Goldeneye Films Founder
Laurence de Mello
Goldeneye Films was founded in 2012 by British investigative journalist & factual TV producer Laurence de Mello, in collaboration with her business partner,
Christopher Creighton aka John Ainsworth-Davis - the mysterious OpJB (Operation James Bond) author and former British Intelligence agent.
With over 30 years hands on media experience, de Mello was a Senior Producer and Head of Production Management at a leading factual British Film and TV company at Pinewood Studios UK, before moving focus to investigations in South America.
de Mello has produced for and/or with the following mainstream networks;
RAI 1 RAI 2 (Italy) - BBC 1 BBC 2 (UK) - Channel 4 (UK) - Discovery Channel (USA) -Discovery Channel (Europe) - The Learning Channel (USA) - Canal Plus (France) - Canal 5 (France) - Berlusconi Networks (Italy) - NTV (Russia) - History Channel (USA)
Program collaborations include;
Zulu Wars - Essential Television/ The Learning Channel 1996 - 3 Part/series
(Best Documentary BBC award 1997)
The Russian Mummies - TLC 1997
The History of the Mafia - Discovery Channel/ The Learning Channel 1998
Quest For Gold - Discovery Channel/TLC 5 part series 2000
The Russian Uranium Traffic - 2001 independent dist.
The Cocaine Triangle Series - TLC/Discovery USA/Europe
Warrior Island Series 1&2 - A 6 part award-winning ethnographic series for Discovery US & Discovery Europe
Conspiracy fact or fiction - 2002 A 12 part series on various international conspiracies
Now Producing independently for mainstream and alternative Media platforms.
Recent Media appearances covering Goldeneye's Martin Bormann investigation -
Martin Bormann - NTV Russia 2015
Hunting Hitler - Arts and Entertainment 2016
Member of The British Association of Journalists (BAJ)
Pseudonym - Ami de Creighton.
Languages: English - Spanish - Italian - Portuguese
Carries BAJ Police registered Press Credentials