Megan Taylor Production Manager
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Megan Taylor

About me: After finishing a Media degree in 2011 I worked on the first series of 999: Whatís Your Emergency? for Channel 4 with Blast! Films. After furthering my career at various production companies, I then returned to Blast in 2013. I have since overseen Blastís UK & US development slates, along with working across some of Blastís biggest seriesí, including The Secret Life of the Zoo, The Catch and The Supervet (C4).

4 years experience.

Genre: Documentary, Observational Documentary

Additional skills: Archive, File Based Formats, Health And Safety

Other skills: Working on Documentary with Talent & multi cam setup (The Supervet for Channel 4)

Willing to be based in: London / South East

Languages: English


Credits

The Supervet, Series 5

Production company: Blast! Films; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary, Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: Channel 4.

The Supervet follows the stories of owners, their pets, and the treatment they receive at Fitzpatrick Referrals. Every programme is a journey to the extraordinary. Following three to four key stories per episode, right from the moment distraught owners arrive with their poorly animals, through initial consultation, and treatment, to the outcome. Fix rig is used to capture the natural reactions of the owners and pets in the difficult circumstances, amongst the intimate and funny moments of the staff, whilst cameras off rig pick-up surgeries, back stories & interviews with all involved in each story.


Reported Missing, Series 2

Production company: Blast! Films; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary, Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC1.

Reported Missing, is an observational documentary series following Cheshire police and partner agencies in their work with missing people investigations and searches.


The Supervet, Series 4

Production company: Blast! Films; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary, Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: Channel 4.

The Supervet follows the stories of owners, their pets, and the treatment they receive at Fitzpatrick Referrals. Every programme is a journey to the extraordinary. Following three to four key stories per episode, right from the moment distraught owners arrive with their poorly animals, through initial consultation, and treatment, to the outcome. Fix rig is used to capture the natural reactions of the owners and pets in the difficult circumstances, amongst the intimate and funny moments of the staff, whilst cameras off rig pick-up surgeries, back stories & interviews with all involved in each story.


A Year To Fall In Love

Production company: Blast! Films; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary, Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: Channel 4.

Following the highs and lows of a group of single Brits on their journey to find love potentially. Filming material themselves, and covering the intimate details of relationships, this Programme is character-driven and a deeply personal insight into the truth about love in Britain in 2017.


The Secret Life Of The Zoo, Series 1

Production company: Blast! Films; On-screen credit: Junior Production Manger; Programme type: Documentary, Observational Documentary; Broadcaster: Channel 4.

This fixed rig series shows the amazing work of keepers, the life of the animals and the world of Chester Zoo.


Double Decker Driving School

Production company: Blast! Films; On-screen credit: Junior Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary, Factual Entertainment; Broadcaster: ITV.

This series follows a small group of trainees as they negotiate their way through their bus driving training period, picking up all the highs & lows along the way.


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