"Vanessa Berlowitz worked more than 2 decades as a television (executive) producer, writer and director for the BBC Natural History Unit, realizing a number of highly acclaimed and award-winning wildlife and human documentaries."
"Vanessa Berlowitz is currently a\n\nSeries Producer in the BBC Natural History Unit, where she started as a Researcher\n\nin 1991. She has gone on to produce a number of highly acclaimed and\n\naward-winning series, that you can watch clips from on the BBC Earth website.\n\nThis includes Bear Crime – Caught in the Act in 2000 and the BAFTA nominated\n\nLife of Mammals, with Sir David Attenborough in 2002. This was followed by the\n\nfascinating and moving Elephant Cave, in 2003. Vanessa followed this up as Producer/Director\n\non Planet Earth, as well as making a 50-minute version of the Planet Earth\n\nDiaries to accompany the cinematic release of the film, Earth. Vanessa began as\n\nSeries Producer of Frozen Planet in 2007, the follow up to Planet Earth, and\n\nwill be produce of the first programme in the series, to be broadcast in 2011 -\n\nThe Ultimate History of Polar Regions.In addition Vanessa has contributed to a\n\nnumber of books and magazines, and is frequently a public speaker at schools\n\nand universities about wildlife and conservation."