Aschlin is a screenwriter who has written for many television shows including Channel 4’s ‘No Angels’, Sky Atlantic's 'Mr Sloane', and ITV's 'Doc Martin'.


Award-winning writer of the 'Catherine Tate Show', he also created and wrote 'Do Not Disturb,' starring Catherine Tate and directed by Nigel Cole for UKTV.


His previous films include the highly acclaimed 'Scenes Of A Sexual Nature' with Ewan McGregor, Tom Hardy, Eileen Atkins and Gina McKee, and the award winning ‘French Film’ with Hugh Bonneville and Eric Cantona. More recently, he wrote 'Swimming with Men' directed by Oliver Parker.

Aschlin is currently working on a number of other scripted projects at Lonesome Pine.


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Ellie joined Lonesome Pine Productions in 2019 as a Production Assistant. She previously undertook work experience at Sky, Independent Talent, and World Productions. She graduated from studying Spanish and Italian at the University of Bristol in June 2018.


Co-founder of Lonesome Pine Productions, Lesley was the BBC's first Controller of Popular Music across all platforms including TV, radio and digital. 

As Universal Music Group's first Managing Director of Commercial Partnerships and Content (Television and Film), Lesley established the first ever Commercial Music Partnership for an Olympic Games (London 2012).

Lesley was also Chief Executive of Lime Pictures, with responsibility for programmes such as 'Hollyoaks' for Channel 4, 'The Only Way is Essex' for ITV2, 'House of Anubis' for Nickelodeon in North America, as well as the US Disney show 'Evermore'.

As founder of Lonesome Pine, Lesley has produced scripted programmes like 'Do Not Disturb' for UKTV, and documentary films on subjects including Roy Orbison (BBC Four), Bruce Springsteen (Channel 4) and David Gilmour (BBC Two).