Orlando Wood


Orlando started his career at Wieden+Kennedy Amsterdam as an in-house editor. He moved to the production department where he produced work for brands such as Nike, Coca-Cola and Heineken. In 2008, he moved to London to work for Fallon where he produced work for Sony, BBC, Innocent and Cadbury’s - among others. 

In 2009, he briefly left advertising to produce two documentary features - THE REVISIONARIES and IN GOD WE TRUST. Both films performed well on the festival circuit with The Revisionaries picking up the Tribeca Film Festival Special Jury Prize, PBS Independent Lens Audience Award, and the coveted Columbia DuPont award for broadcast journalism.  Michael Moore said of the Revisionaries: “This is a must-see film for anyone concerned about enforced ignorance and intolerance, and for those who still believe in science.  I hope every American sees this film."

Orlando partnered with Shawn Lacy and Noam Murro to open Biscuit Filmworks in the UK in 2011.  Under his aegis, Biscuit established itself as a solid presence among the top production companies in the UK. It’s remained top 10 in Televisual’s ranking of the UK’s top production companies since its first full year of trading, Campaign Magazine named it runner up production company of the year in it’s 2014 and 2015 annual issue, and the London office was runner up production company of the year at the 2013, 2014 and 2015 Shots Awards.

In 2016, Orlando left Biscuit to become Managing Director of Rogue, one of the most awarded and well respected companies in the UK that’s established itself over 18 years of trading.  Orlando is working on growing Rogue’s disciplines and creative offering.  Since his joining, Rogue has signed Pliex and has done a deal to represent OPOSITIVE, the award winning American production company owned by Jim Jenkins, David Shane, and Ralph Laucella.  

In addition to being on the Board of Directors of the British Arrows, Orlando is also a Board Member of the Advertising Producer’s Association.

A graduate of Columbia University, he earned bachelor's degrees in Film Studies and Religious Studies.

In his spare time, Orlando is a keen sportsman, motorcycle enthusiast, and comic book collector and publisher.  Orlando is a partner in Dead Canary Comics along with other industry notables Chris Baker, Matt Fitch and Mark Lewis.  Dead Canary’s last graphic novel, Last Driver written by CS Baker and with Illustration by Shaky Kane, was the runner up “Independent Comic Book of the Year” in 2016.  

He is an active supporter of Mind: The Mental Health Charity and Operation Smile.