freelance Television Producer and Director
Originally from England, I now split my time between the UK and USA, working out of London and New York primarily.
I produce, direct and edit produce factual, specialist factual, documentary, natural history and adventure programmes. Credits include: Running Wild with Bear Grylls (NBC), Worst Place to be a Pilot (Channel 4), Countrywise: Guide to Britain (ITV) and When Sharks Attack (Nat Geo Wild).
I've made programmes for the majority of the major broadcasters in the UK and USA including the BBC, ITV, Channel 4, NBC, Discovery and National Geographic.
I'm accustomed to leading and directing documentary crews, often in international and remote locations and I've garnered a reputation as a pro-active, editorially solid, problem solver who always comes home with the goods.
I'm also used to working in large teams either in the UK or overseas. I frequently travel abroad and I've filmed in almost every environment including shoots in jungles, deserts, mountains, the arctic, at high altitude and underwater.
My work has taken me on many adventures... from getting lost and stranded in the Amazon Jungle, to filming with tribes in the remote highlands of West Papua and to filming on the 'World's Deadliest Beach', in South Africa.
I have filmed/produced/directed a plethora of TV talent, from Oscar winning 'A' list Hollywood stars to members of the general public. As happy in the edit as I am in the field, I’m a storyteller with solid judgement, professionalism and drive.
I shoot on a variety of cameras for broadcast including:
- Canon XF105/XF205/XF305
- Canon C300
- Canon 7D/5D
- Sony FS7
- Sony PMW-200
- Sony PMW-500
I'm a keen long distance runner (marathons and ultra-marathons), cyclist and Ironman. I'm also trained to work in hostile environments and I'm a PADI Open Water Diver.
I often work as a photographer too. To see my photography work, please visit: