FremantleMedia UK-owned Boundless Productions has tapped Hannah Wyatt (pictured) as its latest MD.
Wyatt replaces outgoing MD Patrick Holland who, in May, announced he would be departing the company to join the BBC as head of documentaries. Having boarded the British indie in March 2014, Wyatt – formerly the creative director at Boundless – worked to expand the label’s production slate under Holland.
A replacement for the creative director position has not yet been announced.
Prior to joining Boundless, Wyatt served as Mentorn Media’s director of programs, where she produced such series as Young and Married for MTV; Watermen: A Dirty Business for BBC2; Hairy Bikers’ Mississippi Adventure and John Torode’s Australia for UKTV Food; and French chef Jean-Christophe Novelli’s Chef Academy for Bravo.
“Hannah has been with the label for over a year, and has established herself as a real asset to Boundless,” said Richard Holloway, interim CEO of FremantleMedia UK, in a statement. “She brings a great deal of experience and creativity to the role, and will be integral to the future growth of the label.”