Sniper (Working Title) currently in production
Directed by Ursula McFarlane/ Janice Sutherland
Series Producer Mary-Jane Mitchell
Arrow Media for Netflix
6 × 60 mins
ARRI Amira (4K)
PanasonicGH5
Six part true crime series for Netflix forensically examining the case of the Washington Sniper that paralysed Washington DC in 2002.

Star Wars VII: The Last Jedi Documentary (working title) currently in post production
Directed by Anthony Wonke
Lucas Films/ Disney
Feature Doc 90mins
Two years filming following the production team of the most recent instalment of the Star Wars franchise on the 40th anniversary from where it started in a Galaxy Far Far Away from pre production to the World Premiere..

Rituals currently in post production
Directed by Simon Bell
BBC Natural History Unit
3 × 60mins
ARRI Amira
From the team that made Human Planet a series which immerses the viewer in spectacular and emotional stories that form our global rituals. Contributing DOP

Earth From Space currently in post production
Directed by Paul Thompson
BBC Natural History Unit
3 × 60 mins
ARRI Amira
PanasonicGH5
Landmark BBC Natural History series. Contributing DOP

Civilisations
Directed by Ashley Gethin
Nutopia for BBC
10 × 60 mins
ARRI Amira
Landmark BBC Arts series. Contributing DOP

Wasting Away The Truth About Anorexia
Directed by Janice Sutherland
Brook Lapping for ITV
1 × 60mins
ARRI Amira
Mark Austin news reader reveals daughters battle with anorexia and warns of Jeremy Hunt of a mental health epidemic.

Queen and Country
Directed by Nick Angel
Renegade Pictures for Channel Four
1 × 60mins
ARRI Amira

David Beckham – For The Love Of The Game
Directed by Matt Smith
Produced by Russ Malkin
1 × 90mins
BigEarth Productions for BBC1
ARRI Alexa Mini & ARRI Amira
David Beckham travels 7 continents in 9 Days playing 7 games of football to raise money for UNICEF.

Late Late Show James Corden David Beckham sketch
Directed by Gabe Turner
Produced by Ben Winston
1 × 8 mins
Fullwell73 for CBS
James Corden and David Beckham audition for the role of James Bond in a Late Late Show from London Special comedy sketch.

Bet Fred Commercial
Directed by Bethan Seller
Producer Serena Fylan
The Gate
Client Bet Fred
1 × 30 TV spot

Boots No.7 Branded Content
Directed by Debbie Anzalone
MC Saatchi
3 × 2 mins

Cancer Research Advertising Campaign
Directed by Henry Singer
10 × 30 sec TV Commercial slots & 1 × 2min Online slot.
The Garden Productions
ARRI Amira
TV Commercials campaign for Cancer Research for Christmas 2015

Quality Street commercial
Directed by Joanna Bailey
1 × 30 sec
Bare Films
ARRI Amira
Quality Street commercial.

Cuffs
Directed by Bill Eagles
2 × 60 mins
TigerAspect/BBC Drama
ARRI Alexa
Two episodes of a new police drama for BBC1.

Horizon – Dark Energy
Directed by Mark Radice
1 × 60mins
BBC Science
ARRI Amira

Horizon – Oceans of the Solar System
Directed by David Stewart
1 × 60mins
BBC Science
ARRI Amira
Sony AS7
A film following scientists examining the possibility of life on other planets in our solar system.

2 Days That Shook Paris
Directed by Ursula McFarlane
1 × 60 mins
Films of Record for More Four
ARRI Amira
The anatomy of the events unfolding in Paris during the Charlie Hebdo murders and subsequent sieges.

The Art of Winston Churchill
Directed by David Barrie
Wavelength Films for BBC4
ARRI Amira

Ronaldo
Directed by Anthony Wonke
1 × 90 mins
Ronnie Films
Universal Pictures – Theatrical Release/I-Tunes
ARRI Amira
Portrait of Cristiano Ronaldo arguably the greatest living footballer footballer. Shooting with Mike Eley BSC

AP McCoy (currently in post production)
Directed by Anthony Wonke
1 × 90 mins
Partisan/Money Glass Films
BBC Films – Theatrical Release/ I-Tunes
(contributing DP)
ARRI Amira
Film with incredible access following 20 times Jockey Champion AP McCoy.

