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Roxy is a filmmaker and journalist based in the UK, with wide-ranging experience and a track record for working on groundbreaking stories. She has been selected by the Sheffield Documentary Festival as one of their ‘Future Producers’ of 2017, and her work has been broadcast and published on outlets such as Channel 4, VICE, VICELAND US and VICELAND UK, amongst others. She worked on both seasons of the twice Emmy nominated documentary series about LGBT rights, ‘Gaycation’, presented by Ellen Page, where she developed the pilot under the guidance of Oscar-award winning writer/director Spike Jonze for VICE Media, and was working from development to completion of the series. She has also worked on the Realscreen award-winning show ‘Black Market’ for VICELAND, the Broadcast and UKMVA award-nominated online series ‘Hip Hop in the Holy Land’, and ‘States of Undress’, a series about the politics of fashion and consumerism; winner of the 2016 New York Front Page Award for ‘TV Special Reporting’. She recently worked on a 4 x 30’ series for Channel 4 called ‘Sound and Vision’, about music artists who are part of social and political movements around the world. Roxy has previously worked to gain access on stories from human rights abuses in China, to LGBT rights in Japan, to the poaching of endangered species in Cyprus, to homeless youth in Jamaica. She is always keen to pitch and develop stories, with a focus in current affairs, culture, news, and politics, and with experience in food and factual entertainment too. She also has experience in print journalism, with feature articles covering topics from North Korean defectors in the UK to right wing religious groups in India to the first lingerie company operating out of the West Bank. The experience of working on a range of formats, from digital films to TV broadcast series has been invaluable, and she is confident in producing shoots both at home and abroad - with experience developing, producing and delivering films for both UK and international broadcast. She is currently developing both her first scripted and documentary feature-film projects, and her directorial debut ‘Little Pyongyang’, a short film about North Korean defectors in London, will premiere in competition at CPH: Dox Festival in 2018.Locked Pro Plan feature
Worked on a 4 x 30’ series for Channel 4 called ‘Sound and Vision’, about music artists who are part of social and political movements around the world.
‘Hip Hop in the Holy Land’ (Noisey, 2015 - Associate Producer)