Over the past 15 years her work has explored the various disparities in representation of the Afro Caribbean diaspora within art and mainstream media.
Her films have been screened across the globe, winning several awards, including Best Documentary and Best Director for Caribbean Film and Fashion awards, and has also been featured in the UK Cabinet office. Fiona continues her mission to educate in innovative ways through events and online through her account ‘Know Your Caribbean’ via Instagram which facilitates educational posts on short palatable bursts, reaching 250,000 people a week. Fiona also has run creative workshops for children and young people teaching the history and culture of the Caribbean and its linkages to Africa, in venues such as the South Bank Centre and Black Cultural archives in London.
Fiona has been deeply involved in Carnival since 2007. In 2016 Fiona launched the 'Not Asking For it' Campaign as an initiative to celebrate and protect women and children of the diaspora from sexual and domestic abuse. Reaching millions across the world, the campaign also launched the only Carnival section in the world where 100% of its profits are donated to charities that help women and families affected by abuse and violence.