(Line Producer) produced Richard Loncraine's "Wide-Eyed and Legless," in addition to two seasons of the successful British series, "Inspector Morse," which was nominated for a BAFTA Award for Best TV Series in 1989/90 and won in 1990/1.
His first film as a producer was a four-hour documentary about the Tibetan culture in exile, "Tibet a Trilogy." It opened at London's Institute of Contemporary Art and has been screened in some thirty countries. He is a trustee of the The Orient Foundation established to document Tibetan culture.
Early in his career, Lascelles worked on three projects with director Christopher Monger. He was associate producer of "The Mabinogi," a documentary about a Welsh theatre company, and producer of "The People Show," a documentary about a company of performance artists, and the telefilm "Crime Pays."
In 1988, he associate produced "Startrap," a telefilm for Zenith, which led to his producing "Inspector Morse." After working on the series, Lascelles became an in-house producer at Zenith, developing film and television projects.
Lascelles also co-produced the four-part drama series "Zastrozzi: A Romance," and produced the television movie "Paparazzo" for Yorkshire TV.