About Us


Jamie Cho

Writer| Director | Producer 

Born in London, U.K. to an English-Irish mother and Chinese father, Jamie Cho fell in love with film from an early age.  After graduating with a Sports Science & Psychology degree from Southampton University, Jamie embarked on his life-long passion to be an actor.  

Using martial arts skills learned from his father as a springboard he began working in commercials for top brands. Some of these include Intel, Pepsi, Subaru, Nivea, Gillette and TsingdaoBeer.

This experience soon led him to train as an actor and he began to land roles in both TV and Film. This includes - The Purifiers, Batman Begins, The Dark Knight, Eastenders, Law and Order, and Harrigan.  Most recently Jamie played a main character in the award-winning Norwegian TV Noir, Acquitted. 

At the same time Jamie was developing his skills behind the camera writing, directing and producing three short films “1 Hour”, “Epidemic” and action scenes for MTV show “Barro 13”.  

In 2013, he setup an independent production company, Sentient Films, which aims to bring inspirational stories to life with beautiful cinematic imagery. 

The company produced the hugely popular show, “Ching’s Amazing Asia” for Scripps International Networks LLC, which was broadcast on the Food network in over 100 countries around the world. Since then it’s gone on to produced numerous online campaigns and series.

Jamie is constantly writing to develop Sentient’s slate of projects.

Ching He Huang

Emmy Nominated TV Chef | Producer 

After graduating from the Queen Mary University with a first-class honoursin economics, Ching started her own food business at 21.  The company manufactured a large variety of food and drinks with her products making to the shelves of Harrods, Selfridges and Waitrose. 

Her hard work and enthusiasm for food led to a screen test opportunity for UK Food. It was great success and she was given her first show “Ching’s Kitchen”. 

Since then Ching has hosted 11 different shows across the UK, USA and Asia, earning an Emmy nomination in the process. Her popular show credits include BBC’s Chinese Food Made Eady, Exploring China, Food Network’s Easy Chinese and Restaurant Redemption. She is also a prolific food writer, authoring 8 cook books.

Together with Jamie, she setup the independent production company, Sentient Films in 2013.  Since then she has co-produced and hosted numerous projects, including the hugely popular show, “Ching’s Amazing Asia” for the Food Network.


Ching’s biggest love outside food is film.  A perfectionist in all areas she strives for the highest quality in any project she undertakes.