WHAT WE DO
We are a female-led production company based in south-west Scotland with the purpose of creating captivating, original stories that make us see the world a little differently. We bring to life stories that ignite audience engagement and transform and strengthen our connections to one another, embracing the infinite imagination and power of stories to transcend all our differences and discover universal connections.
An author, screenwriter and director, Jessica's love of stories and images began at the age of 5 when she realized dressing in a Superman costume did not in fact grant you super powers. Thus a life of creating, stories, directing and play/collaboration was born.
Her formal film education began at FAMU, the National Film School in Prague studying screenwriting and directing. Inspired by the connection between stories and scientific exploration, she graduated Phi Beta Kappa from Franklin and Marshall College with a B.A. in Folklore/Mythology and Astronomy.
First shadowing directors and producers, from The Honolulu Theater for Youth to WNET in New York, Fox then founded Mythic Image Studios, creating music videos, shorts, commercials and documentaries. Her writing/directing work includes The Dresden Doll’s “The First Last Tour”, “Bluebeard” (North Hampton, Maryland and Boston Int. Film Festivals), “Birth” a Kickstarted funded experimental animation, music videos for Zoe Bestel, The Bookshop Band, Super Hot Joy and commercials for Spring Fling, Hidden Genius, The Bookshop, Wigtown Book Festival among others. She is also currently XpoNorth’s film sector specialist.
Binge watching classic movies before it was trendy, spending her free time in the Edinburgh university film library basement making her way through the Hitchcock catalogue, and spending every Wednesday night in the cinema learning about the history of European cinema, Tricia was destined for film school. So after graduating in French and German, she went on to study at the the European Film College in Denmark.
That led to a series of film and arts roles in Denmark and the UK, including CPH:DOX Copenhagen Film Festival, The Royal Lyceum Theatre, the Scottish Documentary Institute, the Scottish Chamber Orchestra and the Edinburgh International Festival.
For the past 6 years, BBC Scotland has been her home, with the odd spell with other independent companies such as Mentorn, STV and Channel 5. She's worked as a Researcher and Producer across a wide variety of content, including BBC Radio Scotland's flagship arts programme, The Afternoon Show and as and Executive PA in BBC Studios. Currently, Tricia is a Production Journalist in BBC News, and beyond excited to be working with Jessica Fox as co-founder of Innerwell Media.