ABOUT

After a Fine Art Degree at Middlesex University, I started my career in Factual Television at a small production company called Invincible Films. My role included DV Filming, Avid editing, researching, and organizing shoots. 


In 2002 I was selected for ITV London's new directors' series called 'Metroland' - for which I created and directed a 30min documentary called 'Loos for London' which was broadcast on 28th Novemember at 7.30pm. 

I then spent a number of years doing Visual Effects (Graphics) for Feature Films such as 'Guardians of the Galaxy'.

In 2018 I decided to return to Factual Television and since then I've been working on wildlife films with Plimsoll Productions and the BBC Natural History Unit.


I'm particularly keen to make films about the natural world, and about how we can co-exist with natural ecosystems.  To boost my scientific knowledge, I'm currently studying a part-time BSc in Biology at the Open University.  It is a completely distance-learning course which allows me to fit studying around normal working hours.