Yero started early in the industry at 16. Her first job was at the BBC during her A Levels. In 2015, she participated in The Network with a broken foot. With an extensive CV, Yero returned to the BBC in 2016 as an Assistant Script Editor where she was promoted to Script Editor after three weeks. Now, Yero is a multi award-winning writer-director for TV and film for Channel 4, BFI and has shows in development with various indies and ITV. In her minimal downtime, Yero is a trainee birth doula, makes pottery, cycles and watches ‘Hey Arnold’.
Yero is gunning for an HBO show before she's 30.
"An impressive talent. Yero is committed and confident in what she wants to say, with an inherent understanding of commercial storytelling." Chloe Tucker, Drama Commissioner, ITV