Sarah-Jane has led award-winning production teams to deliver creative and strategic content for an impressive list of clients.
SJ’s extensive and diverse experience includes TV advertising and digital branded content for agencies and clients such as Volkswagen, Nike and Rolex; bid films for the FA and Sochi 2014; and multi-award winning television programming for leading UK and international broadcasters including the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, HBO and PBS.
Previously, as Head of Production Factual, SJ produced the globally acclaimed BAFTA winning ‘In-Colour’ series and large scale televised events including the British Style Awards and the Princess Diana Concert of Hope.
SJ leads Evoke's key accounts, creative partnerships and client relationships.
Diana has developed and produced some of the UK’s most successful formats for top broadcasters Channel 4, ITV and Channel 5. At Evoke, she puts this experience to good use, leading teams to produce original content for clients such as Sainsbury’s, C4, PHD Drum, Y&R, Lloyds and London Fashion Week.
Recently Diana oversaw two award-winning Opening Films for Channel 4’s major sports events; the F1 British Grand Prix and the Grand National. She also executive produced the ground-breaking and award-winning brand funded series 'Sainsbury's and Channel 4 Present...' which put a selection of exceptional athletes at the heart of a hugely successful Paralympics campaign.
Diana heads up Evoke’s development team generating fresh, original ideas and campaigns for brands and broadcasters.
With expertise in TV commercials, experiential event films, virals, music promos and broadcast programming Loris is responsible for managing all commercial, legal and operational aspects of Evoke Films.
Loris has built up an impressive network of contacts, having produced films all over the world for clients such as Nike, Manchester United, St Andrew's Links Trust, AELTC, Rolex, Mazda, Unilever, BBC, Discovery Channel and VisitBritain.
Loris wrote and directed his first shorts at film school in Miami. Realizing he was better suited to producing, Loris poured his infectious enthusiasm for the moving image into a successful television and advertising career in the UK.