Commissioned by BBC Africa, this 12-minute observational documentary was screened across BBC’s online formats, broadcast on BBC World's 'Focus On Africa' program, and BBC Scotland's 'The Nine Program'. I worked independently filming, directing, and story producing this project after gaining access to this community in 2018 whilst documenting Kenya's first-ever Gay Pride at Kakuma Refugee Camp.
This three-minute trailer pitching a 1 X 60 documentary investigating Britain’s colonial-war crimes in Kenya and across the entire empire during its demise. The project is currently in its final stages of development before pitching begins to gain a potential broadcast commission.
A short trailer investigating the economics of Kenya's illicit and toxic moonshine Chang'aa. It took two years to obtain unprecedented access to this story which is currently in talks with BBC Africa Eye and VICE to gain a commission.
Produced for the World Big Sleep and screened in Trafalgar Square, this short film documents the organisations impactful work in battling against the rising levels of street homelessness in London.
A three-minute film trailer pitching a 1x60 documentary distributed by Swan Films to BBC and CH4 current affairs. The film addressed LGBTI issues in Uganda told through the eyes of three prominent LGBTI activists on a journey to Europe. The film was unable to gain a commission due to visa complications.
A six-minute documentary capturing the charities outreach service London Street Rescue which helps rough sleepers into support services. The film was commissioned to raise awareness and increase voluntary support. It was screened on multiple social media platforms, local and national press.
A four-minute documentary focusing on London's elderly homeless community aged over 65 years. The film was commissioned for fundraising purposes and used across multiple social media platforms, local and national press
This three-minute film documenting Kenya’s first ever Gay Pride festival which was a world first for any Refugee Camp. Held at Kakuma Camp which is globally known for its extreme homophobia. Picked up by Agence France-Presse and screened by international news organisations including BBC and SABC. This film was vital in raising awareness around East African LGBTI issues to global audiences.
Commissioned by Children's Investment Fund Foundation, supported by international investors and researchers, this seven-minute documentary publicises a new and successful self-injectable contraception launched in rural Malawi. The film was screened at international events and across multiple online formats to encourage woman across Africa to adopt this contraception.