CELIA JASPERS

Producer / Director

Hi I'm Celia, award winning director, producer & editor. With three decades of experience on set and in the field, I love what I do and I've found my voice in factual & narrative stories that are not only empowering but brimming with heart, joy and authenticity.

I live on a farm with my family near Wellington, and frequently travel around New Zealand and Australia or further abroad. Often found fast talking in anything from ball gowns to gumboots (not usually together!). Practically skilled, I can drive a tractor, fly a plane, fix a chainsaw, make a mean lemon meringue pie or direct award winning films!

Im excited to roll up my sleeves with other down to earth talent and see what fun, joy & passion I can bring to your project.

 

EXPERIENCED

 

International productions for BBC, HGTV, Animal Planet, NHK, Channel 7, Foxtel, CNN
to New Zealand networks, TVNZ, Maori Television and Prime TV.

Over 1100 hours of director credits spanning 28 years of experience across many genres.

Experienced Director, Producer & Editor in quality television & film production.

Efficient, resourceful and passionate about telling strong stories with beautiful pictures and sound.

Post production producer & editor with thousands of hours in post, to build on a vast and experienced background.

SHOWS & CONTENT

• SHORT FILM • DOCUMENTARY • WILDLIFE & SCIENCE • SCRIPTED & NON SCRIPTED REALITY/OB DOC  • TVC • PROMOTIONAL • HIGH END CORPORATE • CHILDREN’S •

• Country Calendar • House Hunters International • Primeval New Zealand • Life Force • World of Wearable Art • Castaway • Shearing Gangs • Family Feuds • Real Escapes • Remarkable Vets • The Amazing Race Asia • Coast • What Now • Tuhono • The Lionman • Over the Top • Cool Kids Cooking • Kiwifruit • 10 Years Younger • Studio 2 • The 50K of Coronet Peak • Wired • The Tribe • Dark Knight / Ivanhoe • WNTV • What Now? • Creative Groove • Get Real • The Great Kiwi Video Show • Chatterbox • Son of a Gunn • Outlook • One West Waikiki • Smokefree Stage Challenge •

Milk – short film excerpt

Country Calendar – Routeburn episode