A freelance filmmaker with over 12 years experience in drama and factual television.

I have a passion for capturing real life stories and raising awareness of subjects that often go untold, from documenting the challenges of the elderly homeless in London, to following Trans community members at the first ever gay pride in Kenya, at Kakuma Refugee Camp. I have completed films for the UN Refugee Agency, BBC, Agency French Press, Swan Films and have pitched to broadcasters and international news agencies. Please see my films for reference.

My broadcast credits for multi-BAFTA winning Swan Films include ‘Grayson Perry: All Man’ and ‘OW: American High School’, a 6 part BBC documentary series following students in a segregated High School in South Carolina. My professional training took place on several multi-award winning drama television series, including ‘Spooks’ and ‘Call The Midwife’. Previously a sound recordist, now a DV Director, I have multiple primetime broadcast credits – please see my CV for reference.

Often traveling, I have taught audio and camera workshops to both university students in Bhutan and the aspiring youth of the slums in Nairobi, Kenya.



I am experienced in gaining access to sensitive stories and pride myself on maintaining strong contributor relations, even in difficult and sensitive situations.

I am confident working solo, taking direction, cross shooting, and working in large teams. I am an experienced shooter, confident filming on Canon C300, Sony FS7&5&PMW 200, DJI Mavic pro Drone, Osmo, and DSLR cameras. My background in sound gives me the ability to consistently capture high-quality audio when shooting in difficult conditions. I own a Sony A7Riii camera with lenses and accessories, a DJI Mavic Pro drone, and a range of audio equipment. I am a passionate photographer, a proficient editor on Adobe Premiere, highly experienced in data wrangling, hostile environment trained, have a valid I-visa and am available for overseas work.