Horizon – Ebola a Search for the Cure
Directed by Chris O’Donnel
1 × 60 mins
BBC
CanonC300
(contributing DP)

Diamond Geezers
Directed by Nick Angel
1 × 60 mins ITV
Bright Spark Films
Canon C300

Tsunami
Directed by Ursula McFarlane
Minnow Films
1 × 60 mins
ITV
Canon C300

One Direction Stadium World Tour (currently in production)
Directed by Ben Winston
Fullwell 73
1 × 90 mins Theatrical release/global TV special
ARRI Amira/ Ultra Primes/ Cooke Pancros

David Beckham Into The Unknown
Directed by Anthony Mandler
Produced by Wendie Ottewill
Exec Producer MIchelle Curland
XIX Entertainment
1 ×90 mins BBC1/Netflix
Red Epic

When Corden Meets Barlow
Directed by Ben Winston
Fullwell 73
1 × 60 mins BBC1
Canon C300
(contributing DP)

Perspectives: Emile Sande/Frida Kahlo
Directed by Mathew Hill
Blakeway North
1 × 60 mins ITV
Canon C300/ Canon 5D

2013

Toyota Vios- One Direction (currently in production)
Directed by Dicky Chambers
Salt TV
Commercial
Sony F55

Modern Times: Reduced Height Theatre Company(currently in production)
Directed by Ursula McFarlane
Love Productions for BBC
1 × 60 mins
Canon C300

Joanna Lumley Meets Will-i-am
Directed by Adrian Sibley
Rain Entertainment Media for BBC1
1 × 60 mins
Canon C300

Moments In Time (Currently in Production)
Directed by Fatima Salaria
BBC
1× 60mins
Canon C300

ONE DIRECTION:THIS IS US
Directed by Morgan Spurlock
Produced by Ben Winston, Simon Cowell, Morgan Spurlock, Adam Milano.
Fullwell 73/Sony Pictures
UK Theatrical release 29th August 2013/Netflix
1×90 mins
Arri Alexa, Sony F55, Red Epic, Canon C300
ONE DIRECTION:THIS IS US is a captivating and intimate all-access look at life on the road for the global music phenomenon. Weaved with stunning live concert footage, this inspiring film tells the remarkable story of Niall, Zayn, Liam, Harry and Louis’ meteoic rise to fame, from their humble hometown beginnings and competing on the X-Factor, to conquering the world and performing at London’s famed O2 Arena. Hear it from the boys themselves and see through their own eyes what it’s really like to be One Direction.
Shooting with Patrick Smith DP and 3D concert footage Tom Kreuger DP.

MOTION PICTURE TRAILER: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C0I9ikjQtuI

IN REAL LIFE
Directed by Beeban Kidron
British Film Institute, Dogwoof, Cross Street Films, Sky Atlantic
Arri Alexa, Canon C300, Sony F800, Canon 5D
UK Theatrical Release 20th September 3013/ I-Tunes
In Real Life takes us on a journey from the bedrooms of British teenagers to the world of Silicon Valley, to find out what exactly the internet is doing to our children.

MOTION PICTURE TRAILER: inreallifefilm.com

SEIGE IN THE SAHARA
Directed by Bruce Goodison
Nutopia for Channel Four
1×60 mins
Arri Alexa, Canon C300, Canon 5D
Drama doc examines what really happened during the 72 hour seige of an Alerian oil plant in the spring of 2013. 30 british expats lost their lives at the hands of muslim extremists.

IMAGINE: ZAHA HADID
Directed by Roger Parsons
BBC2
1×60 mins
Canon C300, Canon 5D, Sony FS700
Alan Yentob explores the world of Zaha Hadid

MERKEL
Directed by Mark Radice
BBC2
1×60 mins
Canon C300, 5D
Andrew Marr examines the enigma that is Angela Merkel.

One Way Or Another (Teenage Kicks)- One Direction Comic Relief
Directed by Ben Winston
Fullwell 73
Music Promo for the One Direction Comic Relief single.
Canon 5D

Comic Relief: One Direction in Ghana
Directed by Ben Winston
Fullwell 73
Canon C300
Shooting with Patrick Smith DP
The Comic Relief Appeal films following the band One Direction in a fund raising visit to a children’s hospital in Ghana.

