KATE GRIFFITHS

Kate has worked in TV for over 10 years, for some of the best-known documentary companies in the UK including TwoFour, The Garden, Minnow Films and Century Films.

Her particular passion lies in access-based and observational documentaries. She has secured access to a range of institutions and individuals, from the health service and police to schools and businesses.

Films she has worked on include the BBC Wonderland documentary A Dad is Born about men becoming fathers and the BAFTA-nominated feature-length BBC documentary Scenes from a Teenage Killing that told the stories of all the teenagers who lost their lives to violence in a single year. She produced and directed on the BAFTA-nominated BBC series Keeping Britain Alive: The NHS in a Day which placed over 100 cameras across Britain's National Health Service on a single day.

Kate has also worked extensively in development, securing commissions and developing award-winning programs including 7/7 One Day in London, the BAFTA, Broadcast, Grierson and RTS Award-winning feature documentary directed by Ben Anthony.