Filmmaker . Producer
Phoebe Holman is a multi award-winning independent documentary filmmaker and creative producer.
Phoebe's work focuses on diversity, celebrating difference, breaking down stereotypes and representing the underrepresented. With a primary and personal focus on supporting the stories of people with disabilities.
Her documentaries have featured in film festivals in London, New York, Bucharest and she has film exhibitions in Bristol, UK.
She currently works as an Associate Producer for Super Nature, a wildlife documentary feature film, set for a festival circuit and cinema release. The world's first collaborative wildlife documentary feature shot entirely on Super 8 film cameras, with people and stories from across the world.
She is also the Creative Project Manager for Team Love’s ED&I organisation, Big Team CIC; developing supported and inclusive pathways into the creative industries, forming a successful wealth of diversity and inclusion projects and careers in the south-west and beyond.
She has worked as a 1st AD in high end commercials and short films.
Her career started in television and worked her way to a self-shooting and casting assistant producer and has worked on a range of genres including documentary, natural history , factual entertainment and game shows.
A cross-section of some of the types of programmes she has worked on include Channel 5's observational documentary 'Cursing In the Classroom, Tourettes and Me', BBC 1 's primetime BAFTA award winning 'DIY SOS' and Channel 4's 'Crystal Maze USA'.
Phoebe can produce, cast, direct, shoot on a range of cameras and edit.