Victoria Stone produced The Elephant Queen and directed it with her partner, Mark Deeble. They have worked together in Africa for over 30 years, telling wildlife stories that have been shown in more than 140 countries with audiences in excess of 600 million. The Queen of Trees was called “a masterpiece” by Sir David Attenborough. Amongst its many awards are a Peabody and United Nations Award. Emmy®-winning Mzima joins a long filmography by Deeble & Stone, which includes A Little Fish in Deep Water, Tale of the Tides, The Tides of Kirawira and Here be Dragons. Their films have won over 100 international awards in recognition of their artistry and wildlife story-telling. Victoria has an MA from the Royal College of Art and her work has included cinematography, producing, directing and editing.