I'm originally from London, England, but have been lucky enough to have lived in Cambodia, Kenya, Indonesia, and France. I've travelled extensively, and have been sent around the world on photo and film missions. I'm proud to have been commissioned to take photographs by the artist JR, resulting in my photos being displayed on buildings around Paris, and have had my films screened at the prestigious International Microfinance Awards in the Louvre museum. I offer a broad range of skills, extensive experience, and a passion for creativity.
I studied drama and media at Queen Mary's University, London, and film production post-graduation. I have been working full time in video production and photography since 2008, in particular working with non-profits and NGOs to help them to promote the important work that they are doing.
From web promotional videos to short documentaries, I have several years of experience working as a one-person production company. I handle all parts of the production process from start to finish, allowing me to provide clients with top quality service. This personal approach means I can ensure clients get a bespoke film exactly as they want it to be. No fuss, just great films!
I have travelled to the corners of the globe capturing images of farmers and artisans and telling the stories of the non-profits that work with them. I have photographed everything from portraits to huge corporate events, famous cities and candid street photography.
As much as I love shooting, I also really enjoy helping people with projects that they may need a hand with. I offer remote editing services and often work with crowd sourced material. If you already have videos or photos in any format, I can turn them into something wonderful at a lower cost than hiring a full video production service.
Skills // Final Cut Pro, Final Cut X, Magic Bullet Looks, Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Lightroom, Adobe After Effects
Gold Dust Music Video | Sykes
Wiser | Graduation
Student Loans | Kenya
WISER | Empowering Girls | Kenya
Microentrepreneurs of The Philippines
Craft and Microfinance | Madagascar
Mobile Banking | The Philippines
Peace Jam | Japan
Pando Projects | Web video for non-profit organisation | New York City
Crowd-sourced video project for Wiser Earth
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Apologies for the ridiculously long hiatus! This summer was hectic, mainly due to the fact I got married (woooo!) but also lots of exciting trips and work.
So, here’s a very overdue entry to say that the music video I made for the amazing Sykes for their single “Gold Dust” now has over 55,000 views on Youtube! Thank you to everyone for your continued support. It was tons of fun to make and I’m really happy that you all like it, it really means a lot.
Coming soon – my trip this summer to The Ivory Coast for MicroCred…
Finally, after a short delay…. the WISER Graduation film is here!
It has been a pleasure to work on such inspirational footage, and I hope you enjoy watching this momentous day half as much as I enjoyed filming it. I love reliving the pride, the hope, the excitement and the tangible sense of change and feel honoured to have captured this very special day.
This is for you, pioneering class of 2013, and for all the girls that will follow in your impressive footsteps. You have worked hard and paved the way for the future generations of girls in Muhuru Bay and nationwide.
You are the future of Kenya and you humble me every single day.
For that, I say thank you.
Just a quick note to say I just came back from Muhuru Bay where I was honoured to shoot the graduation ceremony for the pioneering class of WISER.
It was an amazing, emotional day to see these young women graduate (100% of them passed their exams, 17 of the 28 qualified for university and 13 of these obtained an immediate full scholarship – incredible!) and prove to their community and the world that girls can make it, be successful and fulfill their potential. They are role-models and advocates for investing in girls education. Absolutely no girls from Muhuru Bay have gone to university in over 20 years and the gender discrimination has meant the lives of girls in this area have often been very tragic. This has all been changed.
WISER is incredible, and without the support from a truly amazing faculty and supporters around the globe, this would not have been possible.
So here’s to you, Wiser girls, and here’s to everyone that made this wonderful NGO possible – you are all such brilliant people and I am truly humbled and blessed to have worked with you. The graduation was the accumulation of all this hard work, which will continue, and boy what a day it was! There was singing, laughter, celebration, tears of joy, and a tangible sense of change as these powerhouses made their mark on Kenya. Thank you for letting me a part of it and I hope you are all very proud.
To those reading this: watch this space for the graduation film, where you’ll be able to see this wonderful and monumental day yourselves!
Inspiration: coming soon….