School of Arts and Media
Lecturer and Programme Leader Production Management for TV Film and Digital Media
Perelandra has been a university lecturer focussing on Production Management for nearly a decade. Her background is in television, and she trained as a studio director at the BBC, initially specialising in live studio output working on shows such as the National Lottery live, Breakfast News, and content for the corporation's first digital platform BBC3.
After the BBC she worked as a Producer across ITV’s Lifestyle department, before moving to Sony Europe’s Film and Television department, as a Production Manager. There she supervised branded content for Sony PlayStation, Formula One, WRC, and the Fox television drama 24.
Perelandra is a senior fellow of the Higher Education Authority (HEA) and is currently working on an educational doctorate project studying the use of reflection and reflexivity within Television Production Management education.
Areas of research
Working conditions and perceptions of value in Television Production Management, The use of Reflection and Reflexivity within Television Production Management Education., Equality, Diversity and Inclusivity in Television Production, Sustainable Television Production
MA Production Management for TV Film and Digital Media
- Factual Production Management
- Studio Production Management
- Creative Entrepreneurial Practice
BA Television and Radio Production
- Production Management Level 5
- Educational Doctoral Candidate-Ongoing-Completion 2026
- Practice Led Pedagogy
- Inclusive Working Practices Television Production Management
- MA in Educational Enquiry and Professional Learning.
- HEA D3 Senior Fellowship Higher Education Academy
- HEA D2 Fellowship Higher Education Academy
- Prince 2 Project Management
- Documentary Production- National film and Television school
- BA Visual Communications- Liverpool John Moore’s University
- HEA Aurora Alumni
- Television Production Guild member
- Member of BAFTA Albert Educational Forum
- Member of Critical Studies in Television Research Group