ABOUT

    ME

I am a videographer and cinematographer with a degree in Media Arts from University of Plymouth. Over the past nine years I have gained practical experience using a variety of mediums (nine years in photography and six years in film) however my true passion is cinematography. I believe it is this combination of experience that has given me an eye for beautiful cinematography. I am passionate about generating emotional viewer responses, finding inspiration from light, colour and the world and people around me. I love experimenting with different subjects, styles and techniques across multiple platforms including short films, documentaries and digital formats.

EXPERIENCE

2019

  • Sunken Garden Productions, Shondaland, 'Bridgerton' - Runner

  • Bad Wolf Productions, 'Discovery of Witches' - Camera Trainee

  • Chroma Films, Nickelodeon's 'The Crystal Maze' - Studio Runner

  • RDF, Channel 4 Documentary, 'Lodgers and Landlords' - Location and Studio Runner

  • Seadog TV & Film Productions - Finance Assistant

  • Sundog Pictures, BBC3 Documentary, 'Big in the Valleys' – Production Assistant

Previous years

2017

2018

  • BBC CountryFile, Photographic Competition – Runner

  • Thames, Britains Got Talent - Open Auditions Location Runner

  • Yr Hafan Holiday Cottages - Photographer and Videographer

  • The Hahas, Live Music Video - Camera Operator

  • Plymouth University Graduate Degree Show, FRUIT - Curator

  • BBC CountryFile, Photographic Competition – Runner

  • Photobox, Mothers day Colour Run Advert – Runner

  • Kenoby, Live Music Video - Self-shooting Producer 

  • Jam House Open Mic Night, Promotional Film - Camera Operator

  • Plymouth University, Cheap Thrills Live Show - Self-shooting director for prerecorded segments and live studio camera operator

EDUCATION

University of Plymouth                                                                                           2015 - 2018

  • BA (Hons) Media Arts - Specialising in Film and Photography (2:1)

Backwell School Sixth Form                                                                                   2013 - 2015

  • A Levels including Mathematics (A), Photography (A) and Biology (C)

  • Level 3 Cambridge Technical Diploma in Media Production (Double Distinction Star)

Nailsea Secondary School                                                                                    2007 - 2012

  • 11 GCSE’s including Mathematics, English and Science (A-C)

  • BBC CountryFile, Photographic Competition – Runner

  • Interior Harmony – Comercial Photographer

  • Plymouth University, Out With The New, In With The Used Exhibition – Curator and Exhibitor

  • boomsatsuma, Word in the West Festival – Camera Operator

  • boomsatuma, Live Music Session – Director and Camera Operator

  • Easton Primary School – Created and taught a photography class

  • North Somerset Council, Pupil Premium Educational Short Film – Self-shooting Producer

  • Eclectic Sessions, Live Music Session – Camera Operator

  • Nailsea School Sixth Form, Leavers Ball – Photographer

TESTIMONIALS

“The Digital work in the room was inspired and emotive, Ellen Ford’s What does it mean to be alive was a deeply moving piece using personal memories of her grandfathers passing, layering media over itself and presenting it in a way that evoked the feeling of nostalgia that was essential for it’s success."

Jesse Holliland (Made in Plymouth Newspaper – May 2016) reflects on a dual exhibition by first year students from Plymouth College of Art and Plymouth University. Read the full article here.

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