Veteran British producer-director Jane Treays is joining London-based prodco Spun Gold TV as a member of its programming team.
The director is currently working with Spun Gold on a project for the BBC, which the prodco says it will announce shortly.
Treays, the creative head behind BBC2′s Inside Claridge’s series, has worked in British documentaries for more than 25 years. Her credits include Extraordinary Families (Channel 4) Mum, Heroin and Me (Channel 4), and The Man with the Seven Second Memory (ITV1).
Treays worked with Spun Gold last year on Prince William’s exclusive first interview following Prince George’s birth, entitled Prince William’s Passion: New Father, New Hope - a copro with CNN and broadcast on the UK’s ITV1.
“I’m passionate about bringing to the screen stories from all walks of society: from highlighting the plight of unspoken-for communities living on the edge, to exploring behind-the-scenes of traditional institutions,” said Treays in a statement.
“It’s this range of interests which I am sure will be a great match for Spun Gold. My experiences drawn from Inside Claridge’s combined with the Spun Gold team’s reputation for making prestigious shows, promise to make really engaging television.”