Kim is an Associate Producer for Eclipse.
In 2016 Kim joined the small team that is Eclipse Global Entertainment. She coordinated the UK premier of Eclipse Films’ first feature film, Urban Hymn. Starring Letitia Wright and Shirley Henderson, the charity premier was screened at the Curzon in Mayfair. Later that year she started work on Finding Your Feet working closely with and assisting the producers on British Rom-Com, Finding Your Feet. Finding Your Feet stars Imelda Staunton, Timothy Spall, Celia Imrie, David Hayman and Joanna Lumley.
Kim has since gone on to work closely with producers Andy and John across most of their projects. This has allowed her invaluable and often challenging experiences working within the confines of a small, independently run family business. The highs and lows of which she wouldn’t change for the world.
In 2018 she became an associate producer on British crime thriller The Corrupted, which starred; Sam Claflin, Timothy Spall, Hugh Bonneville, Naomi Ackie and Noel Clarke. The film was released in the UK with EFD in May 2019. The Corrupted has been nominated in three categories at The National Film Awards 2020.
Kim is currently working with the producing team on Frankel, working again with director Ron Scalpello. Due to originally shoot in the UK in May 2020, the production was pushed due to the pandemic and is expected to now shoot in Q4 2022. Frankel stars Jeremy Irons, who is also a producer.
Kim has spent the last few years working closely with writer/director Niall Johnson developing eccentric British comedy Sons of Neptune (a project particularly dear to her heart). The project is currently casting and due to shoot in Scarborough in September 2021.
After nearly 5 years at the company, Kim continues to work closely with the Eclipse team developing projects, working closely with the attached writers and directors. She is involved throughout development, production and post production. Kim particularly enjoys the creative aspect of the script development stage with a passion for writing herself.
Kim is currently attached as an associate producer on Frankel, King Richard – The Little Richard Story, The Life and Times of Freddie Mills, Sons of Neptune, and The Climb.
Born and raised Londoner, Kim studied at Fine Arts College, going on to study design with marketing of which she later dropped out of to get a job. Going on to dip her toes in several departments within the media sector, including Film & TV PR and as a PA at Universal Music. A keen traveller, she has spent some time living and working in Australia.
In-between her time developing the Eclipse slate she has been developing her own passion projects. Kim is a keen yogi and enjoys writing poetry. Kim is an advocate of bringing a voice and awareness to the struggles of mental health and has been training as an EFT practitioner.