Toby Dormer currently serves as Executive Vice President of Unscripted Television for Blink49 Studios. Prior to joining Blink49 Studios, Toby was Executive Vice President, Unscripted Canada at Entertainment One (eOne). His credits at eOne include Arctic Vets (CBC/NatGeo), Project Bakeover (Food Network/Hulu), The Chicago Strangler (Discovery+), Death In The Bayou (iD), Thunder Bay (CTV/Crave), Border Security (Global/Netflix) and many more.
Earlier in his career Toby was the founder and President of London-based, Remedy Productions, the UK’s largest producer of entertainment programming by volume for many years. While at Remedy he oversaw the production of over 10,000 hours for the likes of BBC, Channel 4, MTV, E4, Sky, and Five, and also created content for brands such as Nike, Playstation, Red Bull and many more.
In 2011, Remedy was acquired by the Argonon media Group and Toby launched the company’s Canadian office. Credits include First Dates (Global), My Floating Home (HGTV/Channel4), Cabin Truckers (A&E/Cottage Life).
Daphne Park has an extensive career in the industry holding senior management positions in production finance and business affairs at leading Canadian film and television companies. She oversaw the business affairs of projects from development to production through to distribution, and was also responsible for production cashflows, interim financing, audits and tax credits. She played a key role in the structuring and negotiation of production financing with co-production partners, equity investors, and public and private financiers.
Prior to joining Blink49 Studios, Daphne was the Vice-President of Business Affairs at Sphere Media Toronto (formerly Sienna Films) where she handled a number of feature films and television series. Most recently, she served as a Co-Executive Producer on the drama series, The Porter (CBC/BET+) and a Co-Producer on the first season of Sort Of (CBC/HBO Max), a critically acclaimed series which garnered numerous awards in 2022 including the Canadian Screen Award for Best Comedy Series and a Peabody Award.
Allison Brough is the Vice President of Unscripted Television for Blink49 Studios. Previously, she was the Vice President of Unscripted Television, Canada, and Head of Podcasts, Global, at eOne. In her time at eOne, Allison sold five series, across all genres, for broadcast and development into the US and CRAVE, in which she is also the Executive Producer, and Project Bakeover for Food Network Canada. Allison also oversaw the company’s global podcast network, created their podcast to broadcast mandate, working with talent from all over the globe.
Prior to that, she was the Director of Development at Lone Eagle Entertainment where she helped to build their slate and sell domestically. Allison also worked as a Development Executive at Tricon Films and Television, where she was instrumental in creating and production such shows as HGTV’s Breakneck Build and The Expandables, OWN’s Pop Up Gourmet and BRAVO’s Après Ski.
Outside of the industry Allison is a founding member of the Innovators Committee at SickKids Hospital.