Throughout her career, both in theatre and television, Penny has remained passionate about performance and is known for her excellent work with actors and polished visual style. Penny started in theatre, and since moving into television she has directed hundreds of hours of drama. She is currently a returning director on Coronation Street, EastEnders, Fair City and Pobol Y Cwm and has directed for shows such as Hollyoaks, The Bill, Family Affairs (which she also produced), Grange Hill and Welsh prison drama Tu Fewn Tu Fas. She mentors young directors, occasionally teaching directing at postgraduate level, and did two years on Kenyan soap Makutano Junction teaching local directors and production crews. Penny is fluent in French and Welsh.
Regular director on ITV’s flagship continuing drama series.
Regular returning director on Ireland’s leading continuing drama series, filming in Dublin.
Returning director to Welsh language continuing drama series; most recent block December 2019 to January 2020.
Regular and returning director for C4’s continuing drama series.
Series 8, 9 and 10 of Mediae’s Kenyan issue led drama shot in Nairobi. Also mentored young Kenyan directors.
Over 30 episodes of the BBC1 flagship continuing drama series
Several 60’ episodes. In 2003 and 2004 Penny tutored training courses for new directors to THE BILL.
A director from 1998-2005 on the tightly budgeted and scheduled daily soap. She directed many of the most important episodes. Penny also Series Produced the show in 2001.
Over 25 episodes of ITV’s flagship continuing drama series
One series of the popular CBBC school drama.
Short devised drama
Two series (22 episodes) of STV’s Gaelic drama.
30 x 50’ episodes Welsh language drama
3 x 50’ episodes
3 x 60’ Welsh language dramas
Pontcanna / S4C
40 x 30’ episodes. Welsh language drama