About Me

I started my career on a BBC Post Production Trainee scheme, where I learnt cross genre skills from some of the best in the business. I have been fortunate enough to continue working across various styles, editing documentaries, factual entertainment, drama, childrens, entertainment and music. I was one of Edinburgh TV Festival’s Ones to Watch 2020.

Recent projects have included  “Jimmy Akingbola: Handle With Care” following acclaimed actor Jimmy Akingbola as he tells his own story about growing up in the care system in England, while exploring themes including identity, mental health, and cultural connection for ITV,” Queens of Rap“, a 60 minute single documentary for Channel 4, “Made in Britain“, a 3 part series of short docs about the UK’s music scene, covering jungle, garage and grime, for BBC 1Xtra, and 3 episodes of VICE World News US documentary series “Hear Me Out“.

I mentor, speak on panels about my path, choices and career and regularly engage with young people starting out the industry.

  • Editor on the National Television Award winning Paul O’Grady’s For the Love of Dogs (ITV 2018)
  • Editor on the Children’s BAFTA Award winning Bear Grylls Survival School (ITV 2017)
  • Editor on the Children’s BAFTA Award winning Our Family (CBeebies 2017)
  • 2016 selected participant on the WFTV mentoring scheme.
  • Editor on the Kids International Emmy Award winning Pet School (CBBC 2012) 
  • Featured as “One To Watch” in Broadcast Magazine’s Hotshots list 2006.

In 2014 I co-founded MUSEfest, an international showcase of film and music by women, which hosts screening and music events in London and Paris.

In 2009 while living in Paris I started the Paris branch of Balcony TV, an internet based, bi weekly music show which I produced and edited.

Now I am London based, enjoying the flexibility that hybrid working offers. I edit remotely from my own suite equipped for Avid or Adobe Premiere projects. I really enjoy the creative process of working as a team but am perfectly content left to my own devices to follow a brief or script, or create a narrative from the rushes provided.

You can read more about me and my career highlights in this interview I gave to @EditGirlsLondon on Instagram.