Jessie studied at the University of West London and has a BA (Hons) degree in Television and Radio Broadcasting.
Since joining, as well as working on various co-productions, corporate projects and taster shoots for One Tribe TV set both in the UK and abroad, Jessie has worked on both BAFTA nominated series of 'Extreme Wales with Richard Parks', BBC Obs Doc 'Richard Parks on Everest', the 2017/2018 / 2018/2019 ONE Show films, our BBC regional / BBC4 Documentary ‘Civilisations: The Remains of Slavery', BBC1’s 'The Truth About Antibiotcs', and Channel 4’s 'Inside The Bomb Squad.
After 10 years working in corporate entertainment and branded content for British Airways, Aisling returned to broadcast TV to produce the 3-initial series of The Only Way is Essex, and then began a successful career working as a development producer with a number of companies, including Optomen, Objective, Waddell Media, Channel 5 and BBC.
Aisling started working as Head of Development at One Tribe TV in 2017 and has been involved in a number of documentaries commissioned by major broadcasters - including The Truth About Antibiotics, for BBC1, Inside the Bomb Squad for Channel 4 and Dirty Vegan for BBC Wales.
At the BBC’s Natural History Unit, Dale series produced the multi-BAFTA/Emmy award winning landmark series “Human Planet”. The 8 x 60 series had a budget of $1.5million per episode and was one of the biggest international sellers for BBC Worldwide in 2011. Human Planet was the first BBC landmark series to work within the BBC Earth brand and Dale worked very closely with the BBC Earth/Worldwide team for four years to build the brand, product and marketing that went with the series. Human Planet was nominated for 8 BAFTA’s (a record for a documentary) winning two for editing and cinematography and the series won a raft of other high profile industry awards. Dale co-wrote the book that accompanied the series.
Dale prides herself in still being a “hands-on” producer and director who is able to translate complex subjects into entertaining yet informative television content for mass audiences around the world. She is used to managing complex multi-camera productions with large teams, as well as smaller documentary units. Dale has filmed and worked in more than 60 countries. She has run a range of network prime-time shows as both a Show Runner and EP for ITV, BBC, Channel 4 and Discovery. She has produced Bear Grylls on a number of shows including Mission Survive, a factual entertainment show for ITV with a budget of over $1m per episode.
Dale was the individual recipient of the 2011 Royal Geographical Society’s, Cherry Kearton Medal and Award for Natural History Photography and Cinematography. Dale also works as a travel writer for the Daily Telegraph and National Geographic Traveller, she’s is a film judge, guest university lecturer and a well-established professional public speaker working for American and British companies. She is also a member of BAFTA and Directors UK.
Previous credits include: Gold Rush, World’s Toughest Drive, Dirty Vegan, Wildman To Iron Man, Grain Planet and The One Show.
Owen began his career at Channel Four News before moving to BBC News, working on Breakfast and Newsnight. In BBC Features he was showrunner on some of the UK’s most popular and enduring brands inclluding Watchdog, Crimewatch, Holiday (BBC1), Homefront (BBC2) and many more. As Executive Producer he was part of the team that brought RHS Chelsea Flower Show coverage back to the BBC. He created many BBC popular formats including Departure Lounge, The Flying Gardener, Holiday Hit Squad and Charlie’s Garden Army. His long-form documentary credits range from Cold Case (BBC1) and Million Dollar Moon Rock Heist (NatGeo, RTS Best International Documentary) to Fame: Remember My Name? (BBC1). As Commissioning Editor he was instrumental in the launch of The ONE Show.
After leaving the BBC in he worked as Head of Popular Factual for Icon Films where his credits include: Sleepover at the Zoo (BBC4), Seven Days that Made the Fuhrer (Five), Secret Histories (Ch4), Betty White Goes Wild (NatGeo Wild), Animal Airport (Animal Planet), Secrets of Dead (WNET/PBS).
Owen joined One Tribe TV as Creative Director in 2016 where his credits include: Inside the Bomb Squad (Channel 4), The Truth About Antibiotics (BBC1), Britain’s Biggest Families (ITV1) and Jonnie’s Blade Camp (Channel 4).
