I’ve worked with some of the most recognisable names in sport, and covered some of the biggest events around the globe. It’s given me an insight into the mind of the athlete and what makes them tick.
In 2011 I began my journey into film and have amassed a large body of work across multiple genres with a strong visual focus. I love telling stories and the collaborative process of filmmaking – Documentaries are my thing right now, with my experience as a photojournalist it feels natural – I enjoy how a story can pull you in all directions as you shoot – creating a film that truly makes the best of what you’ve shot is a great challenge.
Some of my films have earned several festival appearances and awards, when I’ve remembered to enter them, and some of my portrait work is in the National Portrait Gallery’s permanent collection.
I’m passionate about mental health awareness, my Sky documentary “Big Boys Don’t Cry” which I made about my good friend, England rugby legend, Joe Marler, came at a time when we were all coming out of forced isolation, our mission, to get people talking, was extremely well received.
I’m always on the hunt for stories for long form documentary and drama projects and have a few in development.
I am represented for TV & Film by Blake Friedmann and by Dark Energy Films for commericals.