Professional qualifications & experience

‣ A2 CofC Drone Training

‣ Full Clean Driving License

‣ Experience on access negotiation and ATA Carnet process (discounted rates through GTC)

‣ AoFAQ Level 2 & 3 – Emergency First Aid At Work (RFQ)

‣ ScreenSkills Coronavirus basic awareness on production training certificate

‣ RYA Personal Watercraft Certificate of Proficiency

‣ RYA Powerboat Handling Level 2

‣ GMDSS Short Range Certificate

‣ STCW Certificate of Proficiency in Personal Survival Techniques

‣ Seafarer Medical Report Form (ML5) Certificate

‣ Ex-lifeboat Crew Member

I’ve worked as a documentary cameraman since 2008, making a living telling people stories and capturing unique images from the hottest coldest and remotest places on the planet. I’ve worked in places such as the icy cathedrals of Antarctica and South Georgia, to the rich reefs of the Indian Ocean, to the wonderful bird colonies of Ascension Island. Previously I worked as a motion graphic designer and was a senior editor in a corporate video production with some very big clients, where I learnt key skills in film-making and camera technology.

The highlights of my career include filming across the British Isles, and sat just off the coast of North Devon is Lundy Island, one of my local favourite places to film & experience the local seal and bird life. But the icing on the cake was filming in Antarctica for over a month and across almost all the UK Overseas Territories including the Falkland Islands, Ascension, St. Helena, Pitcairn, Chagos (Indian Ocean), Gibraltar, and all six of the Caribbean island’s which are administered by the UK, a series we filmed over the course of nearly four years which evolved into a four part BBC documentary about the biodiverse UK Overseas Territories, presented by Stewart McPherson called ‘Britain’s Treasure Islands’.

I enjoy every stage of production, taking pride and professionalism in what I do. When I’m not shooting documentaries, I work closely with sport directors on tennis fixtures around the world and regularly produce short films, working closely with a series producer or director from shoot to delivery, generally as a solo or two strong team. Some of these short films have been DCP packaged for screening at local cinemas, and most proudly I have broadcast credits across the globe in 60′ natural history and travel documentary format.

Locally where I live I used to volunteer as a lifeboat crew member, which has taught me many skills for life including first aid and dealing with very stressful situations which can happen all to often out at sea. I enjoy many outdoor activities and exploration, ranging from estuarial and open sea kayaking, surfing, flatland and mountain paragliding, downhill skiing, adventure motorcycling and studying wildlife. I also absolutely love working with people, and it is exactly that cross-over between the great outdoors and people that gets me fired up.

Professional member of BECTU, Guild Television Cameraprofessionals, Wildlife Film and International Association Wildlife Filmmakers