Paris not only heads up project development at Bad Madam, overseeing our slate of productions, but is also a true storyteller. Whilst studying Documentary Film her passion grew for real life stories and creating impactful content with a strong message. After winning several awards, including a Royal Television Society Award, for her graduation film Paris worked with the South Wales police and the BBC to produce a series of docu-dramas that highlighted social issues, including domestic violence, drug abuse, sex work and money laundering.
She went on to produce films for charities such as The Prince’s Trust, Comic Relief, Unicef, the United Nations and WaterAid. By focusing on effective storytelling, Paris is able to delicately portray sensitive subjects, brand stories and social awareness campaigns that are true to the contributors and their audiences to tell the stories that needs to be told.
Most recently Paris has been able to apply her skills to produce more meaningful branded content for John Lewis, H&M, Volkswagen and Amazon.