Lost In Music
Directed by Ursula McFarlane
Fresh One Productions
1× 60min Channel Four
Canon C300

2012

A Very JLS Xmas
Directed by Ben Winston
Fullwell 73
Sky1
1×60mins
Canon C300

Sky Go
Directed by Paul Berczella
Brothers & Sisters for Sky Tv
9 × 30 sec Commercial Spots
Arri Alexa

Imagine: Jeanette Winterson
Directed by Roger Parsons
BBC
1×60min
Canon C300
A portrait of acclaimed novelist Jeanette Winterson

The Trial Of Mladic (currently in production)
Directed by Rob Miller
BBC
Panasonic HDX900 & Canon C300
Observational Doc with unprecendented access to the Haig War Tribunals

Bird In A Box
Directed by Thomas Hoeg
MetFilm
1×10min Independent Short Film
Sony F3

Circles
Directed by Spencer Hudson
1 × 10min Independent Short Film
Canon C300

Andrew Marr’s History Of The World
Directed by Renny Bartlett, Robin Dashwood, Mark Radice, Guy Smith
BBC/Discovery Channel
8 × 60 min HD
Panasonic HDX900 & Arri Alexa & Canon 5D

A Bigger Picture: Culture Show Special
David Hockney takes us through his work for his latest show at The Royal Academy.
Directed by Roger Parsons
BBC
1×60mins
Panasonic HDX900 & Canon 5D

Cancer Research UK Commercial
Directed by Ursula MacFarlane
Tonic/Fresh One Productions
Arri Alexa

Billingsgate Market
Directed by Jamie Balment
Indus Films for BBC
1×60 mins
Panasonic HDX900 & Canon 5D

TX 2011

Imagine: The End Of The Affair
Directed by Tim Kirby
BBC 1×60
Alan Yentob examines not so much the death of the book but the birth of the digital future of reading.

Citizen UK Commercial
Directed by Debbie Anzalone
Partizan Films
1×60 secs
Commercial for Citizen UK charity promoting minimum wage.

Megacities
Directed by Sam Hobkinson
Ricochet Films for BBC
3 × 60 mins HD
Andrew Marr explores the planets largest urban centres, Megacities

Meet The Middletons
Directed by Nick Angel
Monkey Kingdom for Channel Four
1×60mins
A peek at the genealogy of the family of Kate Middleton the bride to be of Prince William.

The Country House Revealed
Directed by Ian McMillan and Jenny Dames
Oxford Film & Television for BBC
2 × 60mins HD
Dan Cruikshank explores history through private ancestral homes.

The Life and Loss of Karen Woo
Directed by Ursula McFarlane
Century Films for ITV1
1 × 60 mins
The story of the murder in Afghanistan of the doctor Karen Woo.
RTS Short List Nomination Best Documentary 2012
Grierson Short List Nomination 2012

Milos Karadaglic: A Journey
Directed by Debbie Anzalone
Century Films for Deutesche Gramophone/Decca Records
1 × 30 mins
A profile of Milos Karadagic

Cutting Edge: Jackpots and Jinxes Lottery Stories
Directed by Nick Angel
Channel Four
1×60 mins
A film looking exploring the fortunes of big lottery winners.

Civilisation One
Directed by Dimitri Collingridge
Prometheus Pictures for History Channel
1×60 mins
Ancient civilisations

TX 2010

Who Do You Think You Are?
Directed by Simon Chu
Wall to Wall Television for BBC 1
1 × 60 mins HD
Jason Donovan on the genealogical trail.

Cardinal Newman : Saint or Sinner?
Directed by Anna Cox
BBC 1 × 60 mins HD
Former Conservative minister Ann Widdecombe explores 19th-century British Roman Catholic Cardinal John Henry Newman’s road to sainthood.

The Normans: The Men from the North
Directed by Robin Dashwood
Exec Producer: Chris Granlund
BBC 1 × 60 mins HD
In this major series Professor Robert Bartlett examines the extraordinary expansion and unchecked ambition of the Normans, and shows how they transformed the history of Europe.This episode looks at how the Normans developed from a band of marauding Vikings into the formidable warriors who conquered England in 1066.

The Normans: Conquest
Directed by Fatima Salaria
Exec Producer: Chris Granlund
BBC 1 × 60 mins HD
Robert Bartlett explores the impact of the Norman conquest of Britain and Ireland and looks at how England adapted to its new masters.

