Jess Austin.

Development Executive

Jess works across development and production, and since joining Expectation has developed the department’s first factual drama “Make Me Famous” for BBC3, as well as an upcoming feature documentary “Family 23” for BBC Two, and a Channel 4 documentary series “The Girl That Cried Wolf”.

Alongside working in development, she’s produced the BBC2 film “Hunting The Essex Lorry Killers” as well as upcoming series “The Girl That Cried Wolf” which tells the stranger than fiction story of allegations of a false grooming ring in the Cumbrian town of Barrow-in-Furness.

Prior to joining Expectation, Jess worked across development and production in house at the BBC, and at a range of indies, including Blast! Films, Ricochet and Lambent. Her production credits include “Adrian Chiles: Alcohol and Me”, “Saving Lives at Sea” and “Find Me A Family”.