Head of Production
Lucy started her a career as a Production Secretary and then Production Coordinator working across a range of genres including daytime, factual, live studio and documentaries. Joining Reef TV in 2008 as a coordinator Lucy moved up to production management and has managed much of Reef’s popular factual output including Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is (BBC One), Chefs: Put Your Menu Where Your Mouth Is (BBC One) and Sarah Beeny’s Selling Houses (Channel 4). As a Production Manager both at Reef and other independent production companies Lucy has delivered over 150 hours of television and has considerable experience of high volume, fast turnaround series.
Returning to Reef in 2013 as Unit Manager and now Head of Production Lucy is responsible for the smooth running of the company’s productions on a day to day basis with a particular focus on the company's features and formats output and is a member of the Reef Management Team.
Head of Features and Formats
Rachel has worked with Reef since 2012 as an Executive Producer before becoming Head of Features in 2016. Formally a print journalist, Rachel started her TV career in live television, working her way from researcher to gallery producer on the long-running BBC One daytime show City Hospital. Next came a stint in Bristol with RDF West making the first two series of the hugely popular ITV format Dickinson’s Real Deal. And so a love of formats was born – particularly first series. Fast forward a few years and her credits include Village of the Year and French Collection (Channel 4), Great Interior Design Challenge (BBC Two), Selling Houses (More 4), Getting The Builders In and Put Your Money Where Your Mouth Is (BBC One), and Paul Hollywood’s City Bakes (Scripps).
Head of Development
Since joining Reef from Maverick TV Ann has focussed her energies on getting returnable factual series commissioned from a variety of broadcasters. To that end she and the development team have built shows around great TV talent like Sarah Beeny, John Sergeant and Penelope Keith - and won business with a range of titles including: Britain’s First Photo Album (BBC Two); Selling Houses with Amanda Lamb (More 4); French Collection (Channel 4) and Penelope Keith’s Hidden Villages (More 4). Her diverse production credits include news, current affairs, documentary series and popular factual formats.