Carrie Britton

Head of Training

Carrie has over thirty years’ experience in TV as an award nominated Executive Producer, Series Producer and Director from flagship documentary series such as ‘Cutting Edge’ to ‘Who Do You Think You Are’. She was the Managing Director of the Indie Training Fund providing training to over 100 TV production companies and is a qualified educator. She has trained independently for the BFI Documentary Course, Anglia Ruskin University MA in Film & TV, GSM London and The London Film Academy.

Carrie has worked in Talent Acquisition for ten years in both scripted and unscripted for the BBC, BBC Studios and many leading independent production companies including Nutopia, RDF, Endemol Shine, Hat Trick, Curve, IWC Media and Zinc Media.

At BBC Studios she worked in D&I as an Inclusion Advocate and set up and Co-Chaired ABILITY, the staff network for disabled talent. Carrie is neurodivergent being Dyslexic. She is currently producing a BFI/Documentary Society funded feature documentary on growing up neurodivergent. She is a Disability Consultant, a trained Mental Health First Aider and a member of BAFTA, WFTV, the Royal Television Society’s Futures Committee and an  Independent Member of the London Film Academy Governance Board.