Richard McKerrow set up Love Productions in October 2004. He has conceived and executive produced many of Love Productions’ critically acclaimed factual series and formats including the award-winning series The Baby Borrowers and Britain’s Missing Top Model; Young Mums Mansion, Famous Rich and Homeless, Famous Rich and Jobless, My Life As An Animal, Tower Block of Commons, Kidnapped By The Kids, The Great British Bake-Off, Girls Hit South Africa, Young Autistic and Stagestruck and Famous Rich and In The Slums.
The shows and formats have sold around Europe and the world and Richard executive produced an American version of The Baby Borrowers for NBC and will be producing a brand-new series of Kidnapped By The Kids for the OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) in the US this year.
Richard McKerrow began his career as a print journalist for The Nation magazine in New York. He also worked for Yorkshire Television in their Documentaries and Current Affairs department as a producer/director before joining Channel 4 in 1997 as a Commissioning Editor for Education. Before he started Love Productions, he was Creative Director and Managing Director of Maverick Television (2002-2004).