The Normans: Normans of the South
Directed by Charles Colville
Exec Producer: Chris Granlund
BBC 1 × 60 mins HD
Robert Bartlett explores the impact of the Norman conquest of Britain and Ireland and looks at how England adapted to its new masters.

Beautiful Minds
Directed by Paul Bernays
BBC4 1 × 60 mins HD
Acclaimed scientist James Lovelock explains how his maverick way of thinking led him not only to technical breakthroughs in atmospheric detection systems on Earth and Mars, but also to Gaia – a new way of thinking about the Earth as a holistic, self-regulating system.

Who Do You Think You Are?
Directed by Christopher Bruce
Wall To Wall Television for NBC/BBC
1 × 60 mins HD
Lisa Kudrow on the genealogical trail.

TX 2009

Andrew Marr’s The Making of Modern Britain: A New Dawn
Directed by Robin Dashwood
Series Produced by Chris Granlund
BBC1 1 × 60 mins HD Andrew Marr revisits Britain at the dawn of the 1900s. The country mourns Queen Victoria and enjoys music hall’s bawdy pleasures.

Andrew Marr’s The Making of Modern Britain: Road To War
Directed by Fatima Salaria
Series Produced by Chris Granlund
BBC1 1 × 60 mins HD
The events that shaped Britain. The country basks in a hot Edwardian summer, but the assassination of an archduke in Sarajevo presages world war.

Andrew Marr’s The Making of Modern Britain: The Great War
Directed by Robin Dashwood
Series Produced by Chris Granlund
BBC1 1 × 60 mins HD
Andrew Marr charts the events that shaped Britain. Britain tastes total war, which affected people on the frontline and at home.

Andrew Marr’s The Making of Modern Britain: Having A Ball
Directed by Fatima Salaria
Series Produced by Chris Granlund
BBC1 1 × 60 mins HD
Andrew Marr charts the events that shaped Britain. In the 1920s, Imperial Britannia subsided and Britain saw a housing boom and the birth of radio.

Andrew Marr’s The Making of Modern Britain: Britannia at Bay
Directed by Roger Parsons
Series Produced by Chris Granlund
BBC1 1 × 60 mins HD
Marr concludes his series with a vivid account of Britain in the Second World War.

A highly acclaimed BBC series that charts the events that shaped Britain, from the death of Queen Victoria to the end of the Second World War.
BAFTA Nomination Best Factual Photography 2010

9/11: Phone Calls from the Towers
Directed by James Kent
Darlow Smithson for Channel Four
1 × 60 mins HD
Trapped in the twin towers of the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001, thousands of ordinary people struggled to survive and make contact with the outside world.This documentary features recordings of calls from people who died in the terrorist attack on New York as well as interviews with their families, who have co-operated in the making of the film and provided most of the recordings.
International Emmy Nomination Best Documentary 2010

Kilimanjaro: The Big Red Nose Climb
Directed by Sacha Mirzeoff
BBC1 1 × 60 mins HD
Nine celebrities put their reputations and fitness on the line to raise money for Comic Relief. I can’t take all the credit for this, it was a two man job, I had the great fortune to team up with my dear friend and DP Johann Perry.

Darwin’s Dangerous Ideas: Born Equal?
Directed by Kate Bartlett
BBC2 1 × 60 mins HD
A three-part series, in which Andrew Marr explores how Darwin’s theory of evolution by natural selection has taken on a life of its own far beyond the world of science.
contributing cameraman to the other two episodes.

Wonderland :Virgin Swimmers
Directed by Lorraine Charker-Phillips
BBC2 1 × 50mins HD
Nine very different adults are brought together to face a challenge that has always defeated them – learning to swim.
contributing cameraman

Building The Olympic Dream
Directed by Min Clough and Debbie Hartley
BBC2 3 × 60 mins HD
contributing cameraman

TX 2008

The Lost Gospels
Directed by Anna Cox
BBC2 1 × 60 mins HD
Anglican priest Peter Owen Jones explores the huge number of ancient Christian texts that didn’t make it into the New Testament, many of which were both shocking and challenging.

RTS AWARD Outstanding Achievement in Craft

Simon Schama The American Future A History: American War
Directed by Sam Hobkinson
Oxford Film & TV for BBC
1 × 60 mins HD
A look at how different the US attitude to war is from what outsiders assume it to be.

