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As a seasoned DP, my showreel speaks for itself. But in truth, delivering that work efficiently, within budget and tight time parameters, with calm professionalism and no fuss is a bigger part of the job.

I have been doing this all my working life. Since 1980, when I was a trainee clapper loader, I’ve worked on more sets than I can count and my experience has forged my skills, honed my craft and ensured I know precisely what’s what and the best way to get there.

My specialities include drama, green/blue screen, time lapse, motion control, high speed in film and digital (10,000 FPS), as well as cars and building projection. I’ve also set up, managed and delivered (on time and budget, of course) multiple projects with eye-watering logistics in complex distant locations.

By and large, the work I’m proudest of stems from projects that initially presented as tricky, complex, or intangible, because that’s when I’ve broken new ground and done something in a way it has not been done before.

Adidas | Locker Room

Filmed in 35mm Black and White.

Dementia | Almost Time For Tea

Shot on Super 16 a drama to show the challenges of dealing with a relative suffering with dementia.

British Airways | Today

This was filmed on Super 16 in three different countries telling the story of one day in the life of British Airways and connecting people around the world.

British Airways | Seat

This was filmed on 35mm motion control with nine passes to show all of the configurations of their fully reclining seat.

Bentley | Mulliner

Shot on Super 16 in Spain putting the Mulliner through its paces on the windy roads and dirt tracks of Almeria.

BMW | Airbag

This was filmed on 35mm motion control with one pass. The airbag was filmed at 2000FPS with a Photosonics high speed camera.

BMW | Steering Wheel

This was filmed on 35mm motion control with three passes to dissolve inside the car and move right around the steering wheel.

Cat Burglar | Short Film

Filmed in 35mm with Cooke lenses.

Cavalry Gun | Fire

This gun was filmed at 1000FPS with a Weisscam high speed camera and clearly shows the delay between the hammer hitting the cap and the bullet being fired.