It’s all about Lighting and Movement.

I am a freelance Cinematographer and Movi Rig operator with an in-depth understanding of industry standard cameras and lighting. The majority of my work is advertising and film based including shoots for Coca-Cola, England Rugby and The British Tourist board. I’m now looking to develop my passion for lighting and camera in new and challenging projects.

Career Highlights

I’ve been lucky enough to have worked on a wide variety of projects as a cinematographer.  These are some of the projects that have shaped my career:

My first taste of film-making was with DOP Christopher Hughes helping to shoot showreels for the Agency ‘Faces’ in Brighton in 2006.

The first time I worked as Director of Photography was on the feature film, ‘The Wharehouse’, where I was second unit DOP in 2010.  Although shooting with very basic kit, I thoroughly enjoyed this opportunity. It was my first time working as DOP after years studying and assisting Christopher Hughes. This was my first chance to try out the skills I had learned.

The short film, ‘Twisted Love’ in 2011, was the first time I shot slow motion.  One of the main shots – a track-out at 300 frames per second on the Red Epic – was one of the most challenging shots I’ve done to date.

The series of adverts I did for ”Visit Britain’ in the summer of 2014 represented a major step-up in my career as a DOP for advertising.  For this project I bought my first Gimble – the Movi M10 stabilisation Gimble.

Shooting for the England rugby team in 2015 as the lighting cameraman and Movi Rig operator with Stuart Lancaster, the England rugby coach, was a pleasure.  We shot a great piece showing off Twickenham Stadium with Stuart showing us around and taking about his career.