Since graduating from Newcastle with a degree in film and photography, I have worked mostly for the British Broadcast Television industry.

Over the last 15 years, I have filmed pop videos, dramas, commercials, and collaborated on films with contemporary artists, but my main focus has been documentaries. From fly-on-the-wall to arts, science and history docs, I’m just as comfortable making observational films, presenter-led and interview-based documentaries and docudramas. I am proud to be a part of Britain’s long tradition in quality documentary-making and have worked with respected and award-winning film-makers such as Vanessa Engle, Leo Regan and Sam Hobkinson.

It’s a very exciting time to be a cameraman as new technology is driving image quality to levels only dreamed of even 5 years ago. I am embracing new technologies like Red and DSLR cameras, which are going to transform the way Film and Television looks over the next few years.

Living with Cancer: Royal Television Society Award for Best Documentary Series.
Francesco’s Venice: Bafta for Best Photography. Contributing Photography
The Lost World of Friese-Greene: GTC Award for Photographic Excellence.
Jews: Grierson Award, nominated for Best Documentary Series.
Lefties: Hugo Award for Best Documentary Series.
Hugh’s Fish Fight: Bafta for best Features Series 2011

I own a comprehensive range of camera and film equipment and can supply production with film packages for most projects.

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