Caroline has been a Development Exec at Boundless Productions for the past 18 months, creating ideas for all the major terrestrial and digital channels as well as the SVODs. Her most recent commissions include 60 Days On The Street for C4, and a yet to be announced series for BBC Daytime. Her previous commissions include the BBC Two series The Recipes That Made Me (Sugar Films), and two series of BBC Daytime's Filthy Rotten Scoundrels, (Leopard Films), as well as a range of documentaries for BBC Current Affairs including the acclaimed Is It Rape?: Sex on Trial, Britain's Biggest Sexists, The Truth About Child Sex Abuse and Britain's Gay Footballers. Caroline has also developed lighter documentaries with warm and compelling narratives such as Channel 5's The Secrets of The Tea Chimps (Angel Eye Media) and BBC One's The Woman Who Woke Up Chinese (Victory). Over the past few years in development, Caroline has led access approaches within her teams and secured series access to A&E units, specialist medical teams and police forces, as well as hard to access communities and individuals across Britain.