As well as producing films for corporate and NGO clients, I‘ve been lucky to work on television programmes for all the UK’s major broadcasters. Genres include observational documentary, factual entertainment, specialist factual and current affairs.
In 2019, I was a director on Channel 4’s primetime series “60 Days on the Streets”. I shot all the actuality and interviews featured in this trailer for Episode 1.
In 2018, I helped film ITV4’s “Made in Britain” series. We drove around the country and filmed the processes behind more than 30 iconic products. Here’s a piece on black pudding. Not for the squeamish!
From 2015 to 2017, I focused on non-broadcast work, making dozens of films for large NGOs and companies. I also worked as “simulated press” on British Army exercises and was a multimedia producer for The Thomson Reuters Foundation.
From 2012 to 2014, I worked mainly on broadcast documentaries. These included: the BBC’s BAFTA nominated series “The Route Masters” following London Transport; George Clarke’s “Amazing Spaces” on Channel 4; “Monty Don’s Real Craft” for More4; the second series of “Cars that Rock” for Quest TV, presented by Brian Johnson of AC/DC.
From 2006 to 2012, I shot, produced and edited current affairs films for Al Jazeera and the BBC. This film, broadcast on Al Jazeera Network’s “Earthrise” series, won a Foreign Press Association Award for Best Environment Story.
In 2010, I spent a year travelling and working in Africa. I shot and directed this investigative film for the BBC’s “Working Lives” series. Focusing on child prostitution on the Kenyan coast, the film was nominated for an Association for International Broadcasting Award for investigative documentary.