Jermain is a television drama director with a strong, cinematic eye whose work consistently pushes beyond the boundaries of logistical and budgetary constraints. He’s recently finished directing series 6 of “Grantchester” - currently screening on ITV - while working on the development of “Anansi Boys”, the Neil Gaiman novel being adapted for Amazon. In 2017 he delivered 2 episodes of Red Planet’s “Death in Paradise”, featuring the series’ most audacious stunt sequence to date, and he recently directed another high profile, series-defining block. Prior to this, he was a core director on “Holby City”, helming 10 episodes, and lead directed the reboot of the award-winning BBC children’s drama “Wolfblood”, transitioning it from its original rural backdrop to a darker, edgier urban environment. He also directed on the BBC Scotland’s “River City”, CBBC’s “The Dumping Ground”, and was creative director of the Artistic Gymnastics audiovisuals at the 2012 Olympic Games. Jermain’s background is as a 1st AD, so he is totally cognisant of the practical matters involved in running a set as well as the creative!