Comedy and science. Together at last. A nerdy comedy fan with producing and writing chops for web and broadcast. Plenty of development experience, and lots of hands on skills to make ideas come to life. Previous credits include: Dara O Briain's School of Hard Sums (Dave), Breaking Magic (Discovery), Gadget Man (Ch4),, Doctor Who The Fan Show (Youtube), The Show What You Wrote (Radio 4).
Comedy producer and science producer for Youtube channels - including Doctor Who The Fan Show, new comedy talent format Debatable for BBC Brit, No Need to Watch with Jake Yapp and BritLab science. Developing, writing, shooting, editing: the whole schmorgazboard.
Development on comedy tech formats for ITV1 and Discovery, editing taster tapes, producing pitch documents.
Format development working across factual and science. Involved in development for the BBC 2015 coding season and work for the Natural History department on landmarks and formatted series.
Assistant producer on international format Breaking Magic for Discovery. Stunts and tricks with scientific concepts. Working with magicians, magic producers and scientists to create new effects and develop ideas into working performances. I.e. developing a system whereby a secret message could be recorded in complete silence on to someone's real mobile phone, or creating a rig where water appears to travel backwards in front of an audience's eyes.
Developing original questions from mathematical concepts and adapting other content from the original Japanese gameshow for Dara o Briain's School of Hard Sums: the geekiest comedy on Dave so far. Working with comedy talent and writing skits and VTs for use in the studio record. Sourcing locations, props and comedy extras.
MA specialising in the works of Stephen King, queer studies and London literature.
Finalist (one of three) for the Sky Funny Women Writing Award judged by Lucy Lumsden. http://funnywomen.com/2011/09/21/comedy-writing-award-finalist-elise-bramich/
Finalist in the Sitcom Trials in 2009 with a 20 minute radio play performed by Comedian's Comedian Stuart Goldsmith and Perfect Movie's Rich Sandling. Made it in to the final 5 of 380 entries. http://kevfcomicart.blogspot.co.uk/2009/09/sitcom-trials-finalists-announced.html