Team thinkBIGGER! has a wealth of experience in the TV industry - we get it! So please let us know how we can help you.
Edi is Managing Director of thinkBIGGER! Edi has managed relationships with PACT, Bafta, the BFI, the BBC and Channel 4 to name a few. Prior to starting thinkBIGGER! with former partner Clare Beagley, Edi was Head of Short Courses at the National Film & Television School where she started innovative programmes such as the first Production Manager Diploma course in the country; the sell-out Directors' Series and the Writing the Pilot series. She is passionate about developing talent.
Heloise is a factual television producer, who entered the industry through the Channel 4 Production Training Scheme, run by thinkBIGGER!
She has produced studio TV featuring high profile figures from the Prime Minister to Davina McCall. Heloise is passionate about making sure the industry is accessible for everyone, and wants to show they can thrive in their chosen field.
Shelley is a former Casting Exec with 9 years experience in Production. Notching up credits with all the major UK broadcasters, she has also delivered cast for A&E, Lifetime, TLC and Discovery. Working on hit shows the Rap Game UK (BBC3), Secret Crush (ITV), 21 Again (BBC3) and First Dates (C4). Shelley built her career on casting first series and producing on location (Europe, Asia, South America and America).
She is a graduate of C4’s coveted Production Trainee Scheme (2012), announced as One to Watch at the Edinburgh TV Festival (2013) and Broadcast Hotshots (2017).
Shelley joined thinkBIGGER! - the company responsible for her first big break into TV production - as their first Talent Manager. She’s passionate about access and inclusion and is working on ways to invite more talented people into the industry that wouldn’t consider TV to be an option open to them.
Fiona joins us from a career in Production, first on thinkBIGGER!'s Channel4's Production Training Scheme where she worked with Matchlight Productions in Glasgow. After a move to Manchester, she worked at the BBC across a variety of genres, working on factual entertainment Children's TV, to scripted comedy, and live studio education shows. Since leaving the BBC in 2019, she has worked on a variety of shows from motoring show Fifth Gear, BAFTA-winning daytime hit The Great House Giveaway, and reality show The Circle.
thinkBIGGER! is pleased to have a number of associates who help advise, keep our feet firmly in the TV industry, and who are always up for meeting up for a good dinner or a drink!
Abigail Dankwa is a multicamera and fixed rig director whose credits include: Grayson's Art Club, It's Clarkson on TV, 24 Hours in A&E, Jonathan Ross's Comedy Club and Life & Rhymes with Benjamin Zephaniah among many others. She was named a member of the Bafta Breakthrough group in 2020 and is a graduate of the National Film & Television School. Abigail has been a mentor, advisor and trainer to the thinkBIGGER! team.