I'm a photographer, filmmaker and producer based in London. Since October 2012 I've been the Barbican Centre's digital 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.
I directed this short film for the Barbican. It's a voyage through London's new Crossrail tunnels, via the beautiful animation of Daniela Sherer. Featured in Time Out and It's Nice That.
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 winter in India
A series of photographs from a four-week journey through Gujarat and Mumbai.
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
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.
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'.
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.