Founded in 2006 by Jamie Campbell and Joel Wilson, Eleven produces quality drama, documentary and comedy for the UK and international markets.
Our work includes the multi-award winning SEX EDUCATION for Netflix, TEN POUND POMS for the BBC, RED ROSE for Netflix & the BBC, TRUE HORROR and CAST OFFS for Channel 4, GAP YEAR and GLUE for E4, and THE ENFIELD HAUNTING for Sky.
In June 2020, Eleven was acquired by Sony Pictures Television, who now own a majority stake in the company. Here are some pictures of us when we were eleven.
Founder / Creative Director
Jamie serves as Executive Producer across Eleven’s factual and drama output. Alongside Joel Wilson, he steers the company's creative direction. Jamie went to London Film School in 2001, after which he directed, produced, and appeared in multiple primetime documentaries for Channel 4, ITV, the BBC and Sky 1 – including Candid Cameron, Martha and Me, 24 Hours With… and Osama and US. Jamie has directed dozens of commercials for 2AM Films in the UK and Waitemata Film in Australia and New Zealand. His writing has included cover stories for the New Statesman and The Guardian. Jamie started out writing and directing theatre, taking his plays to the Edinburgh Festival in 1993 and to London’s Finborough Theatre in 2001.
Founder / Creative Director
Prior to forming Eleven with Jamie, Joel spent 6 years directing documentaries and comedy (mostly with Jamie) for Channel 4 and the BBC as well as directing adverts for 2AM Films. Joel and Jamie’s films received Broadcast and Grierson nominations. Joel produced Eleven’s first two dramas, Cast Offs and Glue, which were nominated for BAFTA, RTS and Rose d’Or awards. Joel now Executive Produces all of Eleven’s output alongside Jamie Campbell.
CARISSA HOPE LYNCH
Carissa joined Eleven in 2019 to Story Produce Spadehead by Chris Dunlop for Netflix and Red Rose by the Clarkson Twins for the BBC. Passionate about writers, story, and big ideas - her collaborations have brought her into the orbit of artists like Mark Denton & Jonny Stockwood, Mika Watkins, Chandni Lakhani, and Paul Andrew Williams. Before moving into TV, Carissa gained extensive experience in new writing. She designed the first phase of the national Write to Play scheme for Graeae Theatre Company, before going on to develop, commission and produce new works for the Royal Court.
Director of Production
During 12 years freelance line producing Kate worked across a diverse range of high end drama, from period shows such as The Diary of Anne Frank, Sherlock Holmes (The Case of the Silk Stocking) and The Suspicions of Mr Whicher, to contemporary pieces such as Father & Son and Clapham Junction. She has now joined the Eleven team to work as Head of Production across their drama slate.
Robert joined Eleven as Finance Director in July 2019 and is responsible for both corporate and production finance. He joined from Neal Street Productions where he integrated the company’s financial reporting into the All3Media Group as well as overseeing all production finance activities. Prior to that he held similar roles at Company Pictures (producers of Shameless, Skins, Wild at Heart, George Gently and The Shadow Line) and Endor Productions.
Robert is a Chartered Accountant (FCA) and qualified at Buzzacott Chartered Accountants before moving onto Baker Tilly’s Media Finance Team.
Emilia joined Eleven in 2020 after nearly four years as Head of Legal and Business Affairs at Acamar Films, producer of Bing for CBeebies. Prior to that she worked in Commercial Affairs at Channel 4 for eight years across production, distribution and corporate legal functions, most recently working across drama and comedy productions including We’re Going on a Bear Hunt, Catastrophe, Born to Kill and The Inbetweeners. She has also worked at All3Media International and the BBC. Emilia qualified as a solicitor in New Zealand.
Liv began her career in independent film, before changing course to work in TV drama. She has worked for BBC Independent Drama Commissioning, Endemol, Shine Drama (where she Story Edited Sugar Rush for Channel 4), Blast! Films and Silver River before joining Eleven in 2011, where she has since script edited The Enfield Haunting and Gap Year. She is currently in development on various projects alongside her role as Co-Exec Producer of Red Rose and Ten Pound Poms.
Head of Production
Victoria has worked as a freelance line producer throughout the world on a wide variety of feature films and television productions, including single dramas, factual dramas and high-end television series. She has supported established producers and directors, including Terry Gilliam, Peter Greenaway and Michael Winterbottom, as well as creatives and technicians new to the industry. She joined Eleven in February 2020.
Head of Development
Before moving into television, Jenny spent seven years both co-managing and making theatre with the performance company GETINTHEBACKOFTHEVAN. The company’s work has toured throughout the UK and Europe. Jenny joined Eleven in May 2015 as a researcher across both drama and factual .
Jess Myles-Mills started her career at Two Cities Television where she worked as a development assistant and later became the Assistant Script Editor and IP Executive, supporting the development team on a wide variety of projects as well as originating her own projects with exciting new writing talent. At Eleven, Jess also looks after the slate for production company No Ordinary, founded by David ‘Arlo’ Osuhon and David Olusegun.
After graduating from Kings College London with a degree in Film Studies, Scarlett started her career working in acquisitions and publicity for documentary distribution company Journeyman Pictures. Since then, she's worked in research, business development and as a production secretary. She joined Eleven as Office Manager in November 2019 before moving into Development.
Tom started out his career working in the world of children’s TV for Kindle Entertainment, where he had to do such things as be a puppets heart beat, after which he made a move to work in The Documentary Unit at BBC Studios working across the Louis Theroux strand and other factual productions such as The Met: Policing London, Inside the Foreign Office and Thatcher: A very British Revolution. Tom joined the Eleven team working as Production Coordinator on the second and third seasons of Sex Education and now works in house as Production Coordinator across various projects.
Lloyd has always been passionate about the TV world. After studying Digital Media, he started working in Factual Entertainment and reality TV and began a series of freelance jobs with various TV and film companies, including TwentyTwenty and Lion TV. Lloyd hopes to progress further within the industry and is excited to continue his journey here at Eleven.