Nahrein Kemp has an MA in Film And Television Studies from the British Film Institute, where she was awarded the Richard Attenborough Scholarship. She began her career in BBC Radio and TV before joining film and TV company, Little Bird where she worked in various production capacities for films including BRIDGET JONES'S DIARY (Renee Zellweger), GANGSTER NO.1 (Paul Bettany), ORDINARY DECENT CRIMINAL and INVICIBLE (directed by Werner Herzog) as well as TV drama such as the International Emmy award winning DIRTY TRICKS (Martin Clunes). She then went onto originate and executive produce the 13 part children's comedy series UNCLE MAX for ITV. She produced the feature documentary SHOT IN BOMBAY for BBC Storyville and the Sundance Channel, which premiered at the Sheffield Doc Fest and at festivals including Hot Docs, SXSW and LA Indian Film Festival and had a limited theatrical release across the UK, supported by the UK Film Council. In 2008, Nahrein produced the second series of UNCLE MAX for the BBC starring David Schneider, Frank Skinner, Meera Syal and Jocelyn Jee Esien. She has worked at Bigger Pictures and as a consultant producer to companies such as Tico Film and Pitstop Productions. Nahrein took part in the INSIDE PICTURES course in 2007, was a mentee on the WFTV mentoring scheme with Pat Younge, Sugar Films as her mentor and was named as a Breakthrough Brit by the UK Film Council, which honoured BAME professionals in the film industry. At Film London, she is working on Equal Access initiatives to ensure TV and Film have a dynamic and diverse workforce. She set up the first ever Return to Work Scheme with funding from Creative Skillset's HETV Fund placing 6 parents in Returnships at Tiger Aspect, Carnival, Twickenham Studios, Objective Media Group, Molinare and Cuba Pictures. She is currently a mentor on the Women In Film and TV Scheme, member of the BAME steering group for the Games London Festival and member of Bafta's New Talent and Learning Commitee.