Emily started out as a researcher on a number of prestigious documentary programmes. She then worked for 15 years as a freelance Production Manager on feature films and high end TV drama before becoming CEO of the Production Guild of Great Britain. Having joined Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden in 2012, she is now responsible for Business Development, Marketing and Operations for Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden, Warner Bros. Leavesden Park and Warner Bros. Set Lighting & Rigging.
David is responsible for overseeing all of Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden’s legal and commercial activities. Before joining Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden, David was General Counsel and Senior Vice President, Legal & Business Affairs for Warner Bros. International Cinemas, a business that pioneered the development of multiplex cinemas outside the US and operated over 190 branded multiplex cinemas across Europe and Asia. David is now celebrating his 20th anniversary at Warner Bros.
Oliver began his career as a theatre Stage Manager and worked in both events management and facilities management before taking the role of Assistant Studio Manager at then Leavesden Studios. Oliver was part of the development team who oversaw the creation of Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden, and was appointed to his current role in 2014. Oliver is now responsible for the full remit of maintenance, development and sustainability for the studio site.
Martin began his career in the hospitality industry, working for a number of prestigious brands in London before joining Warner Bros Studio Tour London in 2013 as Head of Events and Catering, establishing the events division for the Harry Potter franchise at Leavesden. After 8 years, Martin moved to Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden as Director of Studio Operations where he is responsible for studio operational management and production relations on site.
Fiona leads the security operations for both the Studio and the Studio Tour. She joined Warner Bros. Studios Leavesden after retiring as a Senior Police Officer where she had a varied career in investigation, safeguarding, professional standards and borough command, working at events such as the Commonwealth Games and the Queen’s Baton Relay. She has command skills in a number of high threat specialisms and led the armed policing operation for the royal opening of the Studio.
As Director, Virtual Production, Neil provides leadership and direction for day-to-day virtual production operations at V Stage, working with productions to help enhance their creative vision through virtual production. Neil joined WBSL from Sky where he held various production and innovation roles over a 17-year period, most recently as Head of Virtual Production for Sky Studios.