A former award-winning BBC TV and radio journalist, now specializes in corporate communication and strategy particularly concerning climate change and other sustainability issues. Director of her own organisational change consultancy, Susan’s experience in the corporate world and work in government brings a sharper focus to her media training and executive coaching portfolio.
Susan has been working at the highest levels of broadcast journalism for the last fifteen years. She has reported many historic moments in some of the world’s most respected newsrooms; covering the Gulf War and the resignation of Margaret Thatcher at ITN, the fall of the Berlin wall, and the release of Nelson Mandela for LWT’s network documentary series, “Eyewitness”.
Susan anchors major radio news programme and regularly presents national and international TV news bulletins. She also presents radio phone-ins and television news location reports.
Susan is proud to be at the forefront on the campaign to eradicate FGM in the UK and recently chaired the Intercollegiate Symposium which led to the House of Commons launch of the report by The Royal College of Midwives, Royal College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists, Royal College of Nursing and Metropolitan Police on the issue. The Metropolitan Police have asked Susan to chair an international conference on FGM in Spring 2014.
As a media trainer, Susan can offer the benefit of a wide range of experience of differing styles of interviewing as well as a valuable insight into what journalists want from an interview.
Clients include Dell, Merrill Lynch, Direct Line, various Local Government authorities, National Savings, Rolls Royce, First Utilities.
Emma Vickers is a filmmaker with over 20 years experience as a lighting camerawoman and Director across observational and factual documentary making. The diversity of her work includes broadcast, public sector, corporate, drama and multi-platform content generation. She has worked on programmes for the BBC, Channel 4 and ITV as well as promotional films for clients such as Google, Universal Music Group and Sainsbury’s. She has a background in educational programme making and has extensive experience filming with young children for Early Years. More recently she shot a series for CBeebies encouraging young girls into Engineering.
As a documentary filmmaker, her passion is working directly with people and communities to enable them to tell their stories through film. Her approach is collaborative and she seeks to involve and engage people in all aspects of the film making process. She has co-produced projects with the Yemeni community in Sheffield and Liverpool and co-created the award winning website myTube www.mytube.mymnd.org.uk, developed with people living with Motor Neurone Disease. Her work has been supported by organisations such as the University of Sheffield, Sheffield Teaching Hospitals, SITraN and The Alzheimers Society.
Ben joined TVPP in 2016. He has been working in in Media, both video production, and websites for over 15 years. Work has included Camera, editing, directing and pre-production and Colour Crading for Comunity, corporate and TV projects. This has included short-form and long form including a award wining film about the Pawthcawl Elvis festival (The King and Dai). More of his work can be seen at funkytwig.com.
Fiona has worked with TVPP since 2012 and has been constructing websites since 1998 her clients have included charities and the Nationwide Building society. She runs her own site Myparentcare.org.uk She has recently completed programmes for prime-time ITV-1 and Channels 4 and 5.
Rosemary Bowen-Jones has produced and directed “Survivor” for ITV-1; won an RTS Award for Best Daytime Feature for her Watercolour Challenge programme in Connemara; made the definitive country music documentary “Stand By Your Dream : The Tammy Wynette Story” for the BBC’s BAFTA award winning Arena Series.
Ros joined TVPP in 2014. He has nine years experience shooting a range of documentaries, short films, corporate videos, online web clips and 360 video. He has worked for TV, independent film companies, government bodies, corporate companies and community projects. Having a background originally in archaeology he has also won awards from The Archaeology Channel for his historical documentaries and runs a history podcast at www.agoodwalkspoiled.co.uk
David Bowen-Jones has reported for TV and radio and has produced Peter Jennings and Barbara Walters for American Networks, and John Humphreys, Roger Cook and Roland Rat in the UK. He directed the National Training Award-winning video “Clean Up Your Act” for Courage Ltd.David Bowen-Jones founded TVPP in 1982.
He has worked on a wealth of projects, including an Emmy nominated documentary. He has interviewed 7 heads of state, rebel leaders, cabinet ministers, company chairmen, scientists, trade unionists, artists, writers, celebrities, and stars.