My work in film and TV often dovetails with other preoccupations in my life and career, ensuring a small but eclectic back catalogue.
I began as a TV researcher collating stories for Vee-TV, the deaf young people’s magazine show produced by Maverick Television/Resource Base for Channel 4, and Ten Years Younger before moving onto documentaries, initially as producer, and then as director.
While preparing for first time motherhood, I did a spot of broadcast journalism with The Baby Diaries, a popular six-week video diary strand for BBC’s See Hear – during which the idea for my first drama short, CODA, was born. I have since presented, written and directed Listen, even when your heart is crying (2014), a 27′ documentary about parental grief produced by Neath Films in association with the BSLBT (Best Documentary nominee, CINEDEAF 2015 Awards; Offical Selection, Aesthetica Short Film Festival 2015).
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