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An award-winning documentary edit series producer with credits for Netflix, Apple TV, HBO Max, TNT, BBC, ITV, C4, Five, Discovery, Sky 1, CNN and National Geographic.  Creates gripping, sensitive narratives with a cinematic sensibility.

Represented by Stern & Wild 

Series Edit Producer

Wanted: The Escape of Carlos Ghosn. 


Apple TV/ BoxtoBox Films Executive Producer Martin Conway Director James Jones. Four-part series for Apple TV on the extraordinary rise and fall of Carlos Ghosn. My role involved writing, producing the series storylines in the edit, scripting individual episodes and creating the series style and format. Commissioned by Erika Clarke and Molly Thompson. The Guardian ★★★★☆ The Financial Times ★★★★☆ Rolling Stone “blending high-stakes, shoe-leather reporting with thriller” sizzle.”

Senior Story Editor

Murder in the Family: Cheryl Hooper


ITVX/ Knickerbockerglorytv a stand-alone doc crafted from family archive exploring the story behind one of the UK’s most infamous domestic violence murders. Consultant Exec Jenny Popplewell, Series Producer Cathy Durbin. Commissioned by Kate Teckman The Telegraph  ★★★★☆ Murder in the Family, ITV1, review: a vivid account of the warnings of domestic abuse

Edit Producer

Rich People Problems: “Wu Tang Vs Pharma Bro”  


(TNT/HBO Max Raw TV) Executive Producers Fiona Stourton and Glenn Barden. Dir: Jenny Popplewell. A series of eight unique documentary films that expose the lies, lusts,  deceptions and deceit that lurk in the shadows of bulging bank accounts, private islands, TV fame and beautiful people.  

Edit Producer

Emmy Award winning series Drive to Survive (Netflix/BoxtoBox Films) “The Comeback Kid”


Netflix UK’s  most popular series 2021. Produced in collaboration between Netflix and Formula One gives an exclusive behind-the scenes look at the drivers and races of the cutthroat 2020 Formula One World Championships. Commissioned by Nathaniel Grouille.

Senior Edit Producer

Sunderland ‘Til I Die Series 1 Episode 3 & 8 (Netflix Original/Fulwell73 Productions)


SP Richard Cooke. Documentary series on the 'unfailing passion of this UK Northern town for its beloved football club' during the 2017/18 season following relegation from the Premier League. Nominated "Best Docu Series" National Reality TV Awards 2019. Commissioned by Nathaniel Grouille

Senior Edit Producer

The Heist : Million Pound Bank Job Episode 1 (a Sky Original Production/Shine TV)


Executive Producer Matt Bennett. The Heist which sees ordinary citizens of a small town take on an extraordinary game by commit a perfect heist; evading detection from a crack team of detectives.

Senior Edit Producer 

Women in Prison Series 1 & 2 Raw TV Discovery ID


SP Amy Foster, Exec Rebecca North. A real life ‘Orange Is the New Black’, this bold new drama recon and documentary series explores the lives of six women locked up inside a maximum-security prison in Indiana, USA.

Edit Producer

Time Crashers: Victorian Oyster Fishers C4 /Wall to Wall 6 part series  

Ten celebrities are about to leave their 21st century lives and everything they know behind to become time travellers in Channel 4’s brand new living history series. “...defines entertainment perfection...” The Guardian

Edit Producer

Escape: Ep 3 "The Jungle" (C4 Maverick TV)


Series Producer Rob Rawlings, Exec Nina Davies. 1x 60’ Primetime series that saw a small group of skilled people stranded at a crash site, days from civilisation, in a hostile environment, build a vehicle out of the debris salvaged from the site. Sunday’s Best TV: The Guardian

Edit Producer

Beyond Reasonable Doubt (CNN/Nutopia) Series Producer Amy Foster.

New HLN original series that takes viewers inside the world of true crime investigation through high profile criminal cases that were solved by breakthroughs in forensic medicine.

Edit Director

Inside the World's Most Dangerous Prisons: The Philippines. (Netflix/Channel 5/Emporium Productions)


Presenter-led observational documentary looking at life as a new prisoner in the Philippines jail system  The Independent Pick of the Week Mail on Sunday, “Prison Run by Ruthless Gang” The Mirror

Producer Director Camera

Tough Young Teachers BBC3-Victory Films 6-part series EP David Dehaney

Long-form prime time obs doc series looking at the experience of the first year of teaching for six young teachers across three London schools. The Independent (review)The Telegraph (review)

Producer Director Camera 

Ashley Banjo’s Secret Street Crew Series 2: Ep 1 The Wedding Sky 1/Shine TV


EP Catherine Welton. A glossy, large-scale narrative driven factual entertainment series; Pick of the Day The Guardian, TV Pick The Sun

Producer Director

Home is where the Heart is ITV1/ Love 3 x 46”


Series Producer Heenan Bhatti. Prime time “immersive” documentary series; four household celebrities each take in a homeless person. Pick of the Day Time Out, Critics Choice The Independent, Pick of the Day The Guardian Guide.

Producer Director

Peckham Finishing School for Girls: Episode 1 BBC 3/ BBC Current Affairs 1 x 56”


SP Gabe Solomon 3 part series featuring four privileged young women from the home-counties as they spend a week living in one of the UK's most deprived boroughs. Pick of The Day The Metro, The Guardian, The Daily Mail, The Independent, Radio Times and Time Out.

Producer Director Camera

Don't Tell the Bride "Darnell and Katie" SP Paula Fasht

BBC 3/Renegade Pictures 1 x 57”  highest rating episode of the RTS nominated prime time observational, soft formatted series. Satellite Choice-The Daily Mail

Producer Director 

Child in a Million Five/Anglia Granada


Executive Producer Marie Thomas. 6-part documentary series about cutting edge treatment of children with rare conditions at Great Ormond Street Hospital. Winner Creative East Broadcast Award 2007, Hors Concours Banff Television Festival 2007 Critics Pick Time Out, The Times, The Daily Telegraph, Metro, The Daily Mail

Producer Director Writer

Long Shadows: Stories from a Jewish Home SBS TV/Melodrama Pictures 1 x 60


Primetime documentary about Holocaust survivors entering age-care facilities thus triggering a ‘return’ to their Holocaust experiences. Screened at Silverdocs and Detroit International Film Festivals , Critics Pick: The Age, The Australian, The Sydney Morning Herald. 

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