Alasdair heads up business development and external relationships for the Flame group.

Drawing on his previous life as a journalist and producer Alasdair has the first-hand experience to help producers accomplish their production goals at all stages from concept to broadcast.

Establishing and maintaining relationships with key players such as networks, government bodies, and brands, Alasdair is able to help productions piece together funding from a variety of sources and potentially unexplored possibilities.

Alasdair also manages Flame’s stock footage business as well as the Flame Coproduction Alliance, a network of likeminded producers combining strengths and resources to create international content for the Flame Distribution catalogue.

Working with the Distribution team, Alasdair is actively involved with the creation of new concepts and programme ideas, including the writing of treatments, finance plans, and collecting sales forecasts.

Alasdair also regularly attends broadcast conferences to track new markets and emerging trends, to bring new clients and opportunities to Flame’s ever-growing offering.



Rebecca is an Adelaide based producer with 10 years experience in production, across film, series and TVCs. She is an Associate Producer at KOJO Studios and their JV company with LA-based Stampede Ventures, The Alliance, working in Development and Production across both their slates. She is currently line producing KOJO’s SBS Viceland project A BEGINNER’S GUIDE TO GRIEF.

In 2019 she was selected to participate in Screen Producers Australia’s One To Watch initiative, mentored by GoodThing Production’s Head of Factual Charlotte Wheaton, and received the Emerging Producer Award at the South Australian Screen Awards.

In 2017, her two documentary proposals were selected for production by ABC Arts’ Art Bites initiative. UNBOXED, a portrait series profiling Australian gender diverse artists produced with Epic Films’ Kirsty Stark, and LESSONS FROM A MIDDLE CLASS ARTIST, about a struggling musician travelling to America to learn from a novelty song performer, were released on ABC iview in April 2018.

For six years Rebecca presented and produced a 90 minute weekly live radio programme called Behind the Screens focusing on the Australian screens industry on community station Radio Adelaide.


Sancia has worked on some of Australia’s most successful television and radio shows, as a casting producer, and also as a performer.

As a television talent producer her work includes ‘Spicks and Specks’, ‘First Contact II”, “Luke Warm Sex’, ‘Everyone’s a Critic’, “Santo, Sam and Ed’s Cup Fever’, ‘Adam Hillis in Gordon St’ Thank God You’re Here’ and the under-rated AD/BC.

She trained at NIDA and has performed lead roles for STC, MTC, Malthouse, Belvoir along with numerous guest roles on television, including the upcoming ‘Fires’ for ABC.

Her work has toured work internationally, most notably with her one-woman show with STC “What is the Matter with Mary Jane?” ‘Five stars out of five- kill to get a ticket’ The Scotsman.

She is also a published author for Random House and Currency Press and teaches acting for NIDA, NIDA Open, 16th St & the National Theatre (Melb).



Kylie is BBC Studios ANZ’s first Director of Production, joining in September 2018 to launch the new production arm. She has a wealth of experience in adapting international formats for the Australian market, and developing and overseeing formatted factual entertainment.
In her role, Kylie exploits the rich potential of BBC Studios’ format catalogue, drives the creation of new intellectual property and builds creative partnerships between BBC Studios’ editorial teams in the UK and Australian broadcasters and digital platforms.
Kylie joined BBC Studios from Matchbox Pictures, where she was Director of Unscripted from 2012-2018. Here she developed, pitched and oversaw casting, production and delivery of 16 series, building a slate from scratch when NBCU bought out Matchbox in 2014. Titles included: Real Housewives of Melbourne and Sydney for Foxtel; Real Housewives of Auckland for Bravo NZ; Australian Spartan for Seven; Room 101 for SBS; original format Formal Wars for Seven; and original arts entertainment series, Everyone’s A Critic, for ABC. She also set up the Matchbox Asia business, which successfully delivered content across all of NBCU’s Channels within Asia.
From 2006-2012, Kylie was a series producer and development producer for Active TV, working across 14 titles in a range of genres. She adapted Prank Patrol for ABC3, which also went out on CBBC in the UK and was nominated for Most Outstanding Children’s TV Show at the 2011 Logies. Other titles include: The Amazing Race Australia for Seven, Amazing Race Asia for Sony’s AXN, To Be Or Not To Be for Foxtel’s Movie Extra, and adapting Cash Cab into Asia.
Prior to this, Kylie worked as a freelance producer and director on independent documentaries, as well as some of Australia’s biggest formatted shows, including seven series of Big Brother for Channel Ten and I’m A Celebrity Get Me Out of Here for ITV1.


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