A BSc graduate in ‘Film, TV & Writing’, Richard enjoys generating ideas, unearthing new stories, and engaging hard-to-reach audiences. He has a great wealth of experience in working sensitively with lower socio-economic families and young adults. Richard's documentary idea “Tell me you’ve got me without telling me you’ve got me” is shortlisted in Warner Bros Discovery’s Black Britain Unspoken 2022 documentary competition. Richard loves green tea, making fragrances, devising workshops, and reading anything.
Shooting PD with experience across factual entertainment, documentary programming, and educational content. Credits include: Songs of Praise (BBC), Britain’s Scenic Railways (Channel 4), Britain’s Secret Charity Cheats (BBC), The Trouble with Topshop (Channel 5). Jessie is also an experienced radio producer having made programmes for BBC Radio 3 & 4, and a BJTC accredited and award-nominated journalist (Jerusalem Awards 2016 and 2017). Jessie leads on factual development at Three Arrows.
Mum of two, Emily has worked in Production Management for over 10 years for BBC and Independents working predominantly in Factual and Current Affairs. Programmes include various Dispatches for Channel 4, The Beautiful Game for BBC Sport, BBC's The Most Dangerous Man in Tudor England with Melvin Bragg and various Religion & Ethics productions including many episodes of Songs of Praise. Emily is a mentor on the Telly Mum’s mentoring programme; helping mums transition back into TV after maternity
Jon co-founded Three Arrows in 2015 having had a stellar career in BBC Children’s during which he won multiple awards including a BAFTA for the hit CBeebies gameshow Swashbuckle. His experience spans all genres from Factual, Fact-Ent, Scripted and Animation to Live Events, having overseen four top-rating CBeebies Christmas Productions. Jon has served as Executive Producer on Andy and the Band (Series 1), the award-winning Treasure Champs and ground-breaking pre-school brand The Baby/Toddler Club.
Toby is an award-winning Technology, Media & Fintech entrepreneur & investor. Over the last 20 years Toby has been involved in a number of successful start-ups including MoneyHub. In 2016 he became an early investor in Three Arrows and in 2018 launched Wonderborn Studios (WBS), a media group specialising in the financing, development, production and distribution of high-quality family entertainment and educational media. In October 2020, Three Arrows Media became part of WBS Group of companies.
Ems Hancock is a wellbeing consultant and executive coach who has supported the team at Three Arrows since its inception. She specialises in creating culture, self-care and character development, as well as performance coaching and practical holistic wellness. Ems embodies family. She loves nothing more than to hang out with the team, spoiling them with her over-catering.
A recent Harvard Law School graduate, Seun is an award-shortlisted journalist and presenter whose work focuses on identity, pop culture and politics. Seun is working with Three Arrows, as part of the BBC Sounds Audio Lab programme, to develop a documentary podcast series that explores British West African life: looking at everything from private fostering to masquerades!
With a huge passion for creating content that is primarily for, or about, children, Meg has scripted and helped to produce engaging educational content for many clients including, CBeebies, Discovery Education, BBC Education and the National Portrait Gallery. Meg is super creative and has a very keen eye for detail. She loves strong coffee, hiking, yoga and anything colourful!
With a BA in Media & Writing and an MA in Production Management, Tolu has experience in factual content, reality and now her most recent love for Children’s TV has developed here at Three Arrows Media. She is currently working as Production Coordinator where her adaptive problem-solving skills helps to make a difference in the unpredictable world of TV! In her downtime Tolu loves to write short fictional stories and cook big meals for her friends and family.
Dominic has worked in the media business for nearly 30 years, rising to the role of COO for BBC Children’s and launching CBeebies Land at Alton Towers in May 2014. Dominic has also worked with the internationally acclaimed BBC Natural History Unit and was part of their senior management team in Bristol helping them to deliver series like the multi-award-winning Planet Earth 2. Dominic oversees all Three Arrows content delivery from a production management perspective.
Three Arrows will help develop and produce a 6-partpodcast series with creator Seun Matiluko.