Jane is passionate about the role of the filmmaker and the power of visual content to raise awareness and promote thought.
Her style weaves strong human-interest stories with solid research, stunning images, thoughtful music and clear commentary. Every project is greeted with curiosity and innovation.
Over the last two years, Jane has developed a personal relationship with the Dunstan family of Scrooby Manor, together with local author Sue Allan. Jane has also generated a link with the Plimoth Plantation Museum in the USA. She is committed to seeing the film through to completion and has related projects in the pipeline.
After graduation Jane completed a journalism and media production qualification and trained at the BBC as a researcher. It was whilst working on a BBC documentary about the history of Buckingham Palace, that she first discovered her passion for digging into archives. A successful and varied career has since followed.
Jane has over ten years of experience as a writer, producer and director of award-winning documentaries. Jane consistently delivers quality films to deadline and on budget. Forever in search of untold stories, Jane has travelled far and wide; she has followed a dissident superstar to China and driven across the wild plains of Hungary in search of the elusive Mangalica pig. Scrooby and its Manor have captured her imagination.
This is a film that will utilise Jane’s instinctive ability to marry personal stories with historical narrative. Her proven track record, passion for history, and exclusive access to Scrooby Manor, places her in a unique and privileged position to make this film.
The Pilgrim story has already gained momentum and support is required to bring this film to completion.
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