I'm a photographer, filmmaker and digital producer based in London. Since October 2012 I've been the Barbican Centre's digital content producer, prior to which I was a producer at the BBC. Below are some links to my recent work, and a selection of my photography can be found here. If you'd like to get in touch, please email me.

A winter in India
A series of photographs from a four-week journey through Gujarat and Mumbai.

I co-directed this music video for Tom Rosenthal's song 'Watermelon'. Featured in It's Nice That, Mashable, and Huffington Post.

Fish Island Labs
I was the Barbican producer for this partnership with The Trampery. Based in a converted Hackney Wick warehouse Fish Island Labs is an incubator space for emergent artists who use new technology. Featured in the Evening Standard.

A portrait of London from atop one of the Barbican towers. The film combines my photography with specially commissioned music and poetry. Featured in The Londonist and Evening Standard

A Thousand Years
I co-directed this music video for Tom Rosenthal's 'A Thousand Years'. It was a Vimeo Staff Pick. Other videos made with Tom include 'Take Your Guess' and 'Go Solo'.

Alain de Botton portraits
I photographed the philosopher, creating a series of portraits to accompany his interview for the Australian magazine Dumbo Feather.

Hack the Barbican
I was the Barbican producer for this four-week takeover of the arts centre by a collective of artists, technologists and entrepreneurs. It was a partnership with The Trampery and a few photographs from the project are here.

Dancing in the Rain
I photographed Random Dance's performance inside the Barbican's Rain Room installation in Autumn 2012. I also made a film about the work which can be seen here.

BBC at the Edinburgh Festivals
I was producer of the BBC's live events at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe in 2012. Some of my photographs from the project are here.