Mary-jo Rosala
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Mary-jo Rosala

About me: Have worked in television over 14 years - PC for over 6 years, JPM for 2 years and PM for over a year. Continuinely striving to be the best and a safe pair of PM hands within the industry.
Other Skills:
Managing International filming
US Payroll experience
Forecasting and working cashflow
Negotiating rates and crewing/kit in the UK and USA

Genre: Childrens, Comedy, Documentary, Drama Documentary, Factual Entertainment, Observational Documentary, Online Content, Sport

Other skills: Additional Skills
Archive, First Aid, Health And Safety
Insurance claims, Music archive clearance, Negotiating crew/industry contracts, Preparing a budget, Preparing a cashflow, Preparing and running a cost manager, Preparing cost reports, Working in a studio, Working on a location, Working overseas

Willing to be based in: London / South East

Languages: conversational French


An Appetite For Self-destruction - Axl Rose

Production company: Honey Bee Media; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary, Drama Documentary; Broadcaster: US Broadcaster Reelz.

Managed and delivered a docudrama biography about the life and times of Axl Rose, lead singer of Guns n’ Roses for US Broadcaster Reelz.

Dancing On Real Ice

Production company: Wingspan Productions ; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Documentary, Factual Entertainment; Broadcaster: ITV.

Managed a one-off factual environmental prime time documentary for ITV with an entertainment twist. Involving complex filming logistics across Alaska and working with two UK sporting Olympic legends.


Production company: OTRO; On-screen credit: Production Manager; Programme type: Light Entertainment, Sport; Broadcaster: OTRO - ONLINE/SOCIAL MEDIA BROADCAST.

Provided Production Management holiday cover (two weeks) for exciting digital football channel producing online content and collaborating with some of the world’s top players old and new

The Unremembered

Production company: Uplands Televisions; On-screen credit: Production Manager ; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: Channel 4.

Production managed a one-off, hour long, prime-time historical specialist factual documentary for ChanneL 4 about forgotten African WW1 war graves.

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