Career and Qualifications
Documentary Director, Camera Operator and Editor
2011-Present - Technical Supervisor and Filmmaker
As a long standing resident filmmaker for the National Theatre I work on a broad range of documentaries, trailers, learning content, cinema VTs, and performance recordings for the cultural archive
2008-2011 - Editor
I worked for three years for Online Post Production in Angle working on Charity, Corporate, Commercial, and TV documentaries, trailers, and educational content. I also helped to manage the large media and tape library for TVF International.
I graduated with a first class honours from International Film School of Wales in Documentary Film and TV in 2008.
In depth knowledge of cameras
I have a wealth of experience, filming and directing multi-camera performance recordings of theatre shows, talks, music events, and set-up interviews.
I have comprehensive knowledge and regular experience using a range of broadcast cameras including:
Sony F55, F5, PDW700, PDW800, PMW500, PMW300, PMW200, EX3, EX1, FS700
Canon C300, C100, 5D mkiii, XF305
Panasonic AF100, HPX250
Blackmagic Cinema Camera.
A solid post production background
As part of my role as Technical Supervisor and Filmmaker for the National Theatre I look after the National Theatre's in house editing suites. This includes managing technical projects, equipment maintenance, and workflow management.
Over 4 years ago l helped implement the national theatre's video Digital asset Management project and centralised storage infrastructure. I am now leading the National Theatre's media asset management replacement project to broaden out asset management to a wider group of users across the organisation.