Jeanie’s been working in TV and digital content production in the UK, New Zealand, Australia and Africa since 1994. She has extensive experience across a wide range of programme genres including documentaries, news/current affairs, reality, formats, factual entertainment, children’s and multi-platform programming.
It’s a career that’s taken her all over the world to fascinating and far-flung places, and enabled her to meet, interview and film people from all walks of life, backgrounds and cultures.
During her career, she’s worn many different “hats” including Head of Factual, Head of Development, Executive Producer, Producer, Director, Camerawoman, Scriptwriter, and Development Executive.
She’s a long-standing member of BAFTA (British Academy of Film and Television), and has appeared as a speaker and workshop producer at a wide range of screen industry events around the world, notably the Edinburgh International Television Festival, Realscreen and MIP.
She’s listed on BBC Media Action‘s database as a trusted and experienced Trainer and Consultant Producer. She’s a member of the Communication 4 Development (C4D) Network and was UNICEF UK’s Television Manager from May 2015 to the end of 2016. She also has UN Advanced Security In The Field training.
She’s currently Content Production Specialist at Amnesty International in Sydney, Australia.
For a more comprehensive list of her TV credits and experience to date (February 2017), check out her LinkedIn profile: