Jocelyn Little (AUS/SGP)
Executive Producer
Beach House Pictures

Jocelyn Little is one of the founding partners of Singapore-based production company Beach House Pictures.

Jocelyn oversees company operations and international co­-productions, forging partnerships with global brands that include Nat Geo, Discovery, A&E Networks, Lonely Planet, Fox International Channels, NBC Universal and BBC Worldwide.

As Executive Producer, she supervises over 30 hours of content a year covering a range of factual genres including many international co-productions such as Kakadu with Northern Pictures for ABC TV, Frontier Borneo for UKTV and Discovery.

In 2011, she spearheaded BHP’s move into factual formats and has since produced high rating programs such as Masterchef Singapore (Mediacorp 5 & Motion Content Group), Asia’s Next Top Model Cycle 3 (Starworld) and Hot Guys Who Cook (DIVA Universal). 2013 saw Jocelyn oversee BHP’s expansion into four divisions including Beach House Pictures (factual and scripted), Beach House Kids (children’s TV) and Beach House Entertainment (unscripted/formats) and Beach House Labs (digital and branded).

Jocelyn’s extensive program credits include 12 engineering documentaries under the Man Made Marvel series (Discovery Channel) and over 15 hours of Stereoscopic 3D programs for 3net and Nat Geo International. In the travel space, she oversaw 25 hours of Lonely Planet Six Degrees (Lonely Planet TV) and in the documentary genre, multiple seasons of the award winning China First Time Filmmakers and Afterlife (Discovery Channel). With Nat Geo, she also produced Lonely Planet: Roads Less TravelledMalaysian Journey with Jason Scott Lee and Bodysnatchers of Bangkok (Best Documentary –ATV Awards & NGC/EDB Awards).

Jocelyn is a member of the International Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and is on the panel of the Singapore Workforce Development Agency’s Workforce Skills Qualifications (WSQ) system.