Jacqueline Farmer holds a Master’s in Broadcast Journalism from the University of the Arts, London, and a bachelor’s degree in Natural Science from Durham University. Her career began in radio with the BBC World Service, but for the past 20 years, she has been devoted to natural history filmmaking. She has directed and produced many award-winning films and series for cinema and television. She began teaching filmmaking in the nature, environment, and conservation space with The VII Foundation in 2020, with a particular focus on women. She manages the Nature Through Her Eyes Festival and training courses and accompanies alumni as Executive Producer on film projects that come through the program.