Laura Romayne Miller Production Manager
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Laura Romayne Miller

About me: I’m an experienced and well-respected manager within the television industry, with 12 years + in the independent sector covering the whole spectrum of programme making - drama, drama-documentary, documentary, factual, news and current affairs for the UK broadcasts as well as the international co-production markets.
I am married with two children and I’m passionate about photography as well as my former work outside television as a Trustee for the Thomas’s School Foundation - an independent charity providing educational opportunities for children in local communities.

16 years experience.

Genre: Current Affairs, Documentary, Observational Documentary

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

Other skills: I’m by no means an expert but I’m learning a great deal about museum copyright and compliance!

Willing to be based in: London / South East

Languages: English, French


Credits

Secrets Of The Museum

Production company: Blast! Films; On-screen credit: Line Producer; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC Television.

BBC television series, with the working title ‘Secrets of the Museum’. With privileged access behind the scenes at the V&A, this Series will tell the stories of some of the most fascinating objects within the collection. Through the eyes of the keepers, curators, and conservators and staff who lovingly look after them, the Series will follow museum staff as they repair, clean, conserve, redisplay, acquire and transport objects. Through these processes, we seek to illuminate how the object was made, the history of the objects, and the relationship the object has with the V&A and its staff


Antony Gormley: How Art Began

Production company: Blast! Films; On-screen credit: Line Producer; Programme type: Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC Television.

Why do humans make art? When did we begin to make our mark on the world? And where? In this major new film, Britain’s most celebrated sculptor, Antony Gormley, is setting out on a journey to see for himself the very beginnings of art.


Panorama

Production company: BBC Television; On-screen credit: Unit Manager; Programme type: Current Affairs; Broadcaster: BBC Television.

Panorama is a British current affairs documentary programme aired on BBC. Its first broadcast was in 1953, it is the world’s longest-running news television programme. The programme also airs worldwide through the BBC World News.


Tx

Production company: Illuminations Television; On-screen credit: Unit Manager; Programme type: Documentary, Drama Documentary; Broadcaster: BBC Television.

A series of 10 x 60 mins Music and Arts films including Ed Coulthard’s film with Nan Goldin and the TX. production of T.S. Elliot’s poem The Waste Land, directed by Deborah Warner and featuring Fiona Shaw which was an Offical Selection for the Cannes Film Festival.


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