Simon Schama The American Future A History: A Land of Plenty
Directed by Sam Hobkinson
Oxford Film & TV for BBC
1 × 60 mins HD
A look at America’s waning belief in the infinite possibilities of its land and resources.

Frankie Howerd : Rather You Than Me
Directed by John Alexander
Produced by Ben Evans
BBC Films
1 × 60 min Super 16mm
David Walliams stars as one of his own comedy favourites in this moving, humorous and poignant story of Howerd’s fight with his inner demons.

Prince Charles at 60: The Passionate Prince
Directed by John Bridcut
BBC1 1 × 90 mins HD
For more than a year, a small BBC team followed the Prince of Wales, in public and in private, all over Britain and overseas, to produce an historic 90-minute documentary to mark his 60th birthday.

Andrew Marr’s History of Modern Britain: Advance Britannia
Directed by Tom Giles
Produced by Chris Granlund
BBC1 1 × 50 mins HD
Andrew Marr revisits Britain in 1945 and finds the country victorious but nearly bankrupt, and struggling for national and cultural survival in the post-war world.

Andrew Marr’s History of Modern Britain: The Land of Lost Content
Directed by Fatima Salaria
Produced by Chris Granlund
BBC1 1 × 50 mins HD
Exploding the popular image of the 1950s as a golden age of order and prosperity, and of lost content.

Andrew Marr’s History of Modern Britain: Revolution
Directed by Robin Dashwood
Produced by Chris Granlund
BBC1 1 × 50 mins HD
Andrew Marr revisits the Britain of Margaret Thatcher and comes to some surprising conclusions about the British national character.

Andrew Marr’s History of Modern Britain: New Britannia
Directed by Robin Dashwood
Produced by Chris Granlund
BBC1 1 × 50 mins HD
In the final part of the series, Britain enters the post-Thatcher era. Many have done well during the Thatcher years but now boom turns to bust.

BAFTA Best Factual Series
Grearson Award Best series
RTS Award Best Series
Press and Broadcasting Guild Best Factual Series
Press and Broadcasting Guild Best Presenter

Identity of the Soul
Directed by Thomas Hoegh
Arts Alliance in association with The British Film Institute
1 × 90 mins HD
A multi-screen film about the impact of personal choices on the human spirit. Based on Henrik Ibsen’s Terje Vigen and Mahmoud Darwish’s A Soldier Dreams of White Lilies, IDENTITY of the SOUL brings together poetry from the West and Middle East, emphasising our common humanity.

Angry Trader
Directed by Sam Hobkinson

War Oratorio
Directed by James Kent
Oxford Film and TV for More 4/Channel Four
1 × 90 min HD
This groundbreaking documentary filmed in three war zones combines hard-hitting documentary with the emotional power of music, to illuminate the lives of real people caught up in conflict.

Abortion: the Choice
Directed by Ursula McFarlane
Century Films for Channel Four
1 × 60 mins HD
A landmark documentary presents an uncompromising, timely and honest look at modern abortion.

Turn It Loose
Directed by Alastair Siddens
Partizan Films for Theatrical Release
1 × 90 min HD
From the backstreets of Senegal, Japan, Algeria, America, France and Brazil, TURN IT LOOSE follows the world best break dancers in pursuit of their dreams to compete in the Red Bull BC One competition in Soweto South Africa.

Top Gear: Botswana Special
Directed by James Bryce
BBC2 1 × 60 mins Digibeta
contributing cameraman
In this episode of the popular British television series Top Gear the three presenters, Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond and James May, travel to Botswana to buy a car for less than £1500, and use it to travel from the Zimbabwean border to the Namibian border, a trip of 1,000 miles.

Asda: Milk
Directed by Patrick Collerton
Yipp Films
4 × 30 sec commercials Super 16mm
contributing dp
This advertising campaign for supermarket chain ASDA sees comedian Paul Whitehouse taking the role of trainee Milk Monitor at an ASDA store in Wakefield.

Who Killed Mrs.De Ropp?
Directed by Sam Hobkinson
BBC4 1 × 30 mins Digibeta
Drama adapted from works by Edwardian short story writer Saki. This innovative drama mixes live action and animation and is both a dark social satire of Edwardian attitudes to children and a fairytale for grown-ups.

