Sharon lives and works in Nottingham as a video journalist formerly for Notts TV. Engaging with topics such as the refugee crisis, FGM, and even guinea pigs. Her debut documentary THE MOVEMENT was made by National Amusements in 2018. Described as ‘highly impressive’ (Eye for Film) and ‘practically criticism-proof’ (The Guardian). In Development: KEEPER OF THE PIGS, IRAQI MIME and PETALS OF FLESH.
Shreepali is a BAFTA and multi-award-winning transmedia director, writer and artist working across both broadcast and non-broadcast platforms – with experience in film, TV, radio, music videos, exhibitions, virtual reality and multi-screen video installations.
A former BBC producer/director she is also Professor of Film (University of Arts London) and presents internationally. Credits include: THE FRONTLINE (Producer/Director, AHRC); DRUNK? (Producer/Director, ERC); STORIES IN TRANSITION (Producer, AHRC); THE CROSSING (international multiscreen installation); CIRCUS – Producer/Director, Music Video for Daisy and the Dark; THE GOLDEN WINDOW – Director – International gallery and cinema screenings; DAWN (Director, BAFTA Short Film Winner); THE ENGLISH SURGEON – 2nd Unit Director Eyeline Films/BBC/ITVS EMMY Award Winner).
2022: MY OLD SCHOOL – Magnolia Pictures & Dogwoof, Partner at StoryVault TV. Film Credits include: TEDDY PENDERGRASS: IF YOU DON’T KNOW ME – Producer & Director BBC/Showtime; BRAGG: WIGTON TO WESTMINSTER – BBC; BROADMOOR – ITV; ME AND MY DOG – ITV; INSIDE GUINESS WORLD RECORDS – ITV; THE TWINS OF THE TWIN TOWERS – BBC1; PRINCE PHILIP AT 90 – NBC; INSIDE THE ROYAL WEDDING, Executive Producer, ITV; PRINCE WILLIAM’S AFRICA – SKY1 HD.