I work as a freelance filmmaker and editor across documentary film, music videos and advertisements. I have worked professionally over the past five years on both long and short-form projects with industry-standard cameras such as Arri, RED and Sony series cameras along with 16mm film, VHS and DV. I edit in Adobe Premier Pro and Davinchi primarily.
I have worked across internationally in Kenya, South Africa, Morocco, Lesotho, Philippines, Bulgaria, Gran Canaria, Portugal, France, Spain, Germany, Italy, Switzerland and throughout the UK.
Education & Academia.
2017 - 2019
MFA Fine Art (Distinction), Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University
2014 - 2017
BA Hons Fine Art (1st), Lancaster University
Cemore artist associate - Lancaster University
NFTS/BFI Residential Course, National Film and Television School, Beaconsfield
Play Sports Network, Global Cycle Network - Documentary Editor.
I worked for a three month period as a Documentary Editor for Play Sports Network editing a documentary from their series ‘Slow Cycling’. I was responsible for taking the edit from rushes to a polished cut along with a rough sound mix and finished grade. I worked alongside and EP giving feedback and direction on the edit. The Program was edited and graded within premiere pro.
Future Places Center, Lancaster University - Filmmaker and Editor
In collaboration with Lancaster University and TOUCH I directed, shot and edited a short 18min doc called ‘The Once and Future Land’. The film features interviews with a range of environmentalists, landowners, farmers, artists and business owners, in situ, in the Lake District.
Waterbear Network - Documentary Editor
I worked as an Editor on a short 10min documentary called ‘The Tale of the Heckler’ in collaboration with Director Matthew Harmer. The film blended fiction and reality to explain the issue of disinformation and its impact on the climate crisis, highlighting how online lies exacerbate real world crises.
Nyar K’Odero Group, NKG Communications, Documentary Filmaker and Editor.
For over a year I worked across multiple projects for NKG. I shot and edited 4 sub 10min documentaries collaborating with Dir. Rebecca Ajulu Bushell. Projects include ‘Fault it Not’ for the Forest of Dean Sculpture trail and ‘Digital Divides’ for Gloucestershire council.
Corretta Productions, Documentary Filmaker and Editor.
I was employed on a years contract to work on the film ‘Breakfast in Kisumu’ as Director of Photography and Editor. The film premiered at IDFA and showed at multiple festivals around Europe.
See CV for more work.