Bex is a documentary director and photographer. Her films are a form of narrative documentary, beautiful, thought provoking and intense, her directorial work examines human trauma.

She is currently directing/producing No Hillside Without a Grave, a feature documentary about the Zulus and the British in Zululand from 1875-1885. She is also in post production for her first feature documentary The Island that was Eaten, filmed over more than 7 years, centred around the life of a community on an island that is disappearing.

Her recent films include: The Cowfoot Prince, a timely tale of heritage and belonging for a Sierra Leonean man living in the UK; I’ll Love You Till the End, a searingly intimate film examining bereavement of suicide. Both films have screened in festivals across the world, and are continuing their festival and impact production tours. I’ll Love You Till the End was selected for the Perspective Award by the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival 2020.

Bex has made films for UN Agencies and NGOs with clients including BBC Media Action, IRC, UNICEF, WFP, and Save the Children. Now based in the UK, she lived in Sierra Leone for a number of years, and has worked across the world.