Though perhaps most widely known for directing several BBC, ITV, and Channel 4 documentaries (including Tory Wives, Identical Twins, and Asylum), she also had a career like a screenwriter and novelist, focusing on projects like the Lady (a 2011 film) and Deceptions (a 2010 novel). Ten years after their studies at the University or college of Bristol, she aimed a Route 4 documentary system called The Spirits of Oxford Road. She released her first book, One Existence, in 2006. She acted in the 1979 Stephen Frears film One Good Day time. In 1992, she wedded movie and tv maker Andy Harries. They later on welcomed twin sons called Jack port and Finn Harries (who ultimately became known for his or her wildly well-known JacksGap YouTube route) and a child called Emmy. Her dad, Michael Frayn, published several award-winning takes on, including Copenhagen and Sounds Off.