Alicia Kerr

Executive Producer

Alicia works with Paul Hamann as Executive Producer across Wild’s documentary output.  She Executive Produced Miriam’s Big American Adventure for BBC1 and is the Executive Producer on successful returning observational docs series The Cruise for ITV – now in its 6th series, as well as developing ideas for a range of broadcasters and on demand platforms.

Prior to her Executive Producer role at Wild Pictures, Alicia series produced 2 series of observational series The Zoo for ITV1 and directed a one hour single film about serial fraudsters.

Alicia has a strong track record as a producer and director of single documentaries for the BBC and C4, including Goldsmiths: But is it Art? for BBC4, The World’s Cleverest Child & Me and The World’s Richest Teenager & Me and single films about both Rod Hull and Frank Bruno – all for C4 documentaries. For the BBC she made the investigative stunt driven Mischief: Britain’s Really Disgusting Meat for Documentaries and Music, Money and Hip Hop Honeys for Current Affairs. She has worked at a number of independents including Films of Record and Wall to Wall.

BBC trained, Alicia worked on the BAFTA Award winning series of Louis Theroux’s Weird Weekends – on the South African white separatist film and directing the Female Bodybuilders film as well as two of the When Louis Met…series; Max Clifford and Chris Eubank.

Sometimes working between documentary and other genres she has also directed Grand Designs, Series Produced C4’s The Sex Education Show and worked with renegade comedian Dennis Pennis on the Sunday Show.