Eleven promotes Carissa Hope Lynch to creative director

Sony Pictures Television’s ‘Sex Education’ Producer Eleven has promoted Carissa Hope Lynch to creative director.

She will report to Eleven founders Joel Wilson and Jamie Campbell.

Hope Lynch has been with Eleven since 2019, working on projects such as White Stork for Netflix and the upcoming young adult horror series Red Rose for the BBC and Netflix. She has also developed a number of projects that have found homes on Channel 4, Netflix, the BBC and Sky and has worked with creatives such as Mark Denton and Jonny Stockwood, Mika Watkins, Harry and Jack Williams, Chandni Lakhani and Paul Andrew Williams and Caroline Bartleet collaborated in this.

She is also passionate about discovering new voices and in 2021 she conceived, designed and moderated Eleven’s screenwriter training program, Duly Noted, in collaboration with Tolula Dada.

In 2022, the second year of the training programme, BBC and Sony Pictures Television also came on board.

Hope Lynch began her career in theater by working for the Graeae Theater Company where she designed part of a national write-to-play program before moving to the Royal Court where she developed, commissioned and produced.

Wilson and Campbell founded Eleven in 2006. The company produces quality drama, documentaries and comedy for the UK and international markets, including Sex Education for Netflix, True Horror for Channel 4, Gap Year for E4 and The Enfield Haunting” for Sky.

Sony Pictures Television acquired a majority stake in Eleven in 2020.

“With vibrant, award-winning shows like ‘Sex Education,’ a thriving production pipeline and a proven track record of nurturing new talent on and off the screen, I couldn’t be more excited to conspire with Joel and Jamie and play a big part in bringing it on.” build on the successes of Eleven,” said Hope Lynch. “It’s hard not to let your imagination run wild given the potential that we and Team Eleven know the next few years could hold.”

Wilson and Campbell added, “At this exciting stage of growth for Eleven, we are delighted that Carissa will help shape the strategic direction of Eleven and the company. She embodies the spirit and ambition of Eleven and we couldn’t be more excited about the future with her.”

https://variety.com/2022/tv/news/eleven-carissa-hope-lynch-1235217903/ Eleven promotes Carissa Hope Lynch to creative director

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