Beverley Morrison is a creative and highly experienced broadcast and independent producer, director and journalist. A former Editor of STV Children’s regional programming, Beverley produced a raft of factual and drama series for the broadcaster, including The Ice Cream Machine for Channel 5.
As MD of her own production company, Cool Crew, she also produced, CJAQ, the world’s first original drama series for smartphones. The series was fully funded by phone maker iMate. Since then she has executive produced a number of cross-platform projects.
As a journalist, Beverley has produced and directed documentaries and live studio based current affairs and arts programmes, including the award winning Scotland Today, STV's nightly flagship news programme.
In 2012 Beverley won a prestigious IVCA Award with an innovative film, Fresh Start, for Barclays CSR/NACRO.
Coolberry specializes in developing magazine format television shows.
Barbara is a serial entrepreneur, with a background in law and finance. She was co-founder of successful literary agency Redhammer.
Since 2005 she has written and/or co-produced 'In Her Own Words'; 'Silent Voices'; 'Carmen's Kiss'; 'Organisation of Dreams' and 'Darkness Into Light'. She has worked with Joan Lane, who developed the award-winning film the King's Speech.
Her script Rebel is currently with an award winning Hollywood Director. In 2013 she worked with and appeared in 'Secrets of a Suffragette' with Clare Balding.
Barbara runs Blackberry Films - www.barbaragorna.com
DISCOVER CROYDON (2015)
MAKING A FRESH START
DARKNESS INTO LIGHT (2012)
YOUNG DADS TV (Episode 1) 2011
CARMEN'S KISS (2010)
AN ORGANISATION OF DREAMS (2009)
FINDING EMILY (2008)
SILENT VOICES (2006)
IN HER OWN WORDS
Clare Balding's Secrets of a Suffragette | Epsom Derby Festival | Channel 4 Racing