Meet The Team
Meet The Team

Ben Cavey and Will Gould

Joint Managing Directors

Ben and Will both joined Tiger Aspect in 2005. Ben joined as a producer and was promoted to Creative Director of Comedy and then Head of Entertainment. In September 2012 he became Head of Comedy and Entertainment in a move that merged the Comedy and Entertainment departments. Ben went on to set up his own label, Cavebear, in January 2015 and became Joint Managing Director of Tiger Aspect Productions in February 2017.

His most recent credits include Decline and Fall (BBC1), Benidorm (ITV), Bad Education The Movie, Bad Education (BBC3), Back Chat with Jack Whitehall and his Dad (BBC2), Together (BBC3), Grandma’s House (BBC2), Pscyhobitches (Sky Arts), The Spa (Sky Living), Walking and Talking (Sky Atlantic), Argumental (Dave), Horne and Corden (BBC3) and Roman’s Empire (BBC2).

Will joined the drama department as a Script Editor before becoming Development Producer and then Producer. He became an Executive Producer in 2011, and then took over as Head of Drama in October 2012. Will became co-MD of Tiger Aspect Drama in 2016 and became Joint Managing Director of Tiger Aspect Productions in February 2017.

His most recent credits include Peaky Blinders (BBC2), Ripper Street (Amazon/BBC), Good Karma Hospital (ITV), Decline and Fall (BBC1), Mad Fat Diary (E4) and Public Enemies (BBC1). He also worked on the critically acclaimed last two series of BBC One’s enduring hit Murphy’s Law, and produced The Things I Haven’t Told You.

Emma Cockshutt

Director, Legal and Business Affairs

Emma has overall responsibility for Tiger Aspect Production’s legal and business affairs having joined in this role in 2005. During this time she has covered the full range of Tiger Aspects legal and commercial output, specialising in Tiger’s Comedy and Entertainment programming and was involved in the original sale of Tiger Aspect to IMG and the subsequent sale to Endemol.

 Whilst still practicing at the Bar, Emma began her career in television by providing legal and location advice on a BBC legal drama series. She then went on to work at a small independent arts and documentary production company before heading back to the BBC where she worked in the BBC’s Copyright Department in 1988 and then their Independent Planning Unit.

 In 1994 she joined Talkback Productions as their Head of Legal & Business Affairs. During her time at Talkback Emma worked on a diverse range of programmes (including Grand Designs, Brass Eye, Smack the Pony, They Think Its All Over, Shooting the Past, Jamie’s Kitchen and Ali G) and their subsequent commercial exploitation. As part of the core management team Emma was involved with the development and expansion of the company including its sale to Pearson TV/Freemantle in 2000.

 In 2003 Emma left Talkback to become a freelance Legal & Business Advisor in the television industry working for a variety of different clients including, Endemol, Pett, Objective, Firecracker Films, CHX, Fresh One and Tiger Aspect.

Emma is a qualified Barrister with a law degree from the LSE and is currently the co-chair of the PACT business affairs committee.

Toby Marchington

Commercial Director

Tara Fell

Head of Legal and Business Affairs

Helen Wright

Chief Operating Officer

Helen joined Tiger Aspect in November 2007 as the Chief Group Accountant and was promoted to Head of Finance in January 2012 where she is responsible for Tiger’s financial affairs. In February 2015 she became Chief Operating Officer for the Company.

Helen studied for her degree at Hull University and went on to qualify as a chartered accountant with Touche Ross in 1993.  Post qualification she joined one of her clients, Planet 24, and then moved on to work for Chris Evans’ production company, Ginger Television, as the Financial Controller.  SMG plc purchased Ginger Television in 2000 and Helen was made Financial Controller for Television Productions until joining UMTV as the Finance Director in August 2002.  Helen left UMTV to work at Olga TV as the Financial Controller from 2006-07.

 

Frith Tiplady

Chief Commercial Officer

Nick Irving

Senior Legal and Business Affairs Manager

Holly Mellors

Senior Legal and Business Affairs Manager

Laura Lee

Senior Legal and Business Affairs Manager

Alastair Lorimer

Legal and Business Affairs Manager

Grace Brassington

Rights Coordinator

Maxine Fletcher

Trainee Solicitor

Francisco Rico Campos

Legal PA

Hayley Payne

Head of HR

Imen Ben Hamida

HR Assistant

Kevin Khan

Head of Finance

Colin Hopkins

Financial Controller

Richard Powney

Royalty Accountant

Rachel Brodie

Assistant Management Accountant

Alex Frost

Senior Production Accountant

Stacey Begbie

Production Accountant

Lucy Du Boulay

Production Accountant

Rosie Dudgeon

Accounts Assistant

William Hazlehurst

Accounts Assistant

Will Gould

Joint Managing Director, Tiger Aspect Drama

Will joined Tiger in 2005 as Script Editor before becoming Development Producer and then Executive Producer and has spent the last eight years developing shows for all the UK networks and international markets. He was promoted to Head of Drama in October 2012 where he oversees the Drama slate of programming.

 His most recent credits include executive producing Tony Marchant three-part drama Public Enemies and developing and executive producing Ripper Street for BBC1. He also worked on the critically acclaimed last two series of BBC One’s enduring hit Murphy’s Law, and produced The Things I Haven’t Told You.

