About Bryony Hopkins
I'm a London based senior producer, writer and speaker with seven years experience working for one of the biggest media organisations in the world, as well as many other publications. I've worked across short digital video, long-form documentaries, text and social media; most recently writing articles and producing, directing and presenting films for BBC News and BBC Three. My films 'Surviving Lockdown', a look at domestic abuse during the coronavirus pandemic received over 1m views across BBC social platforms. My film 'But You Don't Look Sick' received over 2m views, and was picked up by multiple publications in the UK and abroad. I am passionate about telling a good story through words and stunning visuals - whether that be social posts, scripts for film, branded content or articles. I thrive in a fast paced environment and have significant experience in pre and post production. I look for fresh lifestyle perspectives on pop culture issues, and normalising chronic illness and disability representation is a key theme running through my portfolio and I recently co-founded a specific gut health community called Bad Gut Club. I am a BIG foodie and like to eat (and talk about it) a lot. Offline I am a book-worm, coffee drinker and interior lover. I have a soft-spot for beaches and espresso martinis - in that order.