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British cinematographer with over 15 years experience shooting commercial, music, documentary, narrative shorts and feature work.


Clients include Bacardi, John Lewis, BBC, LEGO, Telegraph, Co-op, NHS, and Decca Records. I shot BAFTA New Talent nominated Last Exit To Ricklesburgh and BBC TV broadcast Marram. I shot feature doc Am I Irvine Welsh for LS Productions about the renowned Scottish author of Trainspotting. My latest short film is ASKA starring Kate Dickie.

This year I was lucky enough to work closely with the incredible Danny Boyle and Anthony Dod Mantle as Splinter Unit camera operator and Drone camera operator for 28 Years Later. Other feature operating credits include Sky's Dead Shot starring Felicity Jones and Zebra Girl.

With a solid background in camera assisting for TV dramas in London, I have had the opportunity to work with and learn from many experienced cinematographers. I took part in an intimate and practical workshop ran by Oscar nominated DP Ryszard Lenczewski (Ida, My Summer of Love).

I have a passion for lighting, the impact of colour, texture and mise en scène and enjoy working closely with the production designer. Whilst I have the technical ability that's essential on set, my focus remains on creative filmmaking and what emotions visual storytelling can evoke.

My first feature as DP was Riptide for BIFA award-winning, BAFTA nominated Lyre Productions. Filmed in countless beautiful Scottish landscapes, it is a love story road movie exploring the relationship between two people with schizophrenia. Riptide was awarded Best Feature at Beyond The Curve, Prague IFA, BRNO and Hallucinea, selected by Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival, Canberra, Reel Recovery and Shetland Film Festival.

0789 505 5139

Glasgow, UK

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