As a freelance broadcast cameraman, my camerawork has featured across broadcast. My work has been seen on the BBC & ITV, news services such as BBC Newsround and Yahoo! as well as sports world feeds. As a freelance cameraman I've shot branded content for Amazon, Heineken and John Smiths.
In a DoP capacity, I've lit and shot green screen content for the likes of Michael McIntyre's BAFTA awarding winning TV show as well as numerous studio based commercial content.
As a freelance videographer, I've shot content for the charity sector for clients such as UNICEF, Macmillian and the Dogs Trust. I've filmed corporate video content for clients such as the National Careers Service, Unilever, CISCO and Ernst and Young.
I'm currently a ARRI Amira and Sony FS7 owner and operator but I'm familiar with most major camera setups. I work with the likes of the Sony FX9 or RED Gemini cameras as well, depending on a client's requirements.
As a freelance producer and director, I've helped the likes of General Electrics, Heathrow, ALDI, National Apprenticeship Service, Ladbrokes and Goodyear create engaging video content.
With a portfolio spanning sectors, I've experience creating branded-content, charity films, corporate video, viral films, broadcast media, content marketing and training videos.
My content has been watched millions of times, featured on national and international news networks and featured on most British terrestrial channels in one way of another.
I film regularly with or without my Sony FS7 in London as well as nationwide and internationally.
I'm a freelance editor and motion graphics designer with experience of editing content for broadcast, corporate, PR and charity campaigns, events and online.
My post production portfolio includes the likes of the BBC, FIFA, Jagermeister and National Career Service.
With extensive experience in broadcast PR and fast turnaround work, I create engaging Video News Releases (VNR) and B-Roll packages which gain coverage with national broadcasters.
I've vast technical ability and can seamlessly operate and troubleshoot Adobe Premiere Pro, After Effects and many other NLEs. These days however, I tend use Premiere Pro for most of my projects due to it's ease of use particularly when speed is the main necessity.