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Freelance Executive Producer
Julian Scott has been developing, financing and co-producing television in the international arena for over twenty years. Corporate roles at Los Angeles’ Walt Disney International Television and Sesame Workshop in New York are in his back pocket. Now a consulting executive producer Scott works with individuals and companies big and small who need his expertise in developing, financing and delivering commercially viable content.
Away from the day job he has served BAFTA as Chair of the Children’s Committee and as an elected member of the main Television Committee and Education Commitee. He has been involved with PACT’s policy group for Children’s media, and is a regular speaker and moderator at industry conferences.
The Creative Edge?
Diversity in the workplace should not be about boring quotas and ticking boxes: it’s about what fresh perspectives different types of people can bring to the table. Either through disrupting thought processes, challenging assumptions or simply by being their brilliant selves, this panel know first-hand what being different and including different perspectives can mean in terms of fuelling creativity. The children’s media industry misses out creatively if we overlook differently-abled and neurodiverse people. Creativity is the lifeblood of what we do, after all! This lively panel brings together some amazing and diverse talent to discuss how inclusion in working teams…