I'm a freelance BAFTA x BFI Network selected producer based in London. I began my career working in film programming in Berlin and Amsterdam, and as a researcher for the Oral History Department at the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences in LA. In 2016 I returned to the UK to work in talent development for Film London before moving over to the world of producing, working in-house for Potboiler Productions on both Lenny Abrahamson’s The Little Stranger (2018) and Iciar Bollain’s Yuli (2018), and most recently on-set for SunnyMarch on Will Sharpe’s The Electrical Life of Louis Wain (2021) and Kevin MacDonald’s The Mauritanian (2021).
My producing/exec producing credits include Dorothy Allen-Pickard’s short documentaries Objectified (2018), and A Sonic Pulse (2019) and docu-drama Wannabe (2019) which have screened at BAFTA-qualifying festivals worldwide and have featured on various platforms including The Guardian, Al Jazeera, It's Nice That and Vimeo Staff Picks.
In the past year, alongside developing my own slate of films, I've worked as a freelance script editor, script reader & development researcher for 42, Film London, NBC Universal, Scott Free and StoryHunter. I'm driven by the power of film to create change, making films that confront mainstream perspectives in unique and bold ways. I currently have a number of shorts in development, one with BFI Network and one with the BBC, together with BREACH theatre. I'm always keen to meet new writers, directors and collaborators, so do get in touch!