The Day India Burned: Partition
Directed by Ricardo Pollack
BBC 1 × 60 mins Digibeta
Documentary about the effects of Britain’s withdrawal from India in 1947 which triggered one of the biggest migrations in history. 15 million were displaced and more than a million lost their lives.

Who Do You Think You Are?
Directed by John Holdsworth
Wall To Wall for BBC
1 × 60 mins Digibeta
Nigella Lawson on the genealogical trail.

The Waiting Room: Jewish Day Centre
Directed by Catherine Glenny
BBC2 1 × 30 mins
LIfe in the waiting room of a Jewish Day Care Centre.

The Waiting Room: Plastic Surgery
Directed by Catherine Glenny
BBC2 1 × 30 mins
LIfe in the waiting room of a plastic surgery clinic.

The Miracles of Jesus
Directed by Anna Cox and Jean Claude Braggard
BBC 3 × 30 mins Digibeta
contributing cameraman
Drama doc shot on location in Morocco exploring the miracles of Jesus.

Mr.Lovedays Little Outing
Directed by Sam Hobkinson
BBC 1 × 30 mins Digibeta
Evelyn Waugh’s drama set in the 1930s. When Angela Moping meets Mr Loveday (Andrew Sachs) while visiting her father in County Home for Mental Defectives, she begins a campaign for his release.

Final Chance To Save Jaguars with Bill Bailey
Directed by Lucy Cooke
Tiger Aspect for Sky
1 × 60 min DigiBeta
The stand-up comic visits the Amazon to learn about the endangered jaguar, an animal shrouded in mystery and the most elusive of the big cats.

TX 2006

The Romantics: Nature, Eternity,
Directed by Sam Hobkinson
BBC2 3 × 60 mins Digibeta
Peter Ackroyd, writer, historian and presenter of The Romantics, explains how Romantic poetry brought about a revolution in ideas in the early 19th century that changed the face of the world today.

Shakespeares Happy Endings
Directed by Stephen Leslie
Produced by Ben Evans
BBC Fiction Lab 1 × 60 mins
Witty, entertaining and surprisingly informing, Shakespeare’s Happy Endings is a comedy mockumentary in the vein of BBC FOUR’s recent successful satires In the Thick of It and Curb Your Enthusiasm, written by Simon Lys, with an original score by Howard Goodall (Blackadder, TV writer-presenter).

One Life: My Life On A Post-It Note
Directed by Min Clough
BBC1 1 × 50 min Digibeta
contributing cameraman
This film follows Christine who has been diagnosed with the early onset of Alzeimers and charts her slow but dignified decline.

One Life: Titles Ident
Directed by Todd Austin
BBC1 1 × 30 secs Super 16mm
Opening title ident which preceeded with every One Life film.

TX Before 2005

55 Days:The Fall of Saigon
Directed by Ricardo Pollack
Flashback for BBC
BBC2 1 × 90 min Digibeta
The remarkable story of the dramatic events that led up to the chaotic final day itself. Based on powerful personal testimony from those who were there, this drama-documentary brings alive this resonant episode in the year of its thirtieth anniversary.

One Day at War
contributing camerman/Directer: Neil Harvey
Produced by Will Dawes
BBC1 1 × 60 min
Across the world today, millions of people are caught up in conflict. BBC filmmakers follow 16 different characters in 16 different war zones over a 24-hour period.
http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/shared/spl/hi/programmes/this_world/one_day_of_war/html/6.stm

18 With A Bullet
Directed by Ricardo Pollack
IWC Media for BBC
BBC3 3 × 60 min DSR
3 months in following daily life living with a street gang in El Salvador

Winner Golden Eagle Award
Winner Insight Award

George Best
Directed by John Alexander
1 × 60 min Digibeta

Fighting The War
Directed by Janet Harris
Produced by Neil Grant
BBC 6 × 30 min Digibeta
contributing cameraman
Fighting the War chronicles the conflict in Iraq through personal accounts of the war and unique access to British servicemen and women in theatre. Embedded with the Black Watch regiment I followed them into battle during the 2003 invasion of Iraq.

Life and Death in The War Zone
Directed by Dimitri Doganis & Callum McRae
Produced by Dimitri Doganis
for PBS NOVA
1 × 60 min Digibeta
Six weeks documenting life with a US Army mobile combat hospital deployed into Iraq during the invasion of 2003.

