Senior Edit Producer / Series Edit Producer / Edit Producer / Script Writer

For the last 14+ years, I’ve funded my gin, vinyl and haberdashery habits by edit producing and writing voice over scripts for television for most broadcasters in the UK, a couple in the US, plus Netflix and Amazon.

I’ve written over 110 hours of broadcast television: from cookery shows to property programmes, dog grooming competitions and travelogues, plus a spot of grime porn thrown in for good measure.

My strengths lie in writing voice over with a smidge of wit, a pinch of cheek and a soupçon of personality. I’ve set the tone in commentary for many a series, not to mention doctoring and polishing other scripts.

My career highlights to date include scripting an observational documentary series about the Best Western hotel chain that half the viewers on Twitter thought had been created by Ricky Gervais, and becoming the acceptable voice of Top Gear / Grand Tour presenter James May for his most recent travel series’ for Amazon.

Oh, and the odd pun. Love a pun, me. I’m pun-loving criminal, in fact.

Top pun, that!


Senior Edit Producer

A Very British Hotel Chain: Inside Best Western – Plum Pictures for Channel 4 (2019-2020)

How To Live Mortgage Free With Sarah Beeny – Plum Pictures for Channel 4 (2016-17)

Tipping Point – RDF for ITV1 (2015)

Series Edit Producer

George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces series 11 – Plum Pictures for Channel 4 (2022)

James May: Our Man In Italy – Plum Pictures & New Entity for Amazon Prime Video (2021-22)

Johnny Vegas: Carry On Glamping – Plum Pictures for Channel 4 (2020)

Food Junkies – Fresh One for London Live (2014)

Edit Producer

Gino’s Italy: Like Mama Used To Make – Betty TV for ITV1 (2022)

Millionaire Holiday Home Swap – Plum Pictures for Channel 5 & Paramount Plus (2022)

George Clarke’s Amazing Spaces (2018-19 & 2021)

Paul O’Grady’s For The Love Of Dogs – Multistory for ITV1 (2020 & 2021)

Our Family Farm Rescue – STV for Channel 5 (2021)

Pooch Perfect – Beyond Productions for BBC1 (2020-21)

Big Flower Fight – Multistory for Netflix (2019)

James May: Our Man In Japan – Plum Pictures & New Entity for Amazon Prime Video (2019)

The Family Brain Games – Label 1 for BBC Two (2019)

Easyjet: Inside The Cockpit – ITN for ITV (2019)

Britain By Bike – Channel 5 (2018)

Call The Cleaners – Curve Media for ITV1 (2018)

Great British Menu – Optomen for BBC Two (2015, 2016 & 2018)

Peter Andre’s 60 Minute Makeover – Shiver for Quest Red (2017-18)

£10k Holiday Homes – Betty TV for Channel 4 (2017)

Gino’s Italian Coastal Escape – Shiver for ITV1 2017)

Sh*tholes – Vice for Viceland (2017)

Killer Women With Piers Morgan – Plum Pictures for ITV1 (2017)

Freddie Down Under – Plum Pictures for Sky One (2017)

Penelope Keith’s Hidden Villages – Reef TV for More 4 (2015)

Big Kitchens – Windfall Films for A&E Networks (2015)

Tipping Point – RDF for ITV1 (2014-15)

Double Your House For Half The Money – Redhouse for Channel 4 (2014)

Jamie’s Comfort Food – Fresh One for Channel 4 (2014)

Taste Of Britain – Cactus TV for BBC1 (2014)

Auf Wiedersehn, My Pet – Shine for ITV1 (2013)

Paul Hollywood’s Pies and Puds – Spun Gold for BBC Two (2013)

ITV’s Crime Thriller Club – Cactus TV for ITV3 (2013)

The Roux Scholarship – Cactus TV for Watch (2013)

iTunes Festival – Princess Productions for iTunes (2012)

Superstorm Sandy – Pioneer Productions for National Geographic (2012)

EMA Spotlights – MTV (2011 & 2012)

Geordie Shore: Chaos In Cancun – MTV (2012)

Sport Relief 2012 – Comic Relief (2012)

The Great British Taste Tour – ITV for ITV1 (2012)

The Weakest Link – BBC for BBC1 (2008-10)

“Claire is an extremely talented and witty writer and her scripts were absolutely on point. Claire’s extremely creative and her ideas for strands and themes were fantastic. She was a great person to have on the team and I’d have no hesitation at all in hiring her again.” – former Executive Producer, MTV.

“I don’t think ‘squeaky bum time’ is suitable language for pre-watershed television” – former commissioner, Channel 4.

“But why isn’t it your voice I hear on the telly?” – my mother.

%d bloggers like this: