Phillippa D Whittall Production Manager
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Phillippa D Whittall

7 years experience.

Genre: Documentary, Factual Entertainment, Light Entertainment, Multi camera Studio, Observational Documentary, Outside Broadcasts, Reality

Additional skills: File Based Formats, First Aid, Health And Safety

Other skills: Hostile Environment Training

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

Languages: YES English


Credits

Homestead Rescue

Production company: RAW TV ; On-screen credit: Unit Production Manager; Programme type: Factual Entertainment, Reality; Broadcaster: Discovery Channel .

9 month contract travelling around US, setting up base for up to 25 crew every 2.5 weeks in off grid locations. Managing budget on location, H&S, logistics, talent management.


Romesh's Really Rough Guide

Production company: Rumpus Media ; On-screen credit: Line Producer ; Programme type: Documentary, Factual Entertainment; Broadcaster: BBC2.

Setting up shoots & recce’s, traveling with team of 6 people n recce’s and for shoots on location in hostile or dangerous environments. Managing budget, H&S, working closely with remote trauma, managing talent and crew, handling workflows of delivery.


Aimag

Production company: Progress Productions ; On-screen credit: Senior Production Manager ; Programme type: Outside Broadcasts, Sport; Broadcaster: SKY Sports .

Managing 7x sporting events with teams of 4/5 in each venue. Overseeing workflow of live VT’s and Medal Ceremonies. Managing budget, writing contracts, liaising with Olympic committee to adhere to rules and regulations of sporting events


Insider With Reggie Yates

Production company: Flicker Productions ; On-screen credit: Line Producer ; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC3.

Writing budget to submit to channel for sign off, Managing cost manager in PMI . Setting up and overseeing shoots in Iraq, US, Ghana. Dealing with high risk locations so additional security, insurance, H&S and training required


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