Imagine: The World According To Martin Parr
Directed by Rebecca Frain
BBC1 1 × 60 min Digibeta
Arts documentary following Martin Parr going about his work.

Building Britain
Directed by Jenny Dames
Oxford Film & Tv for Channel Four
1×60min Digibeta
Simon Thurley Head of English Heritage explores Britains architectural heritage

Everyman: Does Prayer Work?
Directed by Anna Cox
BBC 1 × 60 min
This film follows a three year scientific study involving 750 heart patients from throughout the USA and 26 prayer groups from throughout the world in an examination of the power of prayer.

The Worlds Most Dangerous Woman
Directed by Lucy Willis
World of Wonder for Channel Five
1 × 60 min Digibeta
A film following the story of a female serial killer at large in Florida who at the time was the wanted woman in america.

In The Wild : The White Elephants of Thailand with Meg Ryan
Directed by Nigel Cole
Tigress Productions for Channel 5
1 × 60 min Super16mm
Meg Ryan embarks on a journey to the jungle of northern Thailand in search of the rare White Elephant.

Road To Nowhere
Directed by Angela Pope
Soul Purpose for Channel Four
1 × 60 min Super 16mm
Film following the plight of refugees fleeing the war in Kosovo.

OJ Simpson: The Untold Story
Directed by Malcom Brinkworth
Touch Productions for BBC
1 × 60 min Digibeta
which sheds new light on the case of former American football star OJ Simpson.

Diana – My Sister The Princess
Directed by John Alexander
Planet Wild for BBC
1×50 min Super 16mm
Unprecedented access to the Althorpe Estate as Charles Spencer remembers his sister.

Everyman: The Power of Healing
Directed by John Alexander
BBC 1 × 60 min

Testosterone Boys
Directed by Lorraine Charker
BBC2 1 × 60 min

Jamiroquai – Home Coming
Directed by Chris Fouracre
Atit Productions for Channel Four
1 × 30 mins Digibeta JK from Jamiroquai reflects on his musical career.

Premier Passions
Directed by John Alexander
BBC2 6 × 50 min Beta SP
This 6-part fly-on-the-wall documentary charts the fortunes of Sunderland football club throughout the 1996/97 Premier League season, as the newly promoted club tries to avoid relegation. The documentary team had access to the players, fans and backroom staff at the club, giving Sunderland fans and general sport fans a fascinating insight as to how a club is ran. This series was made famous in the UK due to manager Peter Reid’s half-time swearing tirades

Lenny’s Amazon Adveture
Directed by
Produced by Clive Tulloh
BBC1 1 × 60 min BetaSP
Lenny Henry survives going alone in the Amazon.

Omnibus: The Heart and Soul of Eric Morecambe
Directed by Bill Eagles
BBC2 1 × 60 min Super 16mm
A portrait of the extraordinarily talented comic.

Real Life: My Son Murdered His Mother
Directed by John Alexander
1 × 60 min Channel Four

Faithfully Yours in My Fashion
Directed by Joanna Bailey
Cicada Films for ITV
1 × 50 min Super 16mm
Exploring unfaithfulness and open relationships.

Rush
Directed by Kate Barker
Windfall Films for Channel Four
1×50 mins . Super 16mm/DigiBeta.
contributing cameraman
A history of recreational drugs.

Equinox: The Ten Plagues of Egypt
Directed by Bill Eagles
Cafe Productions for Channel Four
1 × 60 min Super 16mm

Equinox: Cosmodrone
Directed by Dan Clifton
Ideal World for Channel Four
1 × 60 min Digibeta
Exploring the use of cold war Russian rocket engine technology being introduced into modern day US satellite rockets.

Lost
Directed by Alistair Cook & Rob Smith
Windfall Films for Channel Four
1 × 90 min DV Cam.
A unique adventure where three teams (including the cameraman) are blindfolded and dropped off near the Arctic Circle in Northern Russia. With limited resources they have to race and find their way back to London.

Georges Story
Directed by Malcom Brinkworth
Touch Productions for BBC
1 × 50 min Digibeta
A evacuee from Shanghai during WW2 returns to China to find his long lost family.

Modern Times: To The Manor Bought
Directed by John Alexander
BBC2 1 × 50 min Super 16mm
Ordinary people spend thousands on feudal titles.

