Film, TV & Theatre
Daisy Campbell directed the world’s longest play The Warp in 1997, followed by
co-directing and translating a West-End production of Makbed blong Willem Sekspia, a Pidgin English version of Macbeth.
Her children’s play, School Journey to
the Centre of the Earth has been performed at the National Theatre as part
of the Connections scheme in both 1996 and 2005 and has been performed
worldwide. She has an MA in producing TV and film and is studying for an MSc in
Consciousness Studies and Transpersonal Psychology, which has led to the
establishment of Dharma Drama: Travelling Transpersonal Theatre, for which she
has written and directed The Big Q
and The Girl with the Global Brain.
She is currently working on another children’s play in homage to her father Ken
Campbell, entitled Capers for All.
Daisy has done the Robert McKee Story Structure Course, the Dov S.S. Simmons Film makers course in LA, a Punch and Judy technique course, Neuro-Linguistic Programming, a horror writing course and a basic video editing course amongst other things. She learnt to speak fluent German (a little rusty now, but still there) at the Goethe Institut Frankfurt .
Capers For All
The Girl With The Global Brain
The Big Q
The Lady Is A Tramp
Macbeth in Pidgin English
Various Low-Budget Feature Films
Albany, The Spitz, The Drone
Len Richmond Productions
Various Television Projects
Script report writing
Treatment for television series
School Journey to the Centre of the Earth
Playing In The City Of Light
Golden Apples Productions