Joann is a highly creative professional freelance filmmaker, wildlife, reportage and fine art photographer, and artist. She has worked with a wide variety of clients from celebrities to broadcasters and event organisers, with work published in notable publications (both online and print). Published work and clients include; The Telegraph, The Guardian, The Times, CGTN, BBC, Sport Relief, ITV, Channel 5, Channel 4, London Fashion Week, Swansea City AFC, Cardiff City AFC, SkillSet, but to name a few. In 2019 Joann was a Womanspire Award finalist in recognition of her work within the Creative and Media sector.
– FILM // TV – At 14 Joann attended a work placement with Tinopolis Television, Llanelli from which ultimately cemented her passion for wanting to pursue her career in motion pictures. Working as a successful freelance DV Director and Shooting Producer for network television shows and as a Producer and Director for feature film productions. Joann’s varied career, working in both technical and production departments, has provided her with a thorough appreciation of every aspect of the production process, from development right through to distribution, as well as understanding the needs of crew and production teams to achieve the best product regardless of budget.
– PHOTOGRAPHY – Joann has worked with a variety of photographic genres, clients and recognised internationally for her dynamic award winning work. Although based in South Wales, Joann has travelled internationally for photography shoots. With over eight years professional experience, she is always looking for a new challenge and enjoys pushing the boundaries of photography, including composite and digital artistry, to turn a photo into photographic art. Joann’s passion for storytelling in the medium of film is transferred seamlessly into her love for photography and capturing emotion within a single frame. For licensing of any of Joann’s images please email directly.
– FINE ART – Predominantly working with oil paints, Joann’s work has been recognised by acclaimed artists such as Sir Peter Blake. Her pieces are often are figurative works from life drawing studies, portraiture and equine studies which tie in with her current photographic portfolio.