I am a Director/Producer/ Series Producer of feature and television documentaries, who has worked for top production companies such as Storyvault Films, Wall to Wall and What Larks on productions as varied as the award winning “Days that Shook the World” (BBC), "Al Murray's German Adventure" (BBC4) and "Comet: A Great British Air Disaster" (C4). 

Over the last two years I've been Co-directing and Executive Producing “Yoghurt Utopia,” a Sundance Institute grantee feature documentary, about a maverick Spanish psychiatrist and his patients who broke out of the asylum and into big business. Yoghurt Utopia has not only been a welcome opportunity to spread my wings within the programe making format, but it has enabled me to develop new skills as a social media producer. I ran an incredibly successful crowd funding campaign which included a live pitch at the Royal Society of Arts, a personal profile in The Huffington Post, television appearances and a 4 page article in The Observer magazine.  

I have maintained a high level of training throughout my career. Recently I took a Diploma in Creative Leadership funded by Skillset at Bournemouth University for which I was awarded a 1st. This course included three modules in managing creative people, intellectual property and media strategy. Prior to this I studied an MA in Screenwriting at Royal Holloway with a 2:1 and an MA in Film Production at Bristol University with a First. I am a longstanding member of Bafta and Directors UK.