We have been making TV documentaries for over 17 years and work as a 2 woman self-shooting production unit. After careers at the BBC, we set up Gold Star Productions in 2009 to make films which make a difference.
We work collaboratively with organisations and individuals to make observational documentaries in subject areas that are not well-understood. Recent productions offer insights into the criminal justice system, rape and sexual assault, and the work of the British Army Counter Improvised Explosive Device task force. Through making programmes we’ve met some incredible people who have bravely chosen to share what’s happening in their lives.
Our most recent project, The Prosecutors: Prisons, Drugs & Drones and The Prosecutors: Modern Day Slavery, is a series following the work of The Crown Prosecution Service, West Mercia Police, Avon & Somerset Police and Staffordshire Police for BBC TWO.