For the past 23+ years I have been following my passion as a career and it has taken me around the world to places I have felt privileged to have seen.
I have filmed, directed and edited short films, documentaries and much more from Clapham to Cambodia and in 2005 I was short listed for a BAFTA craft award for my series of short films for Sky News “If I were Prime Minister”
I consider myself as one of the new breed of digital cinematographers. Over the past 5+ years I have become one of the leading world evangelists for the low budget film look. Through cameras like the Canon 5DmkII and more recently the Panasonic AF100 and Sony F3. Please visit my DSLR films section to see just how beautiful they look. I have used these DSLRs on all sorts of projects from music videos to commercials and documentaries. I recently was also the 5D Cinematographer on the new WWII movie from Lucasfilm, “RED TAILS” and shot the BAFTA/ RAINDANCE winning documentary “How to start a revolution”.
I bring a real passion, energy and dedication to your project no matter how big or small it is. I will always deliver the absolute best that I can every single time.
My site has also gone from becoming a place to showcase my work to a place for people to learn and share. There is a wealth of information on my site for both the seasoned and junior film maker. I hope you find it useful. We all need as much help as we can get to make it these days and I hope I can help.