SIAN PRICE: CREATIVE DIRECTOR
With numerous network credits as a showrunner on series including Coast (BBC2), The Great Guide (BBC2) The People Remember (BBC1) andTime Team (Channel 4), Creative Director Siân Price is a factual programming power-house. She’s led teams of 5 through to 60 on a range of award-winning programmes from blue-chip specialist factual through to live events. Sian specialises in history/archaeology, features, living history and the arts. PD credits include Coal House (BBC1) Snowdonia 1890 (BBC2), Secrets of Stonehenge (Channel 4/ Nat Geo), One Born Every Minute(Channel 4), Beyond Boundaries (BBC2), The Real Vikings (Channel 4) and The Boats that Built Britain (Channel 4). Sian has worked at some of the country’s top independents (Diverse, Studio Lambert, Indus) as well as in-house BBC in London, Bristol and Cardiff. She is a multi-award winning radio producer (Radio 3, Radio 4, World Service) and the author of the best-selling book ‘If You’re Reading This’ – a history of soldier’s farewell letters.
SARAH STEVENSON: HEAD OF DEVELOPMENT
Awarded a Broadcast Hotshot In-Demand Talent for Unscripted TV in 2018, and with over 100 hours of commissions under her belt, Sarah’s passion for factual TV development is impossible to miss. From premium series like Netflix’s Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons, to blue light access docs like 999 Britain from Above for ITV, talent led WW2 Treasure Hunters with Suggs from Madness for History UK to popular consumer series like Ch5’s Secrets of your Supermarket Food, and even features meets obs doc shows such as Dirty Secrets of Britian’s Takeaways for Ch4, Sarah devises commissionable, returnable ideas across the UK, US and SVOD market.
Securing and winning exclusive access to people and places has long been one of her key talents, from passion projects with celebrities like Karren Brady on Why Do Men Earn More Than Women? for Ch5 to securing access to some of the deadliest maximum-security prisons around the world on Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons for Netflix and even helping a grieving father have the confidence to share the tragic tale of the loss of his daughter in Click for Murder on CBS. Throughout her career, Sarah has worked closely with several household names including: The NHS, NPAS, Jersey Zoo, Greggs, Nationwide Environmental Health Departments, UK Police Forces, The Air Ambulance & Yellowstone National Park. Sarah loves nothing more than the opportunity to walk in someone else’s shoes, collaborating with them and showcasing their story for the world to see and celebrate.
TOM WARE: EXECUTIVE PRODUCER, Find it Fix it Flog it
Tom Ware is an Executive Producer for Yeti Media. He was previously an executive producer at BBC Bristol specialising in development, Daytime and Arts programming and where he created the smash-hit series Bargain Hunt. His credits include documentary, factual entertainment, factual formats, features, comedy and drama series for a wide range of UK and international broadcasters. His awards include RTS, BAFTA, Broadcast and an International Emmy and credits include Human Planet (BBC1), Animation Nation (BBC2), More than a Game (BBC2), Wanted Down Under (BBC1), The Fight (BBC2), The Indian Doctor (BBC1), Frozen at Christmas (Channel 4).
CHER ADAMSON: DEVELOPMENT EXECUTIVE & P/D
Cher Adamson is a Development Executive specialising in popular factual, documentaries and formats and has been involved in the development of a number of series and one-offs including: Life Drawing Live! (BBC4), Running the Shop (C4), You Have Been Watching (C4), Superscrimpers (C4), People Like Us & Let’s Settle This (BBC3) and 7 Days on the Breadline (ITV). She has worked as a producer on several first-time series including Jamie and Jimmy’s Friday Night Feast (C4), Britain’s Naughtiest Nursery (C5) and The Face (Sky One). As a Producer/Director, Cher has been at the heart of popular series including Family Cooking Showdown (BBC Two), Big Fat Gypsy Weddings (C4), Quiz Nights (Sky One) and Our School (CBBC).
HEATHER BROWN: DEVELOPMENT PRODUCER
Heather Brown is a Development Executive who specialises in factual and factual entertainment formats. Her big wins include Gino D’Acampo’s Italian Escape (ITV), Alison Steadman’s Little British Isles (C4), Super Scary Plane Landings (C5), The Genealogy Roadshow (RTE/PBS), Don’t Look Down (ITV) and Dance Mums (Lifetime). Prior to joining YETI, Heather worked in development teams at Stellify Media, ITV Studios, Renegade Pictures and NBC.
ETHAN BLAKE BROOKS: SHOOTING AP
A former Channel 4 production trainee and an RTS winning documentary filmmaker, Ethan is our Development and Shooting Assistant Producer. Having worked on a wide range of TV projects, his passions lie in topics such as disability, sports and different communities. Being Deaf himself, Ethan most recently directed a documentary for BBC See Hear, exploring the biggest modern issues that the Deaf community faces today.
GEORGINA PIKE: DEVELOPMENT RESEARCHER
Georgina Pike is a Development Researcher with a passion for all things factual and fact-ent. She has worked in the development teams at Twenty Twenty, RDF and One Tribe TV, where she was involved in getting films for BBC One’s The ONE Show across the line for two years running. She has also been a Researcher on The Great British Dig (Channel 4) and Fighting For Air (BBC 2), and has previously worked as June Brown’s PA on Eastenders!
TIBET BOYER: WORK EXPERIENCE
Tibet is an intern student from the London Film Academy where he is currently working to complete a BA in Film Production. Originally from the United States, he has worked on over 10 short film projects in 2020 and has joined the Yeti team as part of his course. He’ll be working to strengthen his skills in research, production, and development and brings a strong interest in topics that involve personal growth, community relations and national traditions!