Amelia is an award-winning producer with over 12 years in factual television and digital content internationally. She has developed and produced unscripted content for BBC, Netflix, Amazon, CNN, Nat Geo and Channel 4 to name a handful as well as digital unscripted content for leading brands such as Balenciaga, Coutts Banking, Augustinus Bader and Google.
Cutting her documentary teeth in her hometown of London Amelia has worked with some of the UK’s most prolific and award-winning directors and executive producers including Ridley Scott, working as a senior producer on his Unscripted team and spent over 6 years working side-by-side Emmy-winning director Sophie Robinson producing the BAFTA winning ‘Surgeon’s Cut’ for Netflix and ‘Me My Mouth and I’ for BBC as well as commercial content for leading brands that has seen her producing international, large scale shoots with high-profile talent including Lewis Hamilton, Bella Hadid and Dua Lipa.
During the covid pandemic she produced a multi-award-winning feature documentary for BBC and CNN Films ‘Race for the Vaccine’ which followed the scientists developing the vaccine against the clock in China, US, UK and Australia.
With a passion for education and the next generation of industry talent Amelia has lectured at London College of Communication (UAL) and Met Film School on the BA Film Making course as well as been a guest speaker for D&AD’s New Blood Programme.
Amelia is also a stills photographer and has been published by Sony, Habitus, Beat Magazine and the Financial Times.
Amelia has an all-round ability to create and produce exceptional story-led content with rigour and depth and is always on the lookout for new and exciting projects.
Find her in Melbourne, Australia where she currently is living and working.