Francesca is the Production Coordinator at One Tribe TV, based in both the Cardiff and Bath offices. Francesca has worked on BBC 1 Wales’ Wild Man to Ironman, Dirty Vegan Series 1 & 2, The Great Indoors, BBC1 West The Great Staycation: Glastonbury, Get-away with the Fairies, BBC1’s The One Show, Our Lives: Our Island Home, BBC Scotland’s Accidental Renovators, BBC Sounds I was 30, I’m now 15, Channel 4’s Inside The Bomb Squad, Jonnie’s Blade Camp and BBC Radio Wales’ Sunday Morning with Anna Ryder Richardson. Francesca is currently working on a blue-chip natural history series Wonders of the Celtic Deep for BBC Wales, a family documentary for ITV, and also working on her first role as a Junior Production Manager for the second series of Sunday Morning with Anna Ryder Richardson for BBC Radio Wales. Francesca also works heavily across One Tribe TV’s sister company One Tribe Talent as the Talent Coordinator.
Outside of work, Francesca loves going to music festivals and travelling. Francesca’s favourite places to which she’s travelled are San Francisco and Bali.
Sonny has worked across all of our main productions including 'The Truth About Antibiotics' (BBC1), 'Wild Man to Iron Man' & Dirty Vegan' (BBC1 Wales), 'Inside Bomb Squad' (Channel 4), and 'Our Lives’ a primetime documentary called “Our Island Home” which featured on BBC1 Wales.
Sonny regularly re-visits his Scottish roots to shoot an exciting production for BBC Scotland which is currently looking to be a two-year project. Recently he has been first camera on our films for 'The One Show' (BBC1).
He is no stranger to the great outdoors and loves an adventure. He has travelled through Europe, hoping to one day tick off every European country, having recently visited countries like Montenegro, Switzerland and Italy, filming his experiences along the way.
Before One Tribe, Mimi worked as a researcher for Boundless Productions on two series for BBC One and ITV, as well as working as a runner for Directors Cut UK at their edit suites in London.
Outside of her work at One Tribe, Mimi has directed for stage and screen. Most recently directing a short for BBC Sesh called ‘Dial In’ and in January 2020 a production of F. Scott Fitzgerald’s ’The Great Gatsby’ at the Northcott Theatre in Exeter.
Alongside television, Mimi’s other passion is travel; which has taken her through 6 continents. The next destinations she'd like to tick off her list are Japan and Mexico.
Justine applies enthusiasm to every aspect of her life and embraces a challenge. A team player with a keen eye for trouble shooting, she is proactive in introducing and facilitating new initiatives. Since joining One Tribe TV in 2020, Justine has been Production Manager on Wonders of the Celtic Deep for BBC Wales, Jonnie’s Blade Camp for Channel 4, Sunday Morning with Anna Ryder Richardson for BBC Radio Wales and Legends of Welsh Sport for BBC Wales. Justine is our Head of HR.
Justine has also found time to raise two sons, travel extensively worldwide, practise yoga and run the London Marathon in 2015, which she considers her biggest achievement.
Daisy joined One Tribe TV as a development researcher in October 2020 after taking the plunge from growing up on a farm in the Hampshire countryside to Bristol. This is her first role in TV. Outside of work, she enjoys reading, being outdoors and of course, watching TV. She also hopes to do more travelling as soon as she can.
Daf’s love for television and film was sparked aged 19. He presented the documentary film “A Life With Less” telling the story of his uncle, who lived with the illness cystic fibrosis. Daf later went on to be a guest speaker at the 2019 European Cystic fibrosis Conference where he discussed the making of the film. Outside of work, he loves watching and playing sport. Daf is now currently aiming to make Great Britain’s first ever Roundnet squad.
Lauren started at One Tribe TV in 2018 as a Runner, and quickly progressed into the role of Edit Assistant, and now Junior Editor - editing films for The ONE Show and One Tribe’s up and coming observational documentary for Channel 4.
