I am a freelance documentary director and have been making observational documentaries for television for over ten years. I self-shoot my films about ordinary people's lives, and am particularly interested in stories about women and issues loosely linked to mental health.

Being Brian Harvey, BBC1
‘This is a terrific film – understated, objective, a tragic picture of a fallen man’ - Sam Wollaston, The Guardian

Arthur and Anita, BBC3
‘Digging deep under the skin of its subjects is BBC3’s quietly excellent reportage…well crafted and beautifully shot.…well worth a watch’ - Evening Standard ‘

Georgia’s Story, BBC1
‘a moving documentary…treated sensitively, this isn’t a freak show masquerading as a documentary’ - Sky TV

Who Am I Now? Storyville, BBC4
‘a remarkable piece of TV’ - Lorraine Kelly

Cannabis Psychosis, Channel 4
‘Clio David bucks the trend in a revealing film about the downsides of cannabis use’ - The Guardian.


My Big Beautiful Wedding Dress

Two plus-size women who set up a bridal shop for plus-size women

Seven Days

Landmark experimental series filmed and transmitted weekly, following the lives of people living in Notting Hill in West London

Georgia's Story: 33 Stone at 15

First of three documentaries about the psychology of eating disorders in teenagers