Emma's directing career began in Natural History with shows such as 'Time Team' and 'Killer Shark Live'. She then did a short stint in Reality on shows such as 'I'm a Celebrity', 'Fame Academy' and 'Celebrity Big Brother' to name a few.
After a dabble into property ('Location, Location, Location') and game shows ('Deal or no Deal'), she picked up formatted Factual Entertainment completion genres such as 'The Great British Sewing Bee' and 'The Great Pottery Throwdown', 'Comic Relief Celebrity Bake Off' and 'Bake Off - Creme de la Creme'.
The latter experience in the world of TV food made Emma very keen to lead her career into a specialism of the culinary world. Some of the most well known programmes she directed include 'Hell's Kitchen', 'Paul Hollywood's Pies & Puds', 'Great British Menu', 'Great British Food Revival' and 'James Martin's French Adventure'.
Emma has worked with over 120 chefs, many of the very well known; James Martin, Mary Berry, Paul Hollywood, John Torrode, Tom Kerridge, Heston Blumenthal, Gordon Ramsay, Marco Pierre White, Michel Roux Jnr and Senior, Raymond Blanc and Monica Galetti to name just a few.
She has also directed brands such as Asda, Kenwood, Green & Blacks and Waitrose.