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Natascha Cadle

Natascha Cadle

Creative Director & Co-Founder, ENVY

Natascha is co-Founder and Creative Director of ENVY Post Production. ENVY opened its doors in 2006 and has 6 buildings in Central London with nearly 300 staff working on Broadcast and Advertising. ENVY recently acquired Absolute Post broadening the services available to clients with shows like Gogglebox, The Apprentice and Britian’s Got Talent and working with brands like SKY, Adidas, Aston Martin and Nike to name but a few.

Natascha began her career working as a runner and progressed through the ranks working in Engineering and Production for Channels like Showtime, Channel4 and ITV and eventually becoming a Creative Director for a Sony and Disney Channel.

Having extensive knowledge of the Production process and knowing the Post Production needs of producers, she was the ideal choice to design the brand, the rooms and interiors of ENVY. In 2008 Natascha created the ENVY Academy which is a specialist training programme for new talent and an information source for university students.  Natascha and her colleague Tom travel the country talking to students at Universities as well as Sixth Form colleges trying to bridge the gap between education and work.

Natascha is keen on promoting diversity into the industry and has mentored for WFTV, RISE and Wonder Women TV.  She recently got recognised for her achievements by winning the RISE Business Award which celebrates talent, skills and expertise of exceptional women across the broadcast technology and services sectors and received an outstanding contribution award at Promax UK which is the leading voice of British Television Marketing and Creativity plus Natascha featured in the WFTV (Women in Film and TV) top 100 list. She is also a Director for UK Screen Alliance and sits on the Advisory Board for ScreenSkills.


  • Everybody sees what happens on the screen and what goes out, but there's so much work and effort goes into production, the preplanning and making these things happen, to be recognised for that work that goes on preproduction is amazing!
    Richard Wormwell
  • Being able to show those unsung heroes within the technical innovation space is a really important achievement and it's a great awards to be part of...
    David Harnett
    Timeline TV
  • To recognise people that do stuff that isn't normally recognised, you know it's normally the hosts, the executive producers and the creative directors, but yeah the technical stuff makes it happen!
    Lisa Edwards
    Studio Ramsay
  • We're such an important industry to the country, and to everyone we serve from our clients to everyone at home, and there's a huge amount of work that's gone into the last couple of years innovation wise and it's great to be recognised.
    Jai Cave
    Envy Post Production