A London based documentary Director of Photography, and photojournalist, I work creating factual programming and content for the BBC, Channel 4, ITN and others. My work as a DoP has taken me across a range of genres, making documentaries on arts, history, current affairs and science, as well as presenter led flagship programmes.

In addition to television, we have won a number of awards at international festivals for feature length documentary films, and have been shortlisted for Best Documentary in 2017. In 2018, our film ‘Imagine… Tracey Emin: Where do you draw the line?’ was nominated for a Royal Television Society award for Best Documentary. I’m very interested in portraiture, and hold a Masters in Photojournalism and Documentary photography from the University of Arts, London. Recent photography projects have included Maidan Square in Ukraine, and a long form photographic study of isolation in remote areas of Scotland.

Recent television credits have included:


The Rise and Fall of Boris Johnson | 72 Films

Disco: Soundtrack to a Revolution | BBC Studios

Picasso: Beauty and the Beast | Minnow Films

Louis Theroux interviews… Pete Doherty | Mind House

Lucy Worsley: Curious Case of Conan Doyle | BBC Studios

A House through Time: A Tale of two Cities | Twenty Twenty

Hillary Clinton | When Mary met Hillary | BBC Studios

Jeremy Kyle – Death of Daytime | Blast Pictures

Imagine… [ multiple episodes] | BBC Studios

Piers Morgan: Serial Killers | Plum Pictures

Raymond Briggs: Snowmen, Bogeymen & Milkmen | BBC Two