Based in London, New York, and Singapore, we tell stories others wouldn’t dare touch — podcasts, books, documentaries, TV shows, and films.


Bradley is the co-author of Billion Dollar WhaleBlood and Oil and author of The Rebel and the Kingdom. He spent seven years breaking stories and leading investigations at the Wall Street Journal from New York and London. Before that, he covered the Arab Spring from Cairo, Tripoli and Beirut. He started his career as a police reporter at the New York Sun in Manhattan. He is a Pulitzer finalist and a winner of the Gerald Loeb Award for International Reporting. He is also the co-founder of the experimental publication New York Moon.

Tom is the co-author of Billion Dollar Whale, and creator and host of Fat Leonard, a nine-part podcast about a military contractor who corrupted the U.S. Navy, and Crypto Kingpins, about the feud atop the world of crypto that sent the whole tower tumbling down. He spent over twenty years reporting from Asia for the Wall Street Journal and has lived in Thailand, Indonesia, India, Hong Kong and Singapore. His investigations have exposed corporate and government corruption. Tom is a Pulitzer finalist, a Gerald Loeb winner, and he was honored in 2020 with the Shorenstein award from Stanford University for his services to journalism in Asia.

Farah was the lead script writer on Corinna and the King and is steering the development of the podcast into a multi-season television series. She is also a screenwriter and her debut novel is represented by Curtis Brown. A former journalist, Farah reported on the Arab Spring from Cairo and Beirut and wrote profiles and features from New York City. She’s written for The New York Times, The Guardian, the Financial Times, The Independent and the Wall Street Journal and was a visiting fellow for the European Council on Foreign Relations.

Ryan is a Hong Kong-based creative technologist. He has previously worked at HYPEBEAST, FAKE Design, School of Creative Media at The City University of Hong Kong, and VIPELABS. As a freelance art director, designer, and web developer, Ryan has worked on a wide range of projects with startups and leading global brands. Ryan has a background in art history and visual arts, receiving his MA from The University of Hong Kong and BA from The University of Chicago.

Mariangel is a producer and project manager with over two decades of experience in the media industry. Her portfolio encompasses a diverse array of genres from film, scripted and non-scripted series, documentaries and podcasts. She worked for HBO for almost a decade and has collaborated with industry giants like A24, Netflix, MTV Networks, Disney, Vice, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.

Lucy is a British journalist and researcher based in the San Francisco Bay Area. She has a particular interest in amplifying female voices as well as exposing corrupt governments, financial wrongdoing and corporate greed. Production credits include Managing Producer of the Peabody-nominated podcast, Kabul Falling, and Co-Producer of Spy Valley. Alongside her journalism career, Lucy works with boutique investigations firms conducting open source research in areas such as fraud investigations, litigation support and asset tracing. Outside of work, Lucy is an avid trail runner and live music fan.

Clair is a highly experienced audio professional with over 20 years in the field, covering radio, streaming technology, digital audio, and podcasts. An engineer at heart, Clair started her career in FM radio in Wellington, New Zealand and transitioned to digital when she moved to London in 2008. Since then she’s worked for the BBC, Monocle, NTS Radio and Google.

Megan is a journalist and producer based in London. She began her career as editor of an online current affairs newsletter but later moved to study investigations, joining Project Brazen in 2022 during the final weeks of her MA at City, University of London. She is managing producer of 2023 podcast Crypto Kingpins, and writes the weekly Brazen Weekender newsletter.
Francesca is a multimedia content producer based between London and Milan. With a background in philosophy and cinema criticism, Francesca joined Project Brazen in its early stages of development. Previously, she was on the audio production team of ‘The Economist’ and continues to work on the multi-award winning show ‘British Scandal’ by Wondery.

Arnav is a journalist and producer based in London. He joined Project Brazen in 2023 after studying journalism and history at New York University. He contributes reporting and open-source research to projects in development, helps with the story generation process for Brazen’s future slate, and occasionally writes for the Whale Hunting newsletter.

Lynn is a Chartered Accountant who has worked in finance for over 20 years. After qualifying, Lynn has held positions in a varied range of industries from sports to the healthcare sector. Lynn now works from her home in Cornwall.

Nour is an operations and marketing strategist, with degrees and a background in Business Administration, Political Science, and Marketing. She has held multiple roles in industries ranging from the F&B and retail sectors to social enterprises, media and podcasting. Nour runs strategic initiatives to expand Brazen Studios’ client base and enhance brand visibility. By leveraging her expertise, Nour cultivates relationships, identifies growth opportunities, and executes targeted campaigns through our global creative marketing agency, driving company growth for all of our clients, and fostering lasting partnerships.

Rhubini is a Singapore-based multimedia storyteller with a background in factual content. She has over a decade of experience in producing and development producing. The documentaries she has worked on have aired on Channel News Asia, National Geographic, Discovery, Netflix and more. She is endlessly fascinated by humans and the stories they tell. She also has an MA in New Media and Digital Culture from the University of Amsterdam.

Clara is a bilingual journalist currently living in Brussels. Born and raised in Buenos Aires, Argentina, she has reported from several countries, including India, Australia, and Ukraine. She was previously working as a Latin American and Europe correspondent for the New York Sun. Clara has a master’s degree in journalism from the University of Southern California and a bachelor’s degree in social communications from Universidad Austral in Buenos Aires. She won an LA Press Club award for Soft News Feature Category in 2022 and the Penny Lernoux Award for International Reporting from USC Annenberg.

Based in, and originally from Belgrade, Serbia, but born and raised in Botswana, Andrija is a sound and interactive artist. Following his studies at NYU between Abu Dhabi, New York and Paris, he has worked on sound design for theatre and film, electroacoustic compositions for ensembles and soloists, interactive installations and audiovisual performances integrating video, light, and physical computing. In 2023, he founded Strega AV, an audio-visual design studio and consultancy based in Belgrade.

Cultural Counsel is a strategic consultancy focused on communications, partnerships, and programming across the worlds of art, architecture, design, entertainment, philanthropy, and tech.

UTA is a leading global talent, sports, entertainment, and advisory company, representing artists, athletes, storytellers, and brands whose voices and vision define culture and shape our world. Project Brazen is represented by United Talent Agency in Los Angeles.


Have a story worth telling? Project Brazen is always looking for ambitious, narrative non-fiction projects to produce as podcasts, documentaries and other formats.

We work and collaborate with journalists all over the world, to help develop their narratives in an engaging medium to captive audiences. Feel free to get in touch with an idea – even if it’s some reporting you have done previously but you feel could be the start of an exciting project.

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