I am a Producer, Filmmaker/ Photographer and Arts practitioner working both in short-form Commercial Film Production and Socially Engaged Arts projects for the past 6 years. My breadth of experience means I have a strong understanding of the details of film production and problem solving across a spectrum of budgets, an awareness of the need of the Arts and content to further connectivity, social engagement and community spirit during adverse times, as well as a clear and creative eye for high quality stories and artistry. I am a self-taught Photographer and Filmmaker and have taken photographs or made film for companies and charities including WaterAid, Saints Projects Trust, Capital Age Arts, Bolder Voices, Spare Tyre, Art the Arms Fair, Wix, Sotheby Music Group, Jacksons Lane Theatre, privately for weddings and event and more. I specialise in inaccessible stories, often working with projects from vulnerable communities. I have an acutely sensitive approach to filmmaking and Photography, with ethics and trust as a central priority to my work.
Projects credited in
- Olivia Taylor Ondulee CollectionOlivia’s work is Inspired by stories of travel and architecture, her work reinterprets hard concrete shapes into softs plays of light, landscape and sky. Using traditional techniques, she brings geometric shapes and striking line intersections together into organic, wearable pieces. I worked with Olivia during lockdown to bring her jewellery collection to life through a number of art directed shoots. As well as taking on the role of art director, I also produced and styled the shoot.
- This Girl Can 2020This Girl Can 2020 is leaving no woman left behind in the latest instalment of the campaign that confronts how society must change in order to accommodate all women being active. In this phase, we’re introducing new cast members and stories while bringing back some of the women who’ve prominently featured in past This Girl Can ads, showing how we’re still as relevant today as we were five years ago. But this campaign also shows that there are a host of new barriers that need addressing in 202
- Final Cut Pro
- Photo Editing