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Television and broadcast credits

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Escape to the Chateau (S3)

Channel 4

JUN 2017 – JUN 2017

Director of Photography for One Tribe TV

Wildlife sequences filmed during the summer of 2017.

Dick and Angel Strawbridge continue their adventures in France, turning a derelict chateau into a fairy tale castle of their dreams.

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/escape-to-the-chateau/episode-guide/series-3

On The Road: Sizzler reel

Tencent Media

NOV 2016 – NOV 2016

Director of Photography/Editor for One Tribe TV

Chinese-based adventure show following the adventures of Snake & Echo: a daring husband & wife duo who are hardcore adventure travellers. For Tencent Media, a Chinese media giant, we follow the duo as they learn to fly a jet prop aircraft in the far chilly northern reaches of China. In 2017 they plan to fly around the world and we will be on hand to film the adventure as it unfolds.

Richard Parks’ Big Welsh Adventure

BBC 2 / BBC Wales

JUN 2016 – JUN 2016

Second camera for One Tribe TV

Second cameraman shooting on Canon C300 for an adventure show for BBC 2/BBC Wales following extreme adventure athlete Richard Parks cycling the breadth of Wales. I was primarily involved with setting up and filming of contributors, supporting second angles of main camera, action cam rigging (GoPro’s) and data wrangling the content from eight cameras.

Channel 4 News – Election expenses: Tory PCC candidate under scrutiny

Channel 4

MAY 2016 – MAY 2016

Lighting Cameraperson for ITN Productions

Lighting cameraman for news piece
http://www.channel4.com/news/election-expenses-tory-pcc-candidate-under-scrutiny

Dispatches – Missing Mail

Channel 4

JAN 2016 – JAN 2016

Director Of Photography for Nine Lives Media

Interview contributor based in UK – Sony PXW-FS7 with Sony 28-135mm lens. Single day shooting for story about parcel courier.

Murder in Paradise

Channel 4

DEC 2015 – DEC 2015

Director Of Photography for MAKE Productions

Interview contributor based in UK – Sony PXW-FS7 with Ziess 18mm CinePrime, Canon 24mm CinePrime, Canon 35mm CinePrime and Sony 28-135mm lens.

http://www.channel4.com/programmes/murder-in-paradise

Britain’s Treasure Islands

BBC Four

JAN 2012 – SEP 2014

Director of Photography for Redfern Natural History, Warehouse 51 & SkyVision

With presenter and naturalist Stewart Mcpherson, I undertook a 70,000 km journey to visit all of the UK Overseas Territories – a series of 14 groups of islands scattered across the Seven Seas, all of which remain under UK sovereignty.

Few know that the Territories exist, yet they are home to a dazzling rainbow of wildlife including some of the greatest wildlife spectacles on Earth. They comprise an area 7 times the size of Britain, have 20 times the biodiversity and include over 1,000 unique plant and animal species. They range from tropical rainforests to coral reefs and volcanic deserts to Antarctic tundra, while amongst them are several of the most remote human communities on Earth.

Britain’s Treasure Islands is a 3 part TV series for BBC 4 that looks at all of the UK Overseas Territories. http://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/b077sxwfs.

Wild Islands

National Geographic

JAN 2012 – SEP 2014

Director of Photography for Redfern Natural History, Warehouse 51 & SkyVision

2 x 60′ series on Britain’s Overseas Territories. Sole cameraman travelling with producer/presenter & natural historian Stewart McPherson to remote places such as Antarctica, Falklands Islands, Ascension, St. Helena and the beautiful Chagos Archipelago in the Indian Ocean. Roles and responsibilites included senior cameraperson and mixing sound from radio microphone, daily rush ingest and liaising with Stewart on best shot angles to convey narrative.

Read more at http://www.w51p.com/production_house/file/Britains-Treasure.php and https://skyvision.sky.com/Brand/1958/natures-treasure-islands

Natures Treasure Islands

AMC, PBS, Choice TV

JAN 2012 – SEP 2014

Director of Photography for Redfern Natural History, Warehouse 51 & SkyVision

2 x 60′ series on Britain’s Overseas Territories. Sole cameraman travelling with producer/presenter & natural historian Stewart McPherson to remote places such as Antarctica, Falklands Islands, Ascension, St. Helena and the beautiful Chagos Archipelago in the Indian Ocean. Roles and responsibilites included senior cameraperson and mixing sound from radio microphone, daily rush ingest and liaising with Stewart on best shot angles to convey narrative.

Read more at http://www.w51p.com/production_house/file/Britains-Treasure.php and https://skyvision.sky.com/Brand/1958/natures-treasure-islands

Boat Stories

Series of short online films

4 x 5 mins episode / 2014 / PD: Jo Stewart-Smith

Director of Photography & Editor

Boat Stories is a series of ten short documentary films about people whose lives revolve around fishing and working boats in northern Devon.

The stories are told by the people: those who own, skipper, crew or row boats themselves. So no presenter or studio recorded voice over to fill in the gaps – we film out on boats, record out on location and go with what we get.

The result is a lively series of films with an amazing energy as each film takes you on a new adventure. Martin Hesp of Western Morning News wrote of our second film salmon netting “in telling their story, this documentary is as charming, colourful and fascinating a film as any shot in the region for years.”

See the whole series at www.boatstories.co.uk

River Cottage – To The Core

Channel 4

JUL 2013 – SEP 2013

Second camera for KEO West

Second camera on popular cooking television show. Shooting on Sony PMW-200 and Canon XF305

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