Will’s career in television began working for Damien Timmer and Michelle Buck as a script editor on the ITV soap Night and Day. He went on to work on ITV’s Hornblower before moving to Carnival to co-produce on the third series of C4’s ground-breaking teen drama As-If.

Frith Tiplady

Joint Managing Director, Tiger Aspect Drama

Frith Tiplady joined Tiger Aspect in May 2006, as Head of Production for Drama. She is responsible for overseeing the financial, logistical, personnel and broadcaster liaison aspect of each production within the drama and film department; endeavouring to ensure that the creative vision is realised. At any one time Frith oversees a diverse range of drama programmes in various stages of production as well as the drama development slate.

Show include Ripper Street (BBC 1), My Mad Fat Diary (E4), Peaky Blinders (BBC 2), Love and Marriage (ITV) Robin Hood (BBC 1) Secret Diary (ITV2), The Deep ( BBC1), Blood & Oil  (BBC 2) White Girl (BBC 2) The boys are Back (feature film).

Prior to this Frith worked as a freelance Line Producer on such shows as Clocking Off (BBC 1), Sparkhouse (BBC 1), Burn it (BBC 3) Flesh & Blood (BBC 2) & Brookside (Channel 4).

Lucy Bedford

Executive Producer

Iona Vrolyk

Executive Producer

Catherine Moulton

Development Executive

Bryony Arnold

Development Executive

Rhian Petty

Script Editor

Amy Mobley

Production Executive

Isaac Piers-Mantell

Production Coordinator

Ben Hough

Development Assistant

Pelumi Akinyemi

Script Intern

Charlotte Taylor

Runner

Ben Cavey

Managing Director, Cave Bear

Ben joined Tiger Aspect in 2005 as a producer and was promoted to Creative Director of Comedy and then Head of Entertainment. In September 2012 he became Head of Comedy and Entertainment in a move that merged the Comedy and Entertainment departments. Ben is responsible for overseeing Tiger’s comedy and entertainment development and production activity.

His most recent credits include Bad Education (BBC 3), The Spa (Sky Living), Benidorm (ITV), Grandma’s House (BBC 2), Walking and Talking (Sky Atlantic), Argumental (Dave), Pscyhobitches (Sky Arts), Horne and Corden (BBC 3) and Roman’s Empire (BBC 2).

Ben previously worked as a development producer at Box TV where he developed Sweeney Todd, Bon Voyage and Old Street. Prior to that he was the senior script editor on Holby City. Ben has also worked extensively on the live comedy scene as a director and produces radio shows such as Hard To Tell on Radio 4.

You can also follow him on twitter @ben_cavey

Richard Ackerman

Creative Director

Joe Evans

Director of Development

Philippa Catt

Head of Production

As Head of Production for Comedy and Entertainment Philippa is responsible for overseeing all of the Comedy and Entertainment output and development. She first joined Tiger Aspect in Aug 2001 as a freelance Line Producer and went on to work on various scripted comedy productions before becoming Production Executive in 2009. Philippa became Head of Production in 2012.

 Shows include  Benidorm (ITV), Mount Pleasant (Sky Living), Bad Education (BBC 3) Psychobitches (Sky Arts), Swiss Toni (BBC 3), Vicar of Dibley (BBC 1), The Catherine Tate Show

Before joining the Tiger family,  Philippa worked at TalkBack Productions for 6 years as a Line Producer and Production Manager on productions such as Smith & Jones, They Think It’s All Over,  11 O’Clock Show, Jam & Brass Eye Special.

Philippa Catt

Head of Production

Cat Fox

Production Executive

Cat Fox

Production Executive

Pippa Brown

Head of Comedy

Arnold Widdowson

Development Producer

Carly Brooks

Senior Development Producer

Amy Annette

Development Producer

Avril Spary

Development Executive

Roisin Scully

Production Manager

Marianna Bourmpoula

Team Assistant

Roisin Scully

Production Manager

David Simpson

Development Producer

Katie Churchill

Development Producer

Stephanie Newman

PA to Ben Cavey and Pippa Brown

Doris Gogoe

Entertainment Runner

Bradley Kelly

Comedy Runner

Tom Beattie

Head of Animation and Childrens

Tom is Head of Animation and Childrens for Tiger Aspect Productions and currently series producer of the second series of the animated Mr Bean.

Tom started his career in advertising as a creative before moving into live action film production. After managing commercial and pop promo productions for various bands and brands from U2 to Pot Noodle, Tom transferred his skills to animation and children’s TV production. Tom joined Tiger Aspect in 2001 and has been involved in all of Tiger Aspect’s children’s programming output, working across every aspect of production from development to delivery and beyond. Credits include: Bosom Pals, Mr Bean: The Animated Series, Charlie and Lola and Tinga Tinga Tales

 

 

Eleni O'Keeffe

Production Executive

Julia Young

Department Assistant

  

Contact us

4th Floor, Shepherds Building Central, Charecroft Way, London W14 0EE
T:
+44 (0) 20 7434 6700
E:
general@tigeraspect.co.uk

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