King is an award-winning Director and Executive Producer. Her work, noted for it’s ‘curation and fluency in the subversive’, has a focus on telling powerful human stories that foreground marginalised voices. Previous titles include: Kids Behind Bars (ITV ), Divorce Clinic (BBC), Acid Attacks (VICE/BBC) and JME x Corbyn and Gurls Talk with Adwoa Aboah (i-D). King’s work has garnered over 100 million views and crossed digital and all major terrestrial platforms including BBC, Channel 4, ITV, MTV, A&E and Al Jazeera English – exhibiting in The ICA, Tate Britain and MoAD.
Also, an alumnus of the Edinburgh television festival’s Ones to Watch scheme and Sheffield Documentary Festival Future Producers, in 2018 King was recognised for ‘Outstanding Achievement’ in Campaign magazine’s list of female leaders defining creativity. King co-founded Women on Docs, a screening collective and event network celebrating the contribution of women to documentary film.