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Sarah Brocklehurst
Founder & CEO

Sarah was born in the United States, with a mixed British and Chinese heritage, she grew up in France before moving to the UK for further education.

While studying English at Cambridge University, she started producing and her professional career began in the theatre industry working for the Royal Shakespeare Company and Sonia Friedman Productions.

She set up Sarah Brocklehurst Productions in 2012 and produced the award-winning feature films ‘Black Pond’ (for which she was nominated for a BAFTA) and ‘Animals’, as well as acclaimed new plays at the Young Vic Theatre and the Traverse. Sarah was named a BAFTA Breakthrough Brit and a Screen Star of Tomorrow, and she received a Vision Award from the BFI.

Sarah founded Brock Media in 2022 in partnership with BBC Studios. She is passionate about building the company into a home that can champion, support and realise the vision and ambition of exceptional storytellers.

Her most recent film ‘The Outrun’ – Nora Fingscheidt’s adaptation of Amy Liptrot’s best-selling memoir starring Saoirse Ronan and Paapa Essiedu – which Sarah optioned, developed and produced, premiered at the Sundance Film Festival and Berlinale and will be released theatrically in 2024.

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Sophie Mitchell
Development Producer

Sophie joined Brock Media from Silverprint Pictures where she story produced Series 13 of VERA (ITV) and script exec’d Series 12, alongside developing a diverse slate of TV projects. During the pandemic she script edited on WOLFE (Sky Max) for Abbott Vision and has previously script edited on numerous UK returning dramas. She has production credits from HOLBY CITY, EMMERDALE, CORONATION STREET, DOCTORS and EASTENDERS. She has also worked in development at Wall to Wall Drama, Endor Productions and Wildgaze Films and has freelanced for some of the UK’s biggest production companies, film organisations, producers and writers.

Sophie was an Edinburgh TV Festival One to Watch 2019 and has a Distinction from the NFTS’s Script Development Diploma. She loves warm, playful and uplifting writing with great dialogue, and scripts with a cinematic sensibility. Outside of work she loves watching fringe theatre and walking the UK coastline.

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Rohina Cameron-Perera

Rohina has worked in both development and production across Film & TV for eight years and most recently, she was Associate Producer on Brock Media’s feature film THE OUTRUN.

Prior to joining the company, Rohina was Associate Producer at former Channel 4 commissioner Emma Cooper’s Empress Films, where she led on various non-fiction and scripted drama projects. Rohina also partnered closely with Ricky Gervais as AP on multiple seasons of his internationally-acclaimed Netflix series AFTER LIFE. She has also worked at award-winning production companies including Pulse Films and Origin Pictures, and was Director’s Assistant to BAFTA winner Amma Asante.

Other credits: upcoming Untitled Blumhouse series (EPIX), GANGS OF LONDON (Sky Atlantic/AMC), WATERSHIP DOWN (Netflix/BBC One), THE WOMAN IN WHITE (BBC One) and the development of Netflix’s upcoming drama ATOMIC BAZAAR.

With a keen interest in genre, Rohina is building a slate of Film and TV projects from distinctive and diverse storytellers.

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Suki Bergg
Senior Development Executive

Suki joined Brock Media from BBC Studios where she spent five years in the team that oversees the development, production and distribution of BBC Studios’ ten scripted production companies.

Suki previously worked in development at Objective Fiction, where she worked across GAMEFACE (C4), WITLESS (BBC3), and the pilots for YEAR OF THE RABBIT (C4) and FEEL GOOD (C4/Netflix). Prior to that, she worked on an array of Drama and Comedy productions in the UK, including DOWNTON ABBEY (ITV) and DO NOT DISTURB (UKTV).

Suki has also produced a number of short films, her latest being THE PINK PILL, from director Cassiah Joski-Jethi.

In her spare time, Suki enjoys telling terrible jokes and watching others tell better ones.

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Ludo Graham

Ludo Graham
Development Executive

Ludo joined Brock Media in July 2023.

Prior to joining Brock, Ludo worked in development for House Productions, working across numerous Film and TV projects in development and production, including Sebastian Lelio’s THE WONDER, Daniel Kokotajlo’s STARVE ACRE, and Sean Durkin’s THE IRON CLAW. He has also worked in the casting department at Independent Talent and in the Film and TV department at Casarotto Ramsay.

Ludo loves working across Film and TV, and is passionate about unearthing new voices across all mediums, particularly ones that make him laugh. Ludo enjoys evenings on the sofa, being bad at sports and drinking cold cups of tea that he has forgotten about.

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Nicole Davis

Nicole Davis
Producer (Audio)

Nicole is a creative producer, podcaster and talent exec. Most recently she produced Brock Media’s inaugural podcast NEVER TOLD, which was a Top 20 Arts Show in the Apple Podcast UK Charts.

She also commissions short films for BFI NETWORK South East, where she supports emerging filmmaking talent in the region.

Prior to joining Brock Media, Nicole has worked at Film4, BFI and award-winning digital content agency Little Dot Studios where she produced podcasts and video essays.

Elsewhere she moderates panels and talks for BAFTA, BFI London Film Festival and Sundance London, and is the host and creator of Best Girl Grip, a weekly interview podcast that navigates the film industry through the lens of the women doing just that.

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Solomon Golding

Solomon Golding
Assistant to Sarah Brocklehurst

Solomon graduated from The National Film and Television School in 2023 with a Masters in Film and Television Producing.

His graduate films have gone on to be selected for official competition at the 76th Cannes Film Festival (Killing Boris Johnson) and nominated for a student BAFTA (The Tornado Outside). During his studies he shadowed PR maestro, Charles McDonald, at the 75th Cannes Film Festival, working on Ruben Östlund’s Palme D’Or and Best Picture nominated TRIANGLE OF SADNESS and David Cronenberg’s CRIMES OF THE FUTURE.

Prior to his move into film and television, Solomon had an internationally spanning career as a professional dancer, training for 8 years at The Royal Ballet School and graduating to dance with The Hong Kong Ballet, The Royal Ballet Company and The San Francisco Ballet.

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