Eloise King is a digital programming executive for Vice UK and a global executive producer for i-D. Across Vice's multi-award winning content business, King has been instrumental in the production and programming strategy of cross-platform documentaries and factual series, including feature length reports (Acid Attacks, Raised Without Gender and Targeted Individuals), i-D films (Grace Neutral Beauty, Global Street Style Ukraine and JME x Jeremy Corbyn) and Viceland TV series Needles & Pins.
Throughout her career, King's work as both producer and director has been focused on telling powerful human interest stories from the perspective of marginalised voices, most notably in Kids Behind Bars (ITV/BBC3), The Divorce Clinic (BBC2) and Gurls Talk (i-D). As co-founder of Women on Docs, she also curates monthly screenings and panel events celebrating the contribution of women to documentary film.
Prior to Vice, King's documentary production credits have ranged across several international territories including MTV, Channel 4, E4, BBC, BBC New York, ITV, The Fine Living Channel US and Al Jazeera English. King started her career with Pulse Films before working under the guidance of filmmaker Paul Hamann.