Jules Braunstein


Despite her freelancer status, Jules has been a constant fixture in the Firecracker family since 2017, working as a producer in both production and development, as well as an edit producer.

From going on Sleepovers in the UK and USA with Stacey Dooley, to spotting UFOs with Craig Charles, and seeing the joy of babies being delivered with the help of Emma Willis, Jules has worked across a vast range of Firecracker productions within popular factual, access documentary and obs doc, covering many different genres.

Jules was the producer on ITV's true crime documentary Social Media Murders: The Murder of Grace Millane, which was the highest-rated factual programme on ITV2 in 2021. In 2023, prime-time BBC One documentary Joe Swash: Teens in Care explored the stories of the overlooked young people transitioning out of the children's care system, often with little support or without any safety net. Jules developed the film and went on to produce it. She also produced, directed and edit produced the programme Stacey Dooley Sleeps Over: Family and Me, an exclusive, first-time glimpse of Stacey’s life as a newfound mother, giving insight into her and boyfriend Kevin Clifton's parenting style and hopes for daughter Minnie.

Prior to joining Firecracker, Jules worked on Sky Arts' Landscape Artist of The Year and at the BBC following a two-year Masters course in producing and directing television entertainment at the National Film and Television School.