I am an experienced Shooting Producer / Series Producer, with over ten years experience working across many types of television from presenter-led documentary, to blue-chip history programmes, and observational series.
I’ve just finished producing a challenging BBC series called 'Flatpack Empire', exploring the world of IKEA.
I'm also finishing up another series for BBC 2 which has been shot over three years, and follows the construction of a multi-billion pound 'Super Sewer' to clean up the Thames.
In the past few years I've worked on an eclectic range of films, from a Cutting Edge exploring the rise of Tinder, to a series for Channel 4 about the most remote places to fly around the world, and a BBC 2 documentary looking at Rudyard Kipling's formative years in India and Pakistan.
I've been involved in films that have been nominated, and won Grierson Awards, RTS Awards, and BAFTA's, including ‘The Secret History of Our Streets’, 'The Tube: An Underground History' and 'The Plane That Saved Britain'.