Collaborating closely with Touchcast’s CEO Paul Field and a production team of 7, I wrote treatments, shooting scripts, created the game’s structure, narrative and evaluation tool, and self-shot sequences and interviews on location in the UK, the USA, India, and Sweden.
In order to save on licensing costs, I proposed that Touchcast should shoot its own stock footage. Paul Field later praised this “inspired, high-risk” strategy.
Centred on a 35-minute documentary, Unbias explores complex issues of unconscious bias in the workplace. The interactive experience offers 15 hours of optional additional content, from additional films, web links, and psychological quizzes, to a branching-narrative game in which players run through a team leadership scenario.
This inspiring and informative training experience has been translated into 7 languages and watched by more than half a million people on 5 continents.
I was approached by Transport for London to create a suite of short films celebrating the 100th anniversary of women working in the British transport industry.
Keen to tell this extraordinary story, I came up with the creative proposal, cast the contributors, researched archive content, directed on location, and collaborated with editor Lawrence Axe to create a suite of films that exude humour and optimism.