With over 20 years of experience as a cameraman working within the television industry I can bring a huge creative and technical expertise to the productions I am engaged on. Just as importantly, coupled with this experience is my ability to make those people working with me feel comfortable and relaxed which we all know can make all the difference between a shoot to remember and a shoot to forget.
Fully realising my clients’ production brief is my primary concern regardless of the size of the shoot. Whatever the assignment, from the simple ‘talking head’ to a large TV studio/location lighting set-up, I always apply the same level of dedication and professionalism to my work to deliver the most effective results. Recent work has included a documentary commissioned by Olympic Broadcasting Services to illustrate the making of the Rio 2016 Olympic Games. Other ongoing work includes lighting celebrity interviews for movie-launch press junkets with production company PMA. On the broadcast front, I have recently worked on ‘Strictly Come Dancing’ shooting VT’s with the judges for the semi finals and final programme in 2015 as well as “The Apprentice’ and ‘Junior Apprentice’ made by Talkback Thames/Boundless for the BBC Other broadcast jobs include ‘The Great British Bake-Off’ made by Love Productions and London filming on ‘The Voice’ Australia for Shine TV in 2014.
Based in London, I can be engaged as a cameraman with or without equipment. I own a Canon C300 and a Canon 5d mkII DSLR. and can also offer a comprehensive selection of lighting and the usual ancillary equipment. Of course I can also tailor-make a package to suit just about every filming situation, whether it be supplying crew, specific camera gear, lighting, audio, grip equipment and transport.
I also offer a stills photography service using the latest Canon camera equipment with L series lenses.