PROFILE: JOSHUA GOOD
I am a highly skilled Producer/Director with 18+ years broadcasting experience producing beautifully crafted content. Storytelling is at the very heart of what I do.
I started my career by winning the Royal Television Society Best student factual film 1997, and a BBC Picture This bursary. I was at the BBC for 7 years and worked on a wide range of factual programmes and series. Since 2008 I have been freelance.
Since becoming Freelance I have been able to produce programmes for a wide variety of broadcasters both domestic and foreign. I continue to push the boundaries and challenge my audience’s expectations in all that I do.
I have produced and directed many successful documentaries in different genres: observational, presenter-led and drama reconstructions. Some are very serious, like Soldier, Husband, Daughter, Dad (BBC1), others more populist like Couples Come Dine with Me (C4).
I’m seasoned and hardened; I’ve exposed serious wrong-doing for Watchdog (BBC1), dealt with major crimes in Police Protecting Children (BBC1), been under fire with British troops in Iraq and Afghanistan, Extreme-Fished with Robson Green (Channel 5) and witnessed the war on drugs in Smugglers (ITV).
I can self-shoot or direct large crews. I use PMW 500 or equivalent AND Canon XF 305 or equivalent (in fact I can use any camera) to an exceptionally high standard. In the cutting room I have produced 60's, 30's and shorts for major UK and US broadcasters.
"Josh is an accomplished film maker with a broad range of experience. Amongst other programmes, he worked for me on "Police Protecting Children" where he showed journalistic integrity and sensitivity while dealing with harrowing subject matter. He was embedded with the army in Iraq while making the series "Soldier, Husband, Daughter, Dad" and demonstrated great courage. He is also a pleasure to work with."
Anne Morrison Chair of BAFTA (Formally Controller BBC Documentaries and Contemporary Factual)