Riffi Khan is a TV Producer/Director, global format consultant and trainer with over 15 years of prime-time shows under her belt. Happy and heart centred, Riffi fell into TV for her love of telling stories.
Wealth of experience
Riffi brings you a solid professional background of know-how on shows with global audiences from documentaries to studio shows, docu-soaps and constructed reality.
Riffi has taken on the challenge of designing and delivering industry specific training workshops and consultation which have enveloped her with a strong reputation in the unusual field of production consultancy and format transitioning. From researcher beginnings, through director-producer to executive producer, she understands the challenges facing team members at all levels.
Riffi’s production and directing experience covers shows such as Come Dine With Me, The Only Way is Essex, I’m a Celebrity Get Me Out of Here, Four Weddings, May The Best House Win, Hell’s Kitchen, Airline, Weddings From Hell, and more…
Riffi has consulted on format transitions in countries including Canada, Poland, Cyprus, Iran, Holland, South Africa (for BBC Worldwide) and Latvia. She is ready to travel for interesting and challenging initiatives.
Riffi has worked across all factual programme genres and across the world to master her craft and hone her diplomatic skills. Whether dealing with sensitive issue like a diverse casting for TV or arriving overseas she quickly becomes part of that team.
Happy and heart centred, Riffi fell into TV for her love of telling stories. She brings to you a solid professional background of know-how on shows with global audiences.
With her easy-going manner, non-invasive style and respect for existing working methods, Riffi’s hands-on advice and expertise covers all stages of production and direction, including interviewing, scripting, editing and music.
Whether you’re a highly experienced production team or a business, Riffi can guide you in making great content, be it online or TV.
Apart from a serious dark chocolate habit and addiction to Pain au Chocolats, with a laser sharp, focused business mind, thanks to an Economics degree from London School of Economics during her lost years before TV.