Cara Ludlow is an Assistant Producer from West Wales, and an English Literature graduate of Exeter University.
She joined Cardiff Productions from Sugar Films, where she’d worked the last three years, developing programmes for UK and international broadcasters.
Her credits include: the forthcoming The Human Guinea Pig (Channel 4), the critically-acclaimed history film The Massacre That Shook The Empire (Channel 4), the hard-hitting investigative documentary America’s Child Brides (BBC3), and the lifestyle series Am Dro! (S4C).
Narinder is an award-winning programme maker, who has over sixty productions under his belt, and has worked across a range of genres for the world’s best broadcasters.
Narinder has a strong track-record of delivering shows that are editorially bold and visually distinct. They include documentaries like America’s Child Brides, The Private Life of Harley Street and James Hewitt: Confessions of a Cad; specialist factual programmes such as Prince Charles: The Bachelor Years, White Tribe and The Massacre That Shook The Empire; formats including Am Dro!, Make Me A Muslim and Recipes That Made Me; arts shows like The Real Michael Caine, Soul Nation and Dancehall Queens; and innovative digital projects like 4thought.tv
Pat is an award-winning journalist and creative leader with 29 years’ experience, working at major broadcasters at home and abroad and co-founding Sugar Films.
He led the BBC Television Production studio, who create and deliver some of the worlds biggest shows. Prior to that, he was President of US cable network, Travel Channel Media, introducing shows like Emmy award winning ‘Anthony Bourdain: No Reservations’ and global break-out hit, ‘Man v Food’.
At BBC Sport, Pat led the transformation of 6 Nations rugby introducing prime-time kick-offs and the 'Super Saturday' climax. A digital evangelist, his recent Hack The Moon project was nominated for a Webby award.
Tammy has been responsible for generating and developing factual content ranging from Alexandra Tolstoy’s Horse People (BBC Two), Rome’s Lost Cities (BBC One) and Weatherman Walking (BBC Wales).
More recently she’s been involved in originating, developing and PDing popular BBC Wales/BBC3 series ‘Hayley Goes’ and the food entertainment show for S4C, Bwyd Bach Shumana a Catrin.
Tammy works part-time at Cardiff Productions and for her own company, Little Bird Films.
Sue Norton is an award-winning producer and content creator with 20 years of experience developing and producing factual programming for cable television and digital media platforms.
Based in Boston, USA, Sue has worked as an executive producer for Sugar Films, Discovery Networks, Travel Channel and BBC Worldwide. Her producing credits include: Crisis on Apollo 13 for Curiosity, Apollo’s Daring Mission for NOVA, Wild China for BBC, Shark vs. Predator for Nat Geo Wild, Legend Hunter for Travel Channel, Guardians of Rescue for Animal Planet and Flip that House, Blue Angels: A Year in the Life, Science of the Deep, and Battlefield Diaries for Discovery Networks and wehackthemoon.com for Draper Labs.