Brazen Productions began with multi award winning drama producer Jules Hussey in order to develop and produce projects inclusively and collaboratively and to treat people well at every stage. It is grounded in Jules’ own lived experience and her ongoing support of an older autistic sibling with learning disabilities. Jules is a co-founder of the CallIt! app to help create fairer and safer workplaces and is The TV Foundation mentor of the year 2024. Jules was raised in Nottinghamshire, studied in Stirling and LA and lives in London.


Annie Grace first worked with Jules in post-production on a BBC drama in 2021. Having demonstrated her organisational skills Annie joined Brazen as an assistant. Two years on and Annie - a screenwriter and novelist - discovers, develops, advocates for and supports new and established writers across the Brazen slate. Annie lives and works in York.


Jess spent a decade as a multi-disciplinary theatre-maker, writer, director and producer. Her work specialises in collaboration with disabled, Deaf, LD, autistic and ND artists and contributors, and other marginalised groups. The art Jess makes is joyful, disruptive, inclusive and eclectic. Jess is neurodivergent, a Total Theatre award winner, hails from Croydon.


Oliver Grieve is an experienced freelance Script Editor, with credits such as Phoenix Rise, Ralph & Katie, Deadline, The Luminaries, and The Crown. As a deaf, queer creative, he is a keen advocate for accessibility and visibility throughout the industry, and has worked on several schemes to support up-and-coming disabled writers for Film4 and the BFI.