About Jeanie

Jeanie DavisonJeanie’s a TV Producer with extensive experience in documentaries, news/current affairs, adventure travel formats, factual entertainment, and digital content. She’s made programmes for broadcasters around the world including the BBC, ITV, Sky, Channel 4, Discovery Channel, National Geographic TV, ABC Australia, TVNZ and many more.

It’s work that’s taken her to many fascinating and far-flung places – from refugee camps and war zones to adventures in remote deserts, mountains and jungles. She’s filmed with everyone from high-profile celebrities to isolated African pygmy tribes!

During her career, she’s worn many different “hats” including Head of Factual, Head of Development, Executive Producer, Producer, Director, Camerawoman, Editor, Scriptwriter, and Development Executive.

Filming in the Sahara Desert, near Ouarzazarte

Filming in the Sahara Desert

Jeanie’s been a long-standing member of BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television), and has appeared at screen industry events around the world, notably the Edinburgh International Television Festival, Realscreen, BANFF, MIPCOM and MIPTV, the Cannes Film Festival, and the Adventure Travel Film Festival. 

She’s listed by BBC Media Action as a highly-experienced Consultant Producer and has UN Advanced Field Training for working in challenging and remote environments.

As UNICEF UK’s Television Manager, she worked on projects with high-profile UNICEF Ambassadors including Ewan McGregor, Tom Hiddleston and David Beckham as well as Channel 4 documentary Children Of War and the BBC’s BAFTA award-winning The Boy On The Bicycle, both highlighting the plight of Syrian refugee children.

She’s currently based in Sydney, where she is Screen Australia’s Documentary Development Manager.

For a more comprehensive list of Jeanie’s TV and film-making work, check out her LinkedIn profile. 

And as of March 2018, you can also now find her on Instagram.

1 thought on “About Jeanie

  1. advgrrls

    We tried to get a reality show about our adventures on our motorcycles but no interest. We thought 2 women ADV touring would be a good idea…but we were humbled to think otherwise. LOL


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