Christina Lee Graham Line Producer/Production Manager
14 January 2019
Christina Lee Graham
Home telephone: 07903941663
Mobile telephone: 07903941663
Email: cgraham58@gmail.com
Other: https://uk.linkedin.com/in/christinalgraham

About me: Im a proactive professional and pride myself on being able to think on my feet, adapt quickly to changing situations and make informed decisions. Working as part of a team, motivating others and making a valuable contribution are very important to me.

Although I was born and raised in the US, I dont sound like Loyd Grossman or Madonna.

9 years experience.

Genre: Animation, Childrens, Comedy, Current Affairs, Documentary, Drama, Drama Documentary, Factual Entertainment, Feature Films, Light Entertainment, Magazine Programmes, Multi camera Studio, Natural History, Observational Documentary, Online Content

Additional skills: CGI Video FX, File Based Formats, Health And Safety, Underwater Filming

Overseas experience in: Anguilla, Canada, Cuba, Egypt, Japan, Mexico, Thailand, United States of America.

Willing to be based in: Will consider any base, US


Credits

England's Forgotten Queen: The Life and Death of Lady Jane Grey

Production company: Darlow Smithson Productions; On-screen credit: Post Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC Four.

3 x 60’


Anguilla: After the Storm (w/t)

Production company: Darlow Smithson Productions; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC One.

1 x 60’[


Development

Production company: Darlow Smithson Productions; On-screen credit: Line Producer; Programme type: Documentary, Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: National Geographic Channel.

Development for landmark series


Ryan Gander: The Idea of Japan

Production company: Sundog Pictures; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC Four.

1 x 60’


Forbidden: Dying for Love (Series 2) and Web of Lies (Series 4)

Production company: Blast Films; On-screen credit: Line Producer; Programme type: Documentary, Drama, Drama Documentary; Broadcaster: Investigation Discovery.

Two docudrama series - each 10 x 60’. Drama reconstruction elements filmed in Toronto.


Gears, Grease & Glory

Production company: Dragonfly Film & Television; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Factual Entertainment; Broadcaster: Discovery.

6 x 60 "build" series filmed in five overseas locations


T. Rex Autopsy

Production company: Impossible Factual; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Animation, Documentary, Multi camera Studio, Natural History; Broadcaster: National Geographic Channel.

1 x 120’special featuring a life-size, anatomically correct model of a T. rex. Filmed "as live" at Pinewood Studios.


Mummies Alive

Production company: Impossible Factual; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Animation, Documentary, Natural History; Broadcaster: Smithsonian Channel, Shaw Media, UKTV, ZDF and SBS.

6 x 60’ co-production produced in conjuction with Saloon Media (Toronto). High end CGI as well as location filming in Europe and the UK.


Urban And The Shed Crew

Production company: Blenheim Films/Circadian Pictures; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Drama, Feature Films; Broadcaster: N/A.

Feature length independent film starring Richard Armitage and featuring a cast of many under 16s. Filmed on location and in studio in Leeds.


Diy Dummies

Production company: IWC Media; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Factual Entertainment; Broadcaster: Channel 5.

4 x 60’ series incorporating user generated content and location filming.


All You Can Eat

Production company: RDF Television; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: ITV.

1 x 60’ documentary exploring the world of competitive eating. Filmed on location throughout the UK and the US.


World's Biggest Pets

Production company: RDF Television; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary, Factual Entertainment; Broadcaster: Channel 5.

1 x 60’ documentary featuring supersized pets and their owners. Filmed on location in the UK and US.


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