QUARTER FINALIST - London Eco Film Festi
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OFFICIAL SELECTION - ARAB WOMEN FILM FES
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Isle of Man Film Fe
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Bath Film Festival
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Swindon Indie Film
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Cornwall Film Festi
OFFICIAL SELECTION - Isle Of Man Film Fe
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She has worked with organisations and brands from all over the world from Costa Rica, Canada, New York, Lebanon, Israel, Switzerland and Sri Lanka. While she hopes to be able to continue working with ethical and socially conscious brands and non-profits abroad in future, in the mean time she is keeping her work closer to home. Her current projects include scouting and working on location for a new BBC + Amazon series directed by Alice Seabright (Sex Education). Alongside this, she is leading a documentary which has seen her collect stories from across the country on a 500 mile journey from her hometown, north to Scotland following the disappearance of her family dog with a homeless veteran (Gone To See A Man About A Dog, TBC).

During her school years, she specialised in portraiture while studying art and design. These explorative years laid the groundwork for what has now become an integral part of her documentary work. Every project she undertakes aims to capture intimate and personal stories which shed light on subjects and characters otherwise hidden under the radar.

 

Her background and BA Hons in Graphic Design has given her a fundamental understanding of how to build a story and communicate an idea in the most suitable medium. During her second year she pitched a winning idea for an NHS app which progressed to clinical trials in the South West of the UK. Shortly after, she interned at four graphic design studios across the country and pursued an MA in Film & Television at Falmouth University. During this time she self-shot and directed her debut documentary (Babies & Bellyboards, 2017) which premiered at IOMFF and saw her shortlisted in the top 8 student short documentaries in the country at the prestigious annual Grierson Awards. Later that year she was Longlisted for Best New Director at WSFF and was awarded The Emily Hobhouse award from Falmouth University which supported her initial work on a series of short stories shot across Lebanon. The first of which has been shortlisted for Ocean Film Festival's World tour (HIMA, 2020) as well as being selected to screen at Arab Women Film Festival in Denmark (2021)

SCREENINGS & RECOGNITION

//  Shortlisted documentary for Ocean Film Festival World Tour 2021 (HIMA, 2020)

// Arab Women Film Festival Official Selection 2021 (HIMA, 2020)

// Quarter Finalist for London Eco Film Festival 2020 (HIMA, 2020)

//  Shortlisted film for ITV Best Student Documentary - The Annual Grierson Awards 2017

//  Winner of The Emily Hobhouse Award 2017

//  Long List for Best New Director at Winchester Film Festival 2017

//  Cornwall Film Fest 2018 (Babies & Bellyboards, 2018)

//  Isle of Man Film Fest 2018 (Babies & Bellyboards, 2017)

//  Bath Film Fest 2018 (What does it mean when you dream about carparks? 2017)

//  Swindon Indie Film Fest 2018 (What does it mean when you dream about carparks? 2017)

//  Isle of Man Film Fest 2018 (What does it mean when you dream about carparks? 2018)

C R E D I T S

 

Babies & Bellyboards - Director (Short Doc, UK, 2017)

A Bad Penny - Cinematographer (Micro-feature, UK, 2017)

What does it mean when you dream about carparks? - Cinematographer (Short Drama, UK, 2017)

Untitled - Dir/ Cine/ Editor (Ongoing short doc series, Lebanon, 2018-Current)

Lost Boyz - Dir/ Cine/ Editor (Short doc, Costa Rica, 2019)

Hima - Dir/ Cine/ Editor (Short doc, Lebanon, 2020,)

We Are Like Waves - Directed by Jordyn Romero, 2nd Shooter (Short Doc, Sri Lanka, 2021)

Gone To See A Man - Director (Doc, UK 2020-Current)

Chloe - Location Scout (BBC/ Amazon Drama, UK, 2021)