life. She has previously worked on productions ranging from 15 Kids and Counting for Channel Four to Geordie Finishing School for Girls and The Normans for the BBC.
Brook Lapping has been broadening out from its reputation for documentary landmark series on BBC Two (most recently Norma Percy’s acclaimed Inside Obama’s White House) by working with talent like Jeremy Paxman (Paxman in Brussels and Paxman on Trump v. Clinton for BBC One) and delivering projects with National Geographic Channel and two series for Channel Five.
Forthcoming commissions involve a science series for BBC TWO as well as commissions from ITV and BBC One in the UK and The Smithsonian Channel, France 5 and Arte internationally.

Staff Reporter

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