Sally-Anne has worked as a television producer for over twenty years making films for ITV, BBC, C4 and Animal Planet. Her credits include Jimmy’s Australian Food Adventure, Animal Cops, Safari Vet School, How to Look Good Naked, The Thatcher Factor, and Military Driving School.
Her most recent projects include producing and directing The Search for the lost manuscript: Julian of Norwich, a one hour documentary for BBC4 July 2016 and Series Producer of Wild Australia with Ray Mears, six half hour documentaries for ITV1, April 2016.
She has worked with children and young people in schools making fictional films and documentaries. The Devil’s Apprentice made with young filmmakers from Wymondham High School, won the First Light Best Drama Award in 2012. (This is equivalent to a children’s BAFTA). The Great War in Wymondham made with 30 children from Robert Ketts Primary School was a documentary featuring original research by the kids into the impact of World War 1 on Wymondham.
She has also made Art Films for exhibition in a gallery context.