Bumba Foundation

Multi award winning film for the Bumba Foundation in Uganda and screening in the 2021 & 2022 world Film Festival circuit. Filmed solo using prime lenses, I won two awards for Best Cinematography along with Best Director & Best Short awards. The charity has since commissioned me to make a second film for their ten year anniversary.

Following ambulance workers, food bank distribution services and finally, vaccination training programmes, a series of short films showcasing a year of the charity’s support during the pandemic.

The Croydon Philharmonic Choir

I was commissioned to make this short film for The Croydon Philharmonic Choir, which was selected for screenings at Boxpark, the David Lean Cinema and the BFI’s Screen 25.

Think Ahead

I was commissioned to make two films for the mental health charity Think Ahead, which is Department of Health funded, to promote their fast track graduate training programme for mental health social workers.

The Engineer Who Became an Artist
(Bad Dog Designs)

Paul Parry realised he’d taken the wrong career path from engineering into middle management when he had a stroke in 2016. After making a clock out of the now obsolete Nixie Tubes, a whole new world of possibility opened up to him.

A short indi documentary made for festivals and streaming.

Jeans for Genes

Jeans for Genes is the UK’s leading charity for children with genetic disorders. My film documents the life of Tamilore, who lives with sickle cell anemia, something that causes him both extreme pain and physical disability, despite it being unseen. The film was used for both fundraising and education throughout UK schools.