Danielle Graham

Danielle has twenty-five years experience in television and has made programmes about a wide range of subjects, across genres, for the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, Sky One and Sky Arts. She began her career as a current affairs researcher at LWT, where she took on various undercover assignments for The London Programme, including joining a cult and working as a care assistant in a nursing home. Her secret filming of the maltreatment of the elderly residents of the home earned her an RTS nomination before she was twenty five.

Danielle went on to make many documentaries for the BBC and Channel 4 and also helped to set the style of many successful formats. She began her directing career on the popular first series of ITV’s ‘Brits-abroad’ show, ‘Ibiza Uncovered’ (The ‘Uncovered’ brand went to five series for Sky One), later directed the very first episode of the BAFTA award-winning first series of ‘The Apprentice’ (Now on it’s eleventh series for the BBC) and was Series Editor of the first series of Storyvault Film’s Portrait Artist of The Year (Now in it’s third series for Sky One and Sky Arts).

Danielle has directed observational documentaries on everything from women’s rugby to psychic mediums and was Series Producer of the BBC’s flagship arts magazine programme, The Culture Show, for three years. Danielle joined Storyvault Films in 2012, where she currently works as an Executive Producer across several projects, including the ‘Artist of the year’ brand.