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Fiona Morris

FionaFiona Morris is Chief Executive and Creative Director of The Space - a commissioning and development organisation, founded by the BBC and Arts Council England.  The Space’s mission is to develop and commission great art digitally. It supports artists and organisations to make the most of the opportunity that technology affords by increasing the reach of existing activity in innovative ways, by opening up art to new audiences and by exploring the potential to create new artistic experiences using digital technology.  

She joined the Space in January 2016 after 3 years as head of arts and performance at Leopard Films UK. Having previously worked at BBC Wales, she continues to produce programmes for the BBC. Fiona was the executive producer on the award-winning documentary on Michael Sheen's Port Talbot Passion - as well as productions for Channel 4, Sky, broadcasters worldwide and in partnership with DVD and digital companies. She has produced a wide variety of award-winning films, including performance, documentary and entertainment programmes that have received Emmy, Grammy and BAFTA awards.

Fiona is also a founding board member of the 'climate is culture' charity, Cape Farewell.