personal information and education

Nationality: British
British Passport & I Visa

Education: Bachelor of Arts degree
College of Ripon and York St John

01892 519879

07815 444165



Barron TV – Director  Andrew Barron
07952 596188

BBC Series Producer  Cameron Balbirnie
020 8752 6423 or 07890 000657

Freelance Director  Ed Venner
07770 857899

credits and employment history

BBC • History of Ancient Britain - presented by Neil Oliver (2010).
Shot in Ireland and Salisbury in HD, using Pro35 adapter with prime lenses.

British Forces Broadcasting Services (BFBS & Sky3)
• Family Activity Breaks (FAB) - directed and produced on HDV.
A documentary featuring a charity that provides local support-based holidays for the bereaved families of British servicemen & women.

BBC • Chelsea Flower Show (2010) Digi Beta.
Profile inserts for the show’s garden designers and part of the team filming the week-long event.

DISCOVERY (WAG Television) • How Do They Do It? (2009 - 2010) Shot in HD.
Reviewed as “One of the world’s best known and highest rating pop-science shows”.

DONMAR THEATRE • Interviews (2010) Plot and character interviews with actors.
Edited on Final Cut Pro.

SABC (South Africa) • ‘Have You Heard About the Morgans’ Press Junket (2010) XDCam

RTL (Germany) • ‘London Film Critics Circle Awards’ & ‘BAFTAS’ Press Junkets (2010) DigiBeta.

SKY ONE HD (TwoFour Broadcast) • Michael Jackson - The Search for his Spirit (2009)
Shot in Los Angeles, biographical documentary about the legend.

PETER WILLIAMS TELEVISION • Hillary Lister (2009) Z1 Directing & filming
a documentary about the first paraplegic woman to sail solo around Britain.

DISCOVERY EMEA • X-Machines (2009) Shot in HD. 8 x 60 mins.
Reviewed as “Transformers meets Thunderbirds on an immense scale”. Series looking at man’s biggest machines world wide.

BBC LEARNING ZONE (TV6) • Engineering for the World (2009) - Shot in HD.

CHANNEL 5 (Mentorn) • Dangerous Adventures For Boys (2008) - DigiBeta.
Famous dads and their sons mount exciting expeditions in a Boy’s Own-style journey.

RDF • Wife Swap (2008) - Shot on DSR. DISCOVERY USA (Pioneer Productions) • Inside Planet Earth - HD (2008) - science doc shot in HD.

SKY ONE (TwoFour Productions) • Two Much Too Young - HD (2008) - Shot on HD.
Interviews, actuality and presenter links with Jeremy Edwards about celebrities achieving fame too young.

BBC (Optomen Television) • Great British Menu (2006 - 2008) DVCam.
Top UK chefs cooking for the Queen’s 80th birthday banquet at Mansion House.

BBC 2 & DISCOVERY • Last Man Standing (2006/2007) - 60min series, DigiBeta.
Group of 6 western athletes travel to remote locations to compete against tribal champions as well as each other in a series of gruelling challenges. • Peru - High altitude ice racing at 5,500m on a glacier. • Brazil - log racing in the jungle with the Kraho tribe. • Mexico - long distance kick-ball racing with the Tarahumara Indians in the mountains. Digi Beta.

CHANNEL NEWS X, DELHI INDIA (2007) Head consultant SKY’s former news chief Nick Pollard.
Part of a UK team of TV production specialists training 250 Delhi News Channel staff in UK production methods.

ANIMAL PLANET • Unearthed - Series 1 (2006) & Series 2 - HD (August 2007) Set in Shamwari Private Game Lodge in South Africa.
Amateur filmmakers selected worldwide to compete in an intensive wildlife film making course. Undertook camerawork and tutoring.

CHANNEL FOUR (Celador) • You Are What You Eat (2007) Series 4: ‘Gillian Moves In’. Digibeta.
Gillian McKeith helps desperate house guests to change their ways.

ITV • Tonight with Trevor McDonald - Digibeta.
Current affairs show. Wide range of topics.

BBC 3 • Teenagers hooked on Porn (2007) A ‘Coming of Age Season’ DV CAM 2007.
featuring the disturbing reality of teenage internet porn addiction.

BBC Holiday (2006) Lighting cameraman. Digi Beta.
Worldwide travel segments & ‘Departure Lounge’

BBC • Crime Watch UK (2006) Lighting cameraman. DVCAM.
Real life reconstructions of unsolved murder cases using actors

BBC • Watchdog - (2006) DVCAM.
Regular lighting cameraman.

BBC (Leopard Films) • Cash in the Attic DVCAM.
Format day time show where tucked away treasures are turned in to cash at auction.

ITV (Mentorn) • Take my mother-in-law’ (2005) Digi Beta.
Observational documentary featuring problematic family relationships.

BBC 1 • Holidays at Home (2005) Digi Beta.
Factual entertainment featuring families enjoying the benefits of holidaying in the UK.

Living Television • Extreme Makeover UK (2005) Digi Beta.
Popular cosmetic makeover show featuring surgical procedures and the final reveals.

BBC • Spending Other Peoples Money (2005) DVcam.
Factual program featuring an exchange of financial lifestyles between friends.

BBC 2 (Celador) • No Waste Like Home (2005) Digi Beta.
Factual program looking at the homes of environmentally wasteful individuals and the solutions.

Channel FOUR (Freeform Productions) • A Place In The Sun (2002-2004) Digi beta/Beta SX Lighting.
Primetime property show. (Locations including Australia, New Zealand and Europe)

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC (Café Productions) • 100 Dollar Taxi Ride (2002)
Travel Series where world capitals are explored with local taxi drivers.
(Locations include Beijing, Ho Chi Minh City, Taipai & Cairo.)

BBC 1 (Topical Television) • City Hospital (2002)
Inserts for Live hospital series shot in London.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC (Brightside Television) • Five weddings & a couple of funerals (2000)
Documentary on cultural diversity in traditional wedding ceremonies.

ANIMAL PLANET (Brightside Television) • Canine to Five (1999)
Television insert on the lives of working Anatolian Shepherd Dogs in Namibia.

M-TV ASIA • Out of the Box (1998-1999) Cult music television inserts: Location: South Africa.
‘Cage Diving with Sharks’, ‘Sandsurfing’, ‘Canoeing’, ‘Jetskiing’, ‘Quad Biking’, ‘Inline Roller-skating’ & ‘Water Polo’.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC • Strandwolf - Survivor of the Skeleton Coast (1991) Lighting Assistant & Cameraman.
Wildlife documentary in the Namib Desert.

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