Brazen Productions was formed in July 2017 by producer Jules Hussey in order to develop projects with and about autistic, neurodivergent, and disabled creatives. It is grounded in Jules’ own lived experience and her ongoing support of an older sibling with learning disabilities and was also formed to make the most of her memorable surname!
Brazen seeks to work with a diverse talent base in development and in production – in front of and behind the camera. We are proud to be a Disability Confident Employer.
Brazen projects are bold, challenging, often funny and always inclusive.
Annie and Jules first worked together in post-production on a BBC drama in 2021 before she joined Brazen. Annie loves to champion often-unheard voices, using her lived experience in the disabled and neurodivergent communities to bring authentic and inclusive stories to life. She is also a screenwriter, and recently completed the ITV Original Voices scheme with Emmerdale and is in the Screen Yorkshire FLEX 2022 cohort. Annie has placed twice in the Nicholl Fellowship contest, reaching the semifinals in 2021 and is a current quarterfinalist in 2022.