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Multi-skilled maker of feature-length documentary films, series and single docs, music videos and live performances, VTs, behind the scenes, studio shows, presenter skits, streaming hits, socials gold, and producing big ideas for global audiences.

Big screen cinema premieres and red carpet Blue Steel through film festival favourites such as Raindance and Doc’n Roll.

Pride my work on being exciting, feel-good, authentic, celebratory and fun.

Started on CBBC Sportsround at Television Centre.

Selected by BAFTA Connect, Raindance and Edinburgh TV Festival for Ones To Watch.

Master’s degree in broadcast journalism. Midlands student journalist of the year. Made Jon Snow’s BAFTA Fellowship and a suited Ron Burgundy made my night in Amsterdam.

MTV News 2011-14 before going freelance. Dream job producing daily bulletins and interviewing legends like Liam Gallagher, Slash and Steven Tyler. Rihanna waved. Taylor Swift winked. George Michael carelessly whispered in my ear: “Next time you interview George Michael, only ask about George Michael”

Backstage on BAFTAs, BRITs, BBC Music, British Comedy, EMAs, Mercury Prize and FIFA Best. Winner of none of their awards.

Festivals with my camera including Glastonbury, Gathering of the Juggalos, T in the Park, Roskilde near Copenhagen, Barcelona’s Primavera, Clockenflap in Hong Kong, Træna on a remote Norwegian island and Naked Man in rural Japan.

On the road with bands including Muse, Stereophonics, Hurts, Wolf Alice, Jimmy Eat World and Royal Blood. Mainly by tour bus but a few times by private jet (sorry Greta).

Filmed on the stages of Sydney Opera House, Stade De France and San Siro, via venues in San Francisco, Seoul and Siberia.

Football docs in the changing room with gaffers, completing a 2006 sticker book with a World Cup winner in Italy after being driven to the airport by Alan Shearer, every round of the FA Cup, Hollywood's Welsh Dragons at Wembley Stadium, and Glasgow’s scariest mascot for Soccer AM.

Peeped behind the curtain with Micky Flanagan, from his work-in-progress gigs to night 12 at The O2, documenting the world’s biggest stand-up comedy tour of 2017. Performed at The Comedy Store for my student film – 100,000 have watched me die.

Comic Relief road trip across Africa through Kenya to Uganda. Danced with a tribe.

Born in Birmingham. Live in London. Shoot all over the world.

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