I am a filmmaker based in Guernsey, in the Channel Islands, offering a service creating high quality short films.
I graduated from Portsmouth University in 2009 at the age of 27, gaining a 1st class BA (Hons) degree in TV & Film, and winning a Royal Television Society documentary award in that same year for the short film Mark.
My initial interest in filmmaking started in 1995, producing local BMX extreme sports videos. Shooting fast action sports was a fantastic learning curve, and something that taught me fundamental techniques and skills that I use today in many different filming situations.
Action sports in general are still something I love to film, but my work has now diversified to cover a wide range of different content, including commercial, corporate, documentary, promotional and sports films.
With every film I produce, I strive to convey engaging narrative, whilst keeping production values as high as possible.
I have just completed my first feature length documentary, ‘Sea Donkey’ which can be viewed here.
In my personal time, I enjoy cycling and swimming, and in September 2016, I successfully swam the English Channel.