Having appointed David Brindley as Chief Creative Officer, Twofour completes its new senior creative line-up with Natalie McArdle who joins the company as Director of Development.

She joins the company from Sony-backed company Electric Ray, where she spent four years as development lead. During her time there, she helped drive the company’s creative strategy, co-executive producing projects and has been key in creating some of their biggest titles, including My Million Pound Menu (BBC TWO – sold to Netflix), Alone at Home (Channel 4), upcoming daytime series Call That Hard Work (BBC ONE) and their first MTV pilot.

McArdle has previously worked in production and development at Tiger Aspect, BBC Three, Firecracker Films, Studio Lambert and Twenty Twenty – where she first worked with Twofour’s CEO Tim Carter.

Tim Carter, CEO, Twofour, said: “Natalie’s always stood out for me as a rare, quirky, and original thinker; she’s someone who knows her way around big ideas that resonate and I’m chuffed to bits we’ll be working together again.”

Dan Adamson, Managing Director, Twofour, said: “I am delighted that Natalie is joining us as we embark on a really exciting new chapter for Twofour. Her creative reputation speaks for itself and I know she’ll bring a real energy and enthusiasm to the company.”
Natalie added: “I’m thrilled to be joining Twofour at such an exciting time to lead the next phase of development. I’m relishing the opportunity to work alongside some of the most respected creatives in the industry to produce the next wave of must-see formats.”

She joins the company later this month.

Staff Reporter

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