Organisations.

In 2000 world leaders committed to ending extreme poverty through the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs). In 2008, poverty still takes 50,000 lives a day. This film calls upon world leaders and governments to keep their promise to the worlds’ poorest citizens.

Camilla worked on the material in East Africa.

Role: Camera/Producer in Africa
Broadcast: September 2008 - Time Warner Cable's UN Channel 78

Tennis star Venus Williams recently visited Kenya to see how CARE and Procter & Gamble are partnering to help women provide clean drinking water for their families. The stakes are high. Every day, more than 2,000 children die from diarrhea caused by unsafe drinking water.

Role: Camera/ Editor
Broadcast: April 2013

A new report from Save the Children finds that the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) is the world’s most difficult place to be a mother. Many women are unable to reach clinics to give birth because they live so far away and cannot afford to make the journey to hospital. 48,000 babies die within 24 hours of being born every year in the DRC.

Role: Camera/Editor
Broadcast: May 2013

This film illustrates how new sweet potato varieties have improved nutrition and incomes for households in Rangwe Division in Kenya’s Homa Bay District.

Families are growing and eating sweet potatoes with more vitamins and local women have set up successful businesses to make and sell food products.

Role: Producer/Director/Editor
Broadcast: June 2006

Vegpro is one of the leading growers and exporters of vegetables and roses, from Kenyan fields to European supermarkets.

This half hour documentary looks at the different processes involved in the export business, though the eyes of those involved - from the grassroots level in Kenya, through the vegetable, flower and pack house chains to the distribution of produce in the supermarkets across Europe.

Role: PD/Camera/Editor
Broadcast: September 2010

GALV med is protecting livestock and saving human lives and livelihoods, by making livestock vaccines, diagnostics and medicines accessible and affordable to the millions in developing countries for whom livestock is a lifeline.

The film highlights how healthier livestock can provide a pathway out of poverty and enhance food security..

Role: Director/Editor
Broadcast: March 2007

Farmers growing new varieties of beans in Bushenyi District in southwest Uganda have reversed drastic losses of recent years caused by bean root rot disease.

Through the promotion of different bean varieties, food security has improved and many farmers are on a more commercial footing.

Role: Producer/Director/Editor
Broadcast: June 2006

Farmers growing new varieties of beans in Bushenyi District in southwest Uganda have reversed drastic losses of recent years caused by bean root rot disease.

Through the promotion of different bean varieties, food security has improved and many farmers are on a more commercial footing.

Role: Producer/Director/Editor
Broadcast: June 2006

This film documents a group of Earthwatch Teacher Award winners in the field, as they learn to trap, observe and identify different insect species. It includes interviews with scientists, educators and farmers.

The film also looks at practical ways in which we can all contribute to the well-being of Britain's insect species..

Role: PD/Camera/Editor
Broadcast: October 2007

Launched in 2010, Shujazz FM is a story about young people growing up in modern Kenya. It is broadcast on multiple media channels to inspire over 5 million young Kenyans to take action and improve their lives.

This film helped win Shujazz FM their 2012 International Digital Emmy Award for Children & Young People.

Role: PD/Editor
Broadcast: April 2012

This film is intended as an educational resource for teachers and students interested in the interaction between humans and cetaceans. The film looks at the different techniques used to study the cetaceans and the conservation issues that drive current research initiatives.

Role: PD/Camera/Editor
Broadcast: October 2007

Rural schools in Kenya struggle not only to provide, but to maintain access to water, sanitation and hygiene services. This film looks at how to support nation-wide change to improve these conditions, through influencing government to increase funding, whilst working out sustainable and long term solutions for WASH in schools.

Role: Camera/Producer/Editor
Broadcast: July 2012

Send my Friend to School Campaign
World leaders have promised that all children will have an education by 2015.
This film looks into how attainable this goal is for a community of girls in Northern Tanzania.

Role: Editor
Broadcast: January 2012