Camilla Lewis, Joint CEO, Curve Media

Camilla Lewis is joint CEO of Curve Media, an unscripted production company with production bases in London, Cardiff and Dublin, and production capability globally. Curve specialises in high quality long-running factual and entertainment shows for the world’s biggest networks including BBC, Discovery Networks, ITV, Channel 4, Viacom, and Sky. 

In the past four years Curve has grown its slate to include the high-profile returnable shows Vicky McClure: My Dementia Choir (BBC One), Claimed and Shamed (BBC One), A Matter of Life and Debt (BBC One), Call The Cleaners (ITV1), Testing Britain’s Drivers (ITV1), How to Make Your Marriage Work (Channel 4), Paradise Headhunters (Channel 4), 999: On The Front Line (Channel 4), Trauma Doctors (Channel 5), Undercover: Nailing The Fraudsters (Channel 5), Salvage Hunters (Discovery Networks), Classic Cars (Discovery Networks), Restorers (Discovery Networks), My Extraordinary Pregnancy (TLC).

Curve Media was formed in 2014 by key creatives Rob Carey and Camilla Lewis, following a management buyout of Cineflix Productions. 

Camilla Lewis joined Cineflix at the end of 2011 with the task of growing UK Production. In that time she created and pitched returnable series at BBC One, Channel 4, Channel 5 and Sky One. 

Previous to Cineflix, Camilla was the Head of Factual Features at talkbackTHAMES (FremantleMedia) where she created Great British Railway Journeys and Four Rooms and oversaw the producer’s other factual brands including some of the UK’s biggest rating formats such as Grand Designs and Property Ladder.

Camilla began her career producing factual and current affairs strands including Watchdog.  In 2001, Camilla became Deputy Editor of Tomorrow’s World before being appointed Head of Factual at CBBC the following year, where she commissioned and executive produced all factual programming, including RTS and BAFTA winners. 
In 2003, she became an Executive Producer in the BBC’s specialist factual department, responsible for high profile, critically acclaimed output including Trauma and Should I Worry About…?

Harriet Palmer