Film made for the Conservation Foundation is winner of the Creative Award at the 2013 Re:leaf awards – organised by the Forestry Commission and the Mayor of London
This is a showreel of some of my video and documentary filming and editing work, focusing on some of the different areas I’ve produced video content in, including corporate, charity and arts.
In Nov 2011, I travelled to Kolkata with the charity Vital for Children, looking at the work that they do with children living on the street and in vulnerable situations in Kolkata and West Bengal. As well as making videos on many of the projects that they fund (which can be seen here), I created [...]
I made this film for Southwark Council to show the work that had been put into reopening their largest open space, Burgess Park, and to talk about some of the future changes that they were looking to implement.
I was asked by Reprezent Radio and Southwark Council to film Southwark’s youth festival The Mix – and to make a 15 minute documentary about the whole event – from the youth steering group meetings to auditions and finally the event itself, which took place on Saturday August 14th.
Another careers video for the Guardian – this one looking at advice for budding teachers from the best new teacher finalists at the 2010 Teaching Awards
In September, I joined Dolby at the International Broadcasting Convention in Amsterdam to film them at their very flashy stand (including one of the bikes from the new Tron movie) and make a couple of videos for them, including a sizzle video of the whole stand, a guided tour from one of the main stand [...]
A video I made for the Guardian Careers website – profiling a number of former interns who managed to get a full-time job on the back of their internship
Aa multi-camera video for Dolby to help them launch an animation competition with Imagine Animation magazine, Acer and Faithless
In March, the second London Word Festival brought together literature, theatre, music, comedy and poetry for a feast of words and linguistics, featuring contributions for Iain Sinclair, Phill Jupitus, Robin Ince.
Is working in the travel industry a dream job? Or does it mean that when you go on holiday you’re still working? A film for Guardian Jobs
Pop-philosopher Alain de Botton’s new book ‘The Pleasures and Sorrows of Work’ suggests we should ‘zoom out’ and look at the world of work around us to help us decide how to make the most of our working lives. Sounds like a good reason to talk to him for Guardian Jobs!
On February 28th the Convention on Modern Liberty gathered to discuss how to react to some of the challenges to rights, freedoms and democracy imposed by the Government – including 42 days detention without charge, the RIPA (Regulation of Investigatory Powers act) and ID cards. I went along to the Convention to video some of the breakout sessions
To coincide with the Employers Forum on Age awards, I spoke to a number of the nominated companies about their age policies and why companies should be proactive on age-related issues.
A little bit of snow and London grinds to a standstill. So what does everybody do? Go and play in the park. Music: Clearlake – I Wonder if the Snow Will Settle (from the album Cedars). Filmed in and around Finsbury Park
Guardian Jobs speaks to bespoke tailor, Rebecca Philp, about getting into the tailoring profession. Interview by LJ Filotrani, camera by Garry Brown. For more careers videos go to guardianjobs.co.uk
Parliamentary researcher Chris Lloyd talks about working for an MP and why he got involved in politics. For more jobs videos see guardianjobs.co.uk
Interview with still life/fashion photographer Jason Pietra about his career in photography. Interview by LJ Filotrani and camera by Garry Brown for Guardian Jobs – for more careers videos go tocareers.guardian.co.uk/video
Guardian Jobs takes a look at who goes to a careers fair – the graduates seeking jobs and the recruiters seeking graduates. For more information about London Graduate Fairs check out londongradfair.co.uk – for more careers videos go to guardianjobs.co.uk
Two videos produced to promote GMG’s graduate training programme. The first shows the graduates being interviewed about their hopes and aspirations from the scheme. The second shows the graduates on their training week – meeting people like Guardian editor, Alan Rusbridger and Scott Trust chair, Liz Forgan.
What should you expect if you are told your job might be made redundant? Garry Brown investigates for Guardian Jobs
What kind of background do you need to work in a museum? Caroline Worthington from the Florence Nightingale Museum talks about her work and background.
Former Apprentice James Max talks about why he entered the first series of ‘The Apprentice’ plus how he moved into radio broadcasting on LBC 97.3.
A tribute programme to the great ‘purveyor of blue-chip filth to the middle classes’ who died earlier this year. Produced by BBC Factual Arts for BBC Four, this is my first network credit – first transmitted on BBC Four, Friday September 12th 2008.