Dr Amy Genders is a Wallscourt Fellow in Screen Business and Creative Enterprise. Her current research primarily concerns freelance labour, regional production and cultural value. She has recently completed a one-year AHRC-funded project investigating the contribution of freelancers to Bristol’s creative economy, the findings of which were published in a 2019 report entitled An Invisible Army: The Role of Freelance Labour in Bristol’s Film and Television Industries.
She is also working on a monograph entitled ‘This Temple of the Arts’: 100 Years of BBC Arts Broadcasting. She has contributed to a number of media policy consultations and inquiries, including Ofcom’s 2017 BBC regulation consultation and Goldsmiths, University of London’s 2016 inquiry into the future of public service television.