Modern Times: Into The LIght
Directed by John Alexander
BBC2 1 × 50 min Beta SP
BAFTA Best Documentary

Modern Times: The Selling Game
Directed by John Alexander
BBC2 1 × 50 min Super 16mm

Modern Times: The Shrine
Directed by Richard Alwyn
BBC2 1 × 90 min Super 16mm
A film documenting the out-pouring of grief in the week following the death of Princess Diana.

Modern Times: Come On England
Directed by Richard Alwyn
BBC2 1 × 50 min Beta SP

Modern Times: Sperm Wars
Directed by Min Clough
BBC2 1 ×50 min Beta SP

Modern Times: New Beginnings
Directed by Lorraine Charker
BBC2 1 × 50 min Super16mm

Modern Times: Treasures From The Tip
Directed by Lorraine Charker
BBC2 1 × 50 min Super 16mm
Life at a british rubbish dump

Modern Times: To Russia With Love
Directed by Phil Jones
BBC2 1 × 50 min Beta SP

Modern Times: Prommers
Directed by Helen Richards
BBC2 1 × 50 min Super 16mm

Modern Times: Years Apart
Directed by Sheree Folkson
BBC 2 1 × 50 min Super 16mm

Cutting Edge: Love is Blind
Directed by Hannah Berryman
Carlton TV for Channel Four 1 × 60 min

Cutting Edge Edge: Street Patrol
Directed by Lorraine Charker
Planet Wild for Channel Four 1 × 60 min

Heart By-pass, Jonathan Meades in Birmingham
Directed by David Turnbull
BBC 1 × 50 min Super 16mm

Ruby Wax Meets…
Directed by Clive Tulloh
Line Producer Southan Morris
BBC Beta SP
Numerous episodes (30 min) Lisa Minelli, Tammy Faye Baker, Bette Midler, Tammy Wynette, Burt Lancaster, Richard Branson, Ed Bye, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Jamie Lee Curtis

Ruby Wax Meets…
Directed by Don Boyd
Line Producer Southan Morris
BBC Beta SP
Imelda Marcus

Ruby Wax Meets…
Directed by Ed Bye
camera operator
BBC OB Studio Show recorded as live from Notting Hill Coronet Theatre

Red White & True
Directed by Katie Pearson
BBC1 1 × 50mins
A documentary celebrating 125 years of the Red Cross.

Great Ormond Street Hospital
BBC1 2 × 40 mins
Directed by Katie Pearson
A two part series following the life of the worlds most famous childrens hospital.

Way Out West with Richard Wilson
Directed by Christine Hall
BBC 1 × 60 min Digibeta
Richard Wilson spends time on a working ranch in Montana.

25 Miles from Picadilly
Directed by John Alexander
Wild & Fresh Productions for ITV
6 × 30 min Beta SP

Councillor Beacon and the Battle for Milwall
Directed by Josh Halil and Eric Harwood
Wild and Fresh Productions for ITV
1 × 30 min Beta SP

The Next Big Thing?
Directed by Josh Halil and Eric Harwood
Wild & Fresh Productions for Channel Four
12 × 30 min BetaSP.

Let There Be Love
Directed by Bill Eagles
BBC2 1 × 60 min BetaSp
True confessions of comedy double acts.

Summer on the Estate
Directed by Josh Halil and Eric Harwood
Wild and Fresh Productions for Channel Four
6 × 30 mins BetaSP
contributing camerman
Six part documentary following the lives of tenants on the Kingland estate in Hackney, North London through Summer 1990

Rough Guide to the World: Guatemala and Belize
Directed by Sheree Folkson
BBC 1 × 50 min BetaSp
Hip youth culture travel show presented by Magenta Divine and Rajan Datar

Rough Guide To The World: Russia
Directed by Hamish Hamilton
BBC 1 × 50 min Betasp
Hip youth culture travel show presented by Magenta Divine and Simon O’Brien

Rough Guide To The World: Isreal
Directed by Alan Brown
BBC 1 × 50 min Betasp
Hip youth culture travel show presented by Magenta Divine and Simon O’Brien

Lonely Planet: Botswana,Namibia & Zambia/ Sri Lanka and The Maldives / Isreal and The Sinai/ Western India
Directed by various
Pilot Productions for Channel Four
4 × 30 min Beta Sp
Hip youth culture travel series for Channel Four.