DOX’s principal film-maker, David has been making films for twenty-five years. He has over 40 producer and series producer credits for prime-time factual programmes on the BBC, Channel 4 and PBS. His films have been shown by 30 different broadcasters in 22 countries. His portfolio includes the acclaimed BBC series Earth Story, for which he was series producer and received the Walter Sullivan Award for Excellence in Science Journalism, presented to him by the American Geophysical Union in 1999, and Project Poltergeist which won a Grierson Award in 2004. His most recent work as director is the feature documentary ‘In the Shadow of the Moon’ which received its world premiere at the Sundance Festival in January 2007. He is currently acting as Executive Producer on Moon Machines, a six-part series for Discovery Science Channel.
Duncan is a freelance producer/director and a regular associate of DOX Productions. Duncan has worked on several award-winning science series including Earth Story (BBC and TLC) and Universe 2001 (Channel 4 and TLC). His credits at DOX include director of Magnetic Flip and Global Dimming, both of which have won prestigious WildScreen awards. Magnetic Flip was also a finalist in the 2004 Grierson Awards. He is the producer of In the Shadow of the Moon. Duncan is also a freelance science writer with over 70 publications to date and has been an on-screen presenter for BBC, Discovery and National Geographic. Duncan holds a Master's degree and a Doctorate from London University in Earth Sciences. He is currently acting as Series Producer and Director on Moon Machines, a six-part series for Discovery Science Channel.
Sarah Kinsella is a freelance associate producer and a regular associate of DOX Productions. Sarah began her career in documentaries at BBC Horizon, where she worked as a production co-ordinator. Sarah left the BBC in 2000 to work as Production Manager on the ITV series Harrow - the School on the Hill. Following this she spent five months filming in Indonesia as Location Manager on a thirteen part series A Month of Living Dangerously. Sarah’s associate producer credits at DOX include Grierson winner Project Poltergeist, Hitler’s Sunken Secret, and In the Shadow of the Moon. Sarah also recently produced Underwater Dream Machine for WGBH/NOVA and directed a short film for DOX.
Chris gained his Doctorate from Imperial College , University of London in the mid 1990s working on results from the first ESA/NASA Spacelab mission - STS-9. Since then he has worked in science broadcasting and has over a hundred TV shows to his name. He acted as Series Researcher for the BBC/A&E landmark series The Planets and was a director on the corporation’s multi-award winning flagship science show Tomorrow’s World. He produced the recent drama Space Odyssey - a BBC/Discovery co-production. He is currently acting as Executive Producer on Moon Machines, a six-part series for Discovery Science Channel.
Heather has experience of both Post Production and Production Management. After graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Media and English Literature she spent 4 years working in Post Production facilities before moving on to the production of Factual Entertainment, Current Affairs and Investigative programming. She is currently working as Associate Producer on Moon Machines, a six-part series for Discovery Science Channel.
Selena is a highly experienced production manager who has worked on over 50 different projects for the BBC, Channel 4 and Discovery Communications. She has day-to-day responsibility for all financial aspects of DOX's productions, including cost control and reporting, budgeting and contract negotiations with broadcasters.