Sally has been producing and directing award-winning documentaries for 30 years for domestic broadcasters ABC and SBS and international broadcasters such as WGBH NOVA, WNET Nature, BBC, Arte France, France TV and National Geographic TV.
At present the company is busy developing up the feature documentary WILD THINGS with support from Screen Australia and Film Victoria.
Other recent credits include INDIAN WEDDING RACE (SBS), FRANTIC FAMILY RESCUE (ABC), THE GREAT AUSTRALIAN FLY (ABC) which was nominated for BEST SCIENCE JOURNALISM at the Australian Museum Eureka Awards in 2015; the 6 part nature series DEVIL ISLAND (ABC/ITV/FRANCE TV), ACID OCEAN for WGBH NOVA/SBS/ARTE FRANCE/ZDF/SVT which won BEST MARINE SCIENCE program at Blue Ocean Film Festival and was also a finalist in Australia’s premier science journalism prize the Eureka Awards, AUSTRALIA’S GREAT FLOOD (2011) for National Geographic Channel USA which won Best Documentary at the ASTRA Pay TV Awards 2012; KANGAROO MOB (2011) about the street smart kangaroos that live in Canberra for ABCTV, PBS Nature, RTBF, YLE and SVT; the hit nature soap series PENGUIN ISLAND for BBC1, ABC1 and Arte France; cult arts documentary JOHN GOLLINGS:EYE FOR ARCHITECTURE about the work of John Gollings; the multi award science nature winner SEED HUNTER (ABCTV, ARTE France, SVT, RTE); TWO MUMS AND A DAD (2006) Winner Dendy and ATOM Awards; WELCOME 2 MY DEAF WORLD (2005) AFI nominee Best Documentary and many more.
Sally keeps her feet on the ground by regularly producing short web documentaries about international aid programs. To date these have been made in Burundi, Tanzania, Cambodia, Fiji and Vietnam.
Sally moved to Darwin in the Northern Territory in May 2017 to be the Director at Screen Territory. She recently left this position to return to creative independent production.