Jamie Hendry

Jamie set-up JHP in 2008 to produce and develop exciting work in collaboration with leading arts figures. Jamie has produced and co-produced over 30 major productions including three Olivier Award-winning musicals.

In 2016, Jamie was shortlisted by PricewaterhouseCoopers for Emerging Entrepreneur of the Year at the UK Private Business Awards. Jamie is often listed among the top influential power brokers in the British theatre industry.

Martin Ball
Martin BallExecutive Director
Martin has previously worked for production companies including The Invisible Dot Ltd, Sonia Friedman Productions and Y Touring Theatre Company. He also works as a consultant for 3000 Ltd and is a director of 1505 Management.
Marcus O'Donovan
Marcus O'DonovanExecutive Producer
Marcus is responsible for the commercial presentation of JHP’s live productions throughout the UK and Internationally. He’s also on the lookout for new opportunities to expand usage of the company’s intellectual property worldwide.

He has extensive experience in business, having co-founded a sports coaching company and launched a food business within FMCG. Prior to joining JHP, Marcus was a children’s television presenter and actor.

Callum Runciman
Callum RuncimanExecutive Assistant

Callum works closely alongside Jamie across all projects and acts as JHP’s office manager. He also supports the Executive Producer in developing and implementing the company’s business strategies. Callum was Production Associate for the world première of The Wind in the Willows in 2016. Other productions at JHP include: Impossible, Neville’s Island and Let It Be. Prior to joining JHP in 2014, Callum worked at Chichester Festival Theatre, Cheltenham College and the Warwick Arts Centre.

Peter Huntley
Peter HuntleyGeneral Manager, The Wind in the Willows
Peter has previously worked for Sonia Friedman Productions, Shakespeare’s Globe and The Really Useful Theatre Company. Most recently he was Associate Producer for Bend It Like Beckham (Phoenix). As an independent producer he has presented: Lizzie Siddal (Arcola); In the Next Room or the Vibrator Play (St. James); Farragut North, Floyd Collins and The Belle’s Stratagem (Southwark Playhouse). He is a director of general management company 1505.

Chris Hancock
Chris HancockProduction Associate
Chris joined JHP in 2016 as production associate. As a part-qualified accountant he also facilitates JHP’s financial processes. Prior to joining JHP Chris trained as an actor at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and worked as a professional actor across the UK. Previous business engagements include PricewaterhouseCoopers, Gymbox & Deutsche Bank.
Larah Simpson
Larah SimpsonProduction Assistant

Larah joined JHP at the start of 2017 to work on The Wind in the Willows. Previously, she had worked at Opera Holland Park and as Project Manager for Blast Theory, and as a Director/Assistant Director with NYMT and the Singapore Repertory Theatre.

Annaliese Hendry
Annaliese HendryEducation Director
Annaliese leads the company’s educational outreach and designs our education material for schools and parents. Annaliese is a director of The Little Consulting Company and has contributed to the review and reform of the National Curriculum under the Coalition and Conservative administrations. Annaliese is also a qualified teacher with experience in Early Years through Key Stage 3 across both the state and independent sectors.
Ed Borgnis
Ed BorgnisProduction Manager
Ed leads the Production Management on a number of JHP’s live projects. He has extensive experience in several technical departments and production work in a variety of environments, mostly on a freelance basis.
Astor joined the team in 2015 heading up security and well-being.