Producer and Executive Producer
Jane Robertson is a producer with over 15 years’ experience working in the New Zealand and UK television industries. Since returning to New Zealand from the UK in 2009, she has worked with the Gibson Group, developing, producing and creating numerous factual series, and programmes for New Zealand broadcasters that have sold and screened in many countries around the world.
Her most recent television producer credits include, the three-part one-hour documentary series The Trouble with Murder and the three-part one-hour documentary series Bullies, both for Prime.Jane developed and has produced two series of the highly rating ten-part half-hour observational documentary series, Street Hospital, for TV2. She produced the groundbreaking ten-part TV3 documentary series, Prison Families and the TV3 mockumentary, Ben and Jeremy’s Big Road Trip.
Jane is currently working on two new documentaries, All in the Mind, a documentary about gender and neuroscience for Prime and The Secret Lives of Fussy Eaters, a documentary for TV1. Both are in production and will screen in 2017.
Besides producing television, Jane has also worked as a visitor attraction and exhibition producer. She produced Ka Mate: The Exhibition, shown at Te Papa for the 2011 Rugby World Cup.
Jane has attended television conferences in New Zealand and overseas, including MIPCOM. She has a background in theatre and film, a degree in Broadcasting Communications and is on the board of SPADA.