I am a freelance videographer, radio producer and documentary researcher based in London, with credits for BBC Four, The Guardian, Dolby Labs and Southwark Council. I specialise in producing short documentary packages on subjects including festivals, conferences, and news topics for journalistic, corporate, arts and charitable clients.
I recently completed my longest work to date – a behind the scenes documentary about Southwark Council’s youth festival, The Mix, which was screened at a special event at the Tate Modern.
I achieved my first broadcast research credit on the BBC 4 programme ‘Legends: Humphrey Lyttelton’, which was first transmitted in September 2008.
In addition to this I have over 8 years experience in radio production in both speech and music radio, working for stations such as Classic FM, Talksport, Absolute Radio, Heart and LBC 97.3, for which I produced names like Ken Livingstone, Andrew Pierce and Jenny Eclair.
In 2007, I completed my MA in Documentary Research for Film and Television at London College of Communication, University of the Arts London.