Jody has over fifteen years experience of picking up a camera and editing video in a news and documentary environment under tight deadlines for live broadcasters. 

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She also has live camera experience using WMT and LiveU mobile kits, working with reporters on the ground for ITV National News and BBC regional and network news.

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Two camera shoot for ITN News at TEN with the British Home Secretary.

Shoot-edit for BBC South East Access All Areas series.

Shoot-edit for BBC News.


Shoot-edit for the BBC’s James Reynolds inside a PKK camp in the Kandil mountains in Northern Iraq.

Shoot-edit for the BBC’s James Reynolds – ‘Aleppo in exile’: Syrian refugees starting a new life in Turkey.

Shoot-edit for the BBC’s James Reynolds – inside new tunnel to link Europe and Asia shores.


Shoot-edit for the BBC’s Sarah Rainsford – Brazil clashes break out during confederation cup, pre-world cup.


Shoot-edit for the BBC’s David Stern – Ukraine crisis: Odessa tension ‘escalating’.


Shoot-edit for the BBC’s Kasia Madera – Polish urged to vote in EU elections.


Shoot-edit for the BBC’s Wyre Davies – The day after the Reyhanli bombings, families bury the dead.

A short documentary about Turkey’s transgender community.

Short documentary about Istanbul’s Roma community who were evicted from their homes in a move by the conservative government to redevelop the neighbourhood which some claim was for profit.

A music video shot/edited and produced by Jody Sabral for artist Stephen Slade while in Miami, March 2017.
A short film about the subjects of an artist (Nigel Stefani) and the process it takes to create – what is it like, ‘to be drawn’? Featuring actors Ben Wishaw and Sinead Matthews. Shot by Jody Sabral

Music video shot and edited for Erica Glyn, New York.

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