Creative Director Sadie Kaye started in television as a children’s TV presenter on TVB, ITV, Nickelodeon and Disney Channel. She’s devised, co-written, presented and performed in comedy and entertainment series for indies and broadcasters in London, including Maverick, BBC3, E4, Channel 4, MTV, cable & web.
In 2012 she played shambolic presenter Miss Adventure (a role she had been inadvertently rehearsing for her entire career) in an improvised skit with rock band Motorhead for Funny or Die, before taking the character onto RTHK Radio 3. She’s recently been writing & performing as ‘Miss Adventure’ in sketch shows and a mockumentary, Fake News.
Sadie’s produced & presented documentary shorts and feature-length films with a social enterprise purpose for Sky, Discovery, Channel 4 and France 3, including Sailing Miss Sadie, Ship of Fools, Tucker’s Luck, Wild Horses, Polo Field of Dreams & The CSJ Awards.
Like many of her children’s television peers, Sadie has bipolar disorder. In 2015 she produced and presented a documentary about her condition for RTHK. The Bipolar Express was Highly Commended by the Association for International Broadcasting in 2015. The following year, it won an internal RTHK Award.
Her sequel doc, As Bad As It Gets, is due to air on RTHK later this year. She’s presenting a weekly podcast for RTHK and Mental Ideas exploring innovative approaches to tackling mental health. The Mental Ideas Podcast launches Dec 2018. She’s founder of Mental Ideas and Bipolar Hong Kong, an ambassador for The Prince’s Trust, co-founder of ASLI and patron for the Reformed Foundation.
Contact Sadie: firstname.lastname@example.org