Lauren is also our Client and Project Manager for One Tribe Films, directing and editing broadcast quality corporate productions for local organisations, businesses, and charities - such as Thekla Bristol, International Schools Partnership, Gympanzees UK, and the NHS.
Find out more about One Tribe Films on our website: www.onetribetv.co.uk/one-tribe-films
Recent productions Sam has worked on include: 'Dirty Vegan S1+S2' (BBC1 Wales), The Great Staycation: Glastonbury Get Away With The Fairies (BBC1 West), 'Our Lives | Our Island Home' (BBC1), 'The Truth About Antibiotics' (BBC1), 'Wild Man to Iron Man' and 'Inside The Bomb Squad' (Channel 4). Sam also regularly edits our films for 'The One Show' (BBC1).
While in Los Angeles, Jack worked for at INE Entertainment as a junior development researcher. After graduating he joined Bad Wolf Studios where he worked as a floor runner and occasional body double on HBO’s A Discovery of Witches and Industry, before later working on several commercials and network dramas.
Jack has worked in One Tribe’s Bath and Cardiff offices as a Senior Development Researcher on a variety of projects from crime and history specialist factual to travelogues and cooking formats. While at One Tribe, Jack has shot and directed taster tapes, helped develop a relationship with the US market, and worked on the Blue-Chip Natural History Series Wonders of the Celtic Deep.
He is a bit of a human sponge for information and enjoys reading and watching a wide variety of books and films - this luckily makes him a dab hand at pub quiz.
Originally from Devon, Tom studied BA Journalism in Cardiff at the University of Glamorgan, graduating in 2013. Half Welsh, Tom is an avid rugby fan but also a keen Dungeons & Dragons player. His other interests include: video gaming, cycling and reading.
Previous credits include: Keeping Up With Britain's Biggest Families, Jonnie's Blade Camp, The One Show, Dirty Vegan & Panorama.
Outside of work, Olive is an avid reader, enjoys cooking, walking, travelling and, when she can get to it, scuba diving! She learnt when she was 13 years old off the coast of Egypt in the Red Sea, has since gained an advanced open water qualification and is aiming to reach Dive Master status.
Joe has been making films since a young age and in 2016 was selected for the BFI Animation and VFX Academy where his interest in the industry was cemented. He continued to create films through school and built a successful clientele making films for local businesses and weddings.
Joe’s grandfather headed up the production of steel in South Wales, whilst Joe himself grew up in Bridgend. Not surprisingly then, he is a keen rugby supporter.
He also likes to travel and spent most of last year living in Vancouver, where he spent his time snowboarding and hiking.
His experience ranges from being part of a 70-strong production for primetime entertainment series to managing small, entirely self-sufficient teams in some of the most remote and hostile corners of the World. He’s worked without power, accommodation or drinking water on expeditions in the jungles of Guyana, outback Australia, British Columbia and the Kamchatka peninsula in Eastern Russia. He has lived and worked in SE Asia, spent months shooting in the jungles of South America and braved the cold and altitude of Antarctica and Kilimanjaro.
A background in white-water kayaking and the outdoors plays a large part in this success. Rob loves filming in and around water and has excellent water safety, Media Diving HSE, Hostile Environment and trauma first-aid training.
His camera is never far from the action whether running alongside extreme endurance athletes, hanging from cliffs and helicopters or swimming alongside predatory fish as big as himself. Personable and relaxed Rob is always listening out for great content and building strong relationships with talent and contributors, as well keeping an eye out for the next great shot. He was principal camera on both series of Extreme Wales.
Recent credits include: Bear Grylls’ Mission Survive (ITV); World’s Toughest Army (BBC); Monster Fish (Nat Geo Wild US); Britain’s Biggest Adventures with Bear Grylls (ITV) and Xtreme Endurance: Race to the Pole (Ch 5). Rob has also had stills published in National Geographic Magazine.
Liv has a passion for all things theatre and has performed across a number of venues including the Bath Theatre Royal. Alongside work, she is currently volunteering for a drama therapy charity, working with children and young adults. This is Liv’s first role in TV, in which she is excited to grow and develop her skillset.