I’m a filmmaker and video marketer. I studied at film school before setting up my own production company in 2006. Prior to that I was part of the team that launched Yahoo! Into Europe. I make marketing films and documentaries. I am the co-founder, curator and creative director behind The Secret Illness, a trans-media creative arts community project that explores the realities of living with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
I have made marketing films for many household brands, including Mazda, P&G, Johnnie Walker and Grolsch, as well as for smaller organisations such as schools, charities, a chocolatier and a church. In addition to video production skills I have expertise in video marketing and consult with my clients to develop their video content marketing strategies and assist them with the seeding and distribution of their films.
I’m a storyteller, a cinematographer and a graphics person, three attributes that together define my filmmaking style. I’m particularly interested in human stories which drives my interest in documentary and projects like The Secret Illness. Having been involved in “digital” from its very inception I’ve always held a keen interest in finding innovative ways to work with the constantly evolving digital space that has made so much possible.
Please drop me a note if you’d like to find out more about any of my projects or if you have a project of your own that you’d like me to help you with.