I have employed Hannah almost continuously for the past five years and considered her a great asset to the company. She is a talented and reliable film maker and writer and I wouldn't hesitate to work with her again.
I've worked with Hannah on a number of wide-ranging wildlife and tribal projects in Africa, India and South America over the last few years. She's a dedicated film maker and passionate about the films she works on. Always a pleasure to be with on location where she combines creativity, insight, and a good sense of humour with a talent for carrying heavy equipment which is much appreciated by me, the cameraman. She's a team player. However, what has become particularly apparent over the years I've known her has been her talent for story telling and script writing where she is always ready with a well turned phrase and a quick wit.
Hannah is a passionate director, a meticulous producer, an elegant and intelligent script-writer, and a pleasure to work with. Faced with a tight budget and a demanding schedule in locations as challenging as the Amazon and Patagonia she has made quality, clever and intriguing programmes. You won't find anyone more committed to doing a good job - with style and humour.
A few short clips from episodes I wrote and produced for Wildest Africa and Wildest India - Off the Fence productions for Discovery and Arte.
There are more clips available to view on my website www.hannahvision.com/clips.html
I'm a freelance producer/director & edit producer specialising in natural history and with experience in a variety of wildlife programme styles.
Most recently I have been directing short, presenter-led inserts for BBC1's flagship magazine programme, The One Show. Subjects varied from rainbows to red deer, spiders to seahorses and were shot across the UK including Northern Ireland, Scotland, Wales... and of course, Bristol.
I've also produced several 52' narrated documentaries for Off the Fence's 'Wildest...' strand for Discovery/Arte. Three epic series that combined wildlife and people stories in some of the world's most dramatic landscapes and took me on location in Africa, India and South America.
Also for Off the Fence I edit produced and assistant produced on the fast-paced docusoap 'Monkey Thieves' for NatGeo which followed streetwise rhesus macaques in Jaipur, India.
I thrive in far-flung locations, love the challenge of finding budget-friendly ways to tell good stories and really enjoy the process of making films from research to final mix.
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