I’m Ian Ravenscroft, a writer, filmmaker, and creative digital producer.

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I’m Ian Ravenscroft, a versatile and creative digital producer with over 10 years’ experience in video, social, web, interactive, animation, writing, and strategy projects.

I’ve worked with major broadcasters such as BBC Three, Channel 4, and Nickelodeon, as well as being part of innovation teams at the BBC’s Digital Guerrillas, and running digital design projects with a selection of top agencies.

I spent two years at BBC Three working across content production and development as we won the RTS and Broadcast Digital Channel of the Year. And previously, I was a member of the BBC Digital Guerrillas innovation lab developing and producing innovative content for the BBC’s young, diverse online communities.

On the agency side, I’ve worked for Meshed, Made, and Fast-Fwd running large-scale online projects with designers and developers, as well as creating and executing social media strategies and community building campaigns for big arts, culture, and corporate clients.

On the creative side, I have also been a screenwriter and producer making award-winning original short films with Dice Productions. Commissions include projects for Channel 4, Nickelodeon, Factory, and UK Film Council such as animated comedies Don’t Fear Death starring Rik Mayall, Duckmanboy starring Rasmus Hardiker and Mike Wozniak, and Man In A Cat, starring Kevin Eldon and Josie Long.

I am currently Senior Digital Creative Producer at Fast-Fwd where I run a range of digital projects. I am also developing new creative work as a writer.

In a nutshell, I’m a multi-skilled digital creative looking to lead the way in engaging people, entertaining audiences, and pushing boundaries.

Email me: ianjravenscroft@gmail.com
Follow me on Twitter: @Ravonski

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Credits, Awards & Press

Selected Credits

Edit Hub – BBC Three
Amazing Humans – BBC Three
Yay Or Nay – BBC Three
Myths About Self Harm – BBC Three
Eye To Eye – BBC Three
Spoken Word – BBC Three
My Mental Health In VR -BBC Three
Perfect Noodles – BBC Three
Talking Balls – BBC Three
Snapchat Takeover – BBC Three
Life on the Line – BBC Three
BBC Shakespeare Live – BBC Shakespeare
Jim’s Celeb Blender – BBC Three/BBC Taster
Thirteen – #FindTheGirl – BBC Three
Odd Taste – BBC Taster
Ramadan in a Day – BBC Asian Network
Croissant – Dice Productions
DuckManBoy – Nickelodeon
Undead Pets – Factory
Gregory is a Dancer – Channel 4
Don’t Fear Death – Channel 4
Anna & Katy – Channel 4
Lady Mail Man – Dice Productions
All Consuming Love (Man in a Cat) – UK Film Council/Screen WM
Newsjack – BBC Radio 4 Extra
Lessons From Baghdad – Dice Productions


London Short Film Festival – Best Comedy Short
London Comedy Film Festival – Discovery Award
Best Story – Multivision
BBC Taster Awards – Editor’s Choice
Animated Exeter – Independent Talent Award
Krok International Animation Festival – Best First Professional Film
Anibar International Animation Festival – Public Award
Limelight Awards – Best Animation
Moonrise Film Festival – Best International Short Film
Moonrise Film Festival Audience Choice Best Animation
British Animation Awards – Best Short Film Nominee
British Animation Awards – Public Choice Nominee
RTS Royal Television Society Midlands – Best Drama/Fictional Programme Nominee
Broadcast Digital Awards – Best Programme Support Nominee
BBC Production Awards – Team Award for Innovation Nominee
Shooting People – Short of the Month Nominee
Vimeo – Staff Pick All Consuming Love (Man in a Cat)
Vimeo – Staff Pick Don’t Fear Death
Vimeo – Staff Pick Gregory is a Dancer
Vimeo – Staff Pick DuckManBoy

Selected Press

Inside BBC Three’s transmedia campaign ahead of the Thirteen premiere
How #findthegirl engaged the BBC Three audience
Sight & Sound – 9th London Short Film Festival: Nine of the best
Skwigly Magazine – DuckManBoy interview
Rik Mayall: GuardianTelegraphMetroHuffington Post
The Metro, The PokeShortlist
British Comedy Guide’s Top 12 Online Comedy Films of 2013
Cartoon Brew Feature
British Comedy Guide Feature
Director’s Notes Feature
Birmingham Post interview
CSFTA awards pick