About Rebecca

Rebecca has over 20 years experience in the film and television industry as a director, producer, writer, editor and camera operator. A talented industry all-rounder, her skills and knowledge across sectors make her high in demand.

Her most recent work includes a behind the scenes film of Netflix’s hit drama Sex Education (Produced for BAFTA and currently has over 1.4 million YouTube views).

Rebecca enjoys creating content across multi platforms for audiences young and old, including short films, Tower Memory Arcade and One Last Outro along with supernatural comedy web series, DisPossess.

Her recent achievements in the creation of promotional and factual content include An Audience with Luke Evans (Camera Operator) and programmes for Arts Connect, Invictus Academy Trust and the Single Mums Business Network.

Rebecca’s work has been recognised at the highest levels, garnering awards and nominations both of national and international significance from The Royal Television Society (Central), The Accolade Global Film Competition, WRPN Global Web Series, The Indie Fest Film Awards and more locally to home, Carmarthen Bay Film Festival and the Wales International Film Festival.

When Rebecca’s not picking up awards, or lugging kit from shoot to shoot, she works across the industry in different capacities, most notably she is the Film and Digital Programme Developer for Arts Connect in Birmingham. She also works as an Events Producer with recent events including RTS Cymru Awards (Feb 2020) and Digital Symposium (March 2020).

Hugely passionate about supporting the next generation of filmmakers and filmgoers, Rebecca works extensively in education - training new talent and delivering workshops in schools, colleges and universities.