Here are some of the films Erica has been involved in the last few years:
Erica produced and directed ‘Steph and Dom: Can Cannabis Save Our Son?’ For Channel 4. This was a personal journey into the presenters’ agonising decision to try and alleviate their son’s epilepsy with medicinal cannabis. In the light of the government decision to allow some people access to CBD oil, Steph and Dom open their doors to the cameras and meet other families also relying on various forms of cannabis oil.
Erica directed and narrated ‘Tessa Jowell: Her Last Campaign’ as a Panorama Special. It followed Tessa in her final weeks as she campaigns for more treatments for brain cancer patients. It also featured Jack Sanders and Robert Howard who also have the disease. It trended #2 on Twitter when it aired, was Pick of the Week in The Times and was featured on The One Show
Erica directed Catching a Killer: A Bullet through the Window, broadcast in December 2017. This, along with the two previous films, have been nominated for a 2018 BAFTA for Best Factual Series.
The Catching a Killer Series has been nominated for the 2018 Broadcast Awards and the RTS Awards for Best Documentary Series.
Helped set up this strand having worked on Behind Closed Doors. Senior member of the film crew and the film raised awareness of domestic abuse and coercive control.
Short-listed for the 2016 Grierson Documentary awards for best documentary on a contemporary theme – domestic. Nominated for Best Single Documentary at the Broadcast Awards and nominated for a BAFTA.
Nominated: AIB Awards, Broadcast Awards (Current Affairs) and RTS (Journalism)
BBC Watchdog Daily
Helped produce intimate films with victims of the 7/7 bombings for a Newsnight special in 2011.
BBC2 – Great British Railway Journeys
BBC2/4 – Secret World of Whitehall
BBC 2/4 – The Great Offices
(Nominated 2010 Grierson Awards)