Imogen is a multi award-winning creator and producer. With a background in Visual Arts and Theatre, Imogen started in the business as an agent representing writers and directors at RGM Associates. This led to a role in the development of the AFI, Logie and ASTRA nominated Foxtel drama Dangerous, which she co-produced with John Edwards in 2006.
Next she developed, together with John and writer Fiona Seres, the SHOWTIME showcase series Tangle, the first season of which she produced in 2008, receiving five Logie nominations. Tangle was commissioned for another two series receiving a further sixteen Logie, AFI and ASTRA award nominations, with four wins.
Imogen co-created (with Debra Oswald and John Edwards), and produced, the Network Ten hit series Offspring, which has garnered many Logie, AFI, and AACTA wins, including multiple Silver Logies for Asher Keddie, and the Gold in 2013.
In 2012 and 2013 she produced two series of the AACTA and Logie Award winning Puberty Blues for Network Ten and Southern Star John Edwards. Imogen and John together also developed the ABC mini-series Paper Giants, and in 2014 produced the Asher Keddie and Rodger Corser vehicle Party Tricks as well as the eight-hour mini-series Gallipoli with Robert Connolly for the Nine Network.
In 2015 Imogen produced the highly acclaimed six-part ABC mini-series The Beautiful Lie, which was recently nominated for multiple AACTA Awards including Best Mini Series. In the same year Imogen was a recipient of an InStyle and Audi Women Of Style award in the Entertainment category.
In early 2016 Imogen launched Endemol Shine Banks, a division of Endemol Shine Australia, under which banner she produced the highly anticipated sixth series of Offspring. Recently she was the recipient of Screen Australia funding as part of the Gender Matters initiative, and with Alice Bell, launched Smart For A Girl: Roar, a program to foster emerging female writers for television.
In 2017 Imogen will produce the seventh series of Offspring and a new six part series Sisters, both for Network Ten.