Stacey Olika is a young multidisciplinary designer currently working at BBC Studios’ Natural History Unit in Bristol. Six months into her new role, Stacey has taken a deep dive into the world of production at one of the biggest television and radio production companies in the world. How did she get there? After an interest in curation led Stacey to put on a few exhibitions of her own, her work caught the eye of some members of the BBC, who she kept in contact with. And eventually, Stacey was offered a position she couldn’t refuse. Today, she works to support the team with everything from schedules and budgets to management. Alongside her work at the BBC, Stacey is also a designer and speaker, with a focus on subjects such as racism and representation. Here, Stacey talks to us about securing a job in TV without any experience; the importance of passion, and why being too critical of yourself can hinder your progress.