Emma Morgan

Emma Morgan

Director of Development, Executive Producer

Emma joined Mentorn Media in December 2010 as Executive Producer and Head of Development. Since joining the company she has helped win several series and single films including The Fried Chicken Shop for Channel 4; More Than Meets the Pie with Gregg's (8x60' for Sky1); Young & Married (10x60' for MTV International), Free Speech (returning series for BBC3); Reggie Yates: Teen Gangs (BBC3), and Fish Town (10x60' for Sky Atlantic).

She was previously Head of Development at Twofour where she worked on the BAFTA winning Educating Essex for Channel 4, My Hoarder Mum and Me for BBC1, High Street Heroes with Jo Malone for BBC1, Be Your Own Boss with Richard Reed for BBC3 and Choccywoccydoodah for UKTV Good Food. She also discovered the F***ing Fulfords for the BAFTA nominated Cutting Edge film for Optomen.

She has executive produced several high profile programmes including the RTS-winning Why Men Wear Frocks with Grayson Perry for Channel 4, Saving Ed Mitchell for ITV1, The Art on Your Wall with Sue Perkins for BBC2, Crip on a Trip for Channel 4 and Too Much Too Young for Sky1 and most recently Edwardian Insects on Film for BBC4.


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