Christine’s TV career began in the newsroom at BBC South. She moved to London to work as a researcher on the landmark documentary series 40 Minutes before making her first film Welcome to Surbiton in 1992.
Since then she has produced, directed, series-produced and executive-produced a broad range of popular documentaries. Her work includes a profile of the American Vogue magazine editor, Anna Wintour for BBC1; The Walton Sextuplets Come of Age - a portrait of the Liverpool-born Walton sextuplets in the year building up to their 18th birthday, and two BBC1 Christmas special documentaries – Richard Wilson Way Out West in which the actor learned to be a cowboy in Wyoming, and Connie’s Story following the winner of ‘How do You Solve A Problem Like Maria’ as she prepared for her starring role in Andrew Lloyd Webbers West End hit, The Sound of Music.
Christine joined Chris Terrill at Uppercut Films in September 2008 as joint creative director.