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Profile:

Television presenter, voice-over artist, actress, law graduate and avid writer, Pia is an industrious and talented rising star of the entertainment industry.

When she isn’t hosting the fortnightly Shorts On Tap Film Events, Pia can be seen diving headfirst into all manner of presenting roles including training with the Royal Marines, fighting Krav Maga European Champions and limbering up with Yoga professionals as South West London TV’s ‘Fighting Fit Correspondent.’

Pia has worked on a number of corporate, educational and commercial projects including ‘A Three Dimensional Film,’ an exciting documentary due for release next year. She was also a member of The Jewellery Channel team (Sky 650 and Freeview 60) as both live presenter and producer.

In 2014, Pia co-wrote, produced, directed and played three lead roles in ‘Jack French & Son’ which was shortlisted for the Reed Film Competition.

In 2013, Pia was handpicked by the Royal Television Society to pitch an idea for a new television show to Theo Paphitis (Dragons Den) Angela Jain (ITV) Dominic Bird (C4) Tom Edwards (BBC) and Phil Edgar-Jones (Sky.) She has also worked with BBC Radio 1 producers and shadowed Nick Grimshaw on his breakfast show.

Pia is an avid blogger and creative writer. She is currently working on a screenplay and her first novel.

Television:      

Numerous live and pre-recorded presenting credits including;

  • Shorts On Tap, directed by Filippo Polesel and Michele Fiascaris, Shorts On Tap
  • London Film & Comic Con, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • ‘The Jewellery Channel,’ directed by various, Sky 650, Freeview 60
  • European Federation of Krav Maga, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • I am Robot, directed by Julian Nott, Peninsula Films
  • ‘A Three Dimensional Film,’ directed by David Todman, Visible Void
  • Property Search TV, directed by John Hammond, Property Search TV
  • The Royal Marines, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • Dr Daya Wholistic Medical Centre Series, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • Save The Wheatsheaf Campaign with Labour MP, Sadiq Khan, directed by Jane Pemble, South West London T
  • The Hampton Court Flower Show, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • The Chelsea Flower Show, directed by Jane Pemble, South West London TV
  • Wimbledon International Music Festival, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • The Vine Project/Envirobus, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • South London Krav Maga, directed by Jane Pemble, South West London TV
  • Boxing Yoga, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • The Om Yoga Show, Kensington Olympia, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • Top Drawer, Kensington Olympia, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • Absolutely Magazine, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • The Charles Jamieson Exhibition, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • Darling Magazine South African Ladies Event, directed by Karine Torr, Darling Magazine
  • The Merton Arts Trail, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • The Wendy Bliss Exhibition, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • Brixton Urban Art Fair, directed by Jane Pemble, South West London TV
  • Delicious Monsters, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • The Stafford Gallery presents Jack Morrocco, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • The Wimbledon Pilates Clinic, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • The Summer Art Exhibition at Cannizaro House, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • Beth Jordan Furnishings, directed by Peter Fison, South West London TV
  • ‘Love Never Dies,’ directed by Brian Naylor, 3 Mills Productions
  • ‘Estetica,’ directed by Teddy Hayes, Hayes Productions
  • The iMan, directed by Brian Naylor, The iMan

Film:              

  • ‘Jack French & Son,’ actress, writren, directed and produced by Pia Jackson & Jo French
  • ‘Page 8’ written and directed by Oscar winner David Hare (BBC)
  • ‘Washed Up,’ directed by Nicholas David Lean, Oceanstorm Films
  • ‘A Whisky Bird Romance,’ directed by Alex Fidelski, Callback Productions
  • ‘Portobello Road,’ directed by Benedykt Zasadski, Black Tower Films

Radio and Voiceover:

  • BBC Radio 1 ident for the Calvin Harris Takeover Show
  • Italian Language, Eddie Botsio
  • ‘A Three Dimensional Film.’

Commercial:

‘Chilli Heatwave,’Doritoes Advert directed by Nicholas David Lean,Oceanstorm Films

‘Movie Star,’ Odeon Cinema’s Training DVD, directed by Robert Johnson

Theatre:

  • Dora Tomb (‘A Tomb With a View’)
  • Dick Whittington (‘Dick Whittington’)
  • Tamora (‘Titus Andronicus’)
  • Esmerelda (‘The Hunchback of Notre Dame’)
  • The Wicked Stepmother (‘Cinderella’)

Training:

  • The Presenter Studio, Gareth Davies
  • JB Productions, Jason Bradbury
  • The Television Training Academy, Gary Boulton
  • The Poor School
  • University of Surrey

Skills:

Accents: RP, Cockney, Liverpudlian, Welsh, American Standard, American Regional, German.

Sports and Training: Yellow Belt Thai Kickboxer, Boxer, Stage Combat, CCF Rifle Training, Basic Horse Riding

Singing and Music: Mezzo-soprano, Grade 6 piano

Languages: Basic German

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