Pioneer Productions is the go-to company for bold, ambitious and
ground-breaking factual programming. As a multi-award winning
company it has built a world-wide reputation for bringing visual
flair, brilliant story-telling and outstanding production values to
the screen. Its vast portfolio of science, adventure, history,
factual-drama, life-style and popular programming has been enjoyed
by millions of viewers, in over 80 countries across the globe.
Pioneer Productions' mission is to make the complex appealing,
to tell gripping stories in an innovative and informative way that
is accessible for all.
The multi award-winning 'In The Womb' series (Nat
Geo & Channel 4) combined real-life footage, captured using
specialist filming techniques, alongside astounding visual effects
and prosthetics to portray the never-before-seen world of
babies before birth. One-off special documentary 'Journey to
the Edge of the Universe' pioneered the 'one shot', to take
the viewer on an immersive journey to the outmost reaches of space
and 'Storm City' (Nat Geo & Sky TV) brought the
fury of Mother Nature alive through stunning 3D.
Pioneer Productions popular lifestyle slate includes
'Extreme Homes' (HGTV) 'How Drugs Work'
(BBC3), 'Invasion Earth' (NGCI) and the
brand new Mail Order Murder series (Discovery ID).
The factual producer has also worked with some of the biggest
names in the industry including Samuel L. Jackson, Maggie
Gyllenhaal, Martin Sheen, Courtney Cox and Brendan Fraser.
Pioneer Productions launched weather programming to mainstream
broadcasters with its hugely successful 'Raging
Planet' series (Discovery and Channel 4) and 'Wonders
of Weather' (Discovery). They've continued to reinvent the
subject using cutting edge CGI, specialist photography and
Specialists in fast-turn around programmes, Pioneer Productions
broke the story of Super storm hurricane Sandy, the 2004 Boxing Day
Tsunami in Indonesia, the 2010 Chilean Mining disaster and
documented Steve Job's untimely death, all within days and weeks of
the events occurring. Each production carries the Pioneer hallmark
of great investigative journalism, compelling story-telling and