Writer/Director: 'Tomoko', a unique solution to homelessness. Short film based on a true story from Japan, starring Dai Tabuchi (Bond 24 - Spectre) and Masayo Aizawa, produced by Finite Films. Selected to screen on trend-setting website Nowness and at film festivals in UK, Singapore and Tokyo (May '16).
Writer: ‘A Better You’ self-improvement through genetic manipulation. Feature length, low budget sci-fi screenplay optioned by producers James Cotton (Powder Room) and Daphnee Hocquard 2015 (option now available again).
Director: 'Killer Instinct with Chris Hansen' 2 x episodes for Investigation Discovery. Experienced NBC crime correspondent Hansen investigates how US murder cases were solved, using drama reconstructions (ITN Productions, Feb 2017 – July 2017).
- 'Murder in Boulder'
- 'Deadly Obsessive Compulsive' (chosen as Series Opener)
Director: ‘Untitled Gerald Blanchard Project’ optioned the rights to the life story of this international thief with Warner Bros TV UK (in development).
Director: 'Lawless Oceans' an epic, 6-part investigative series for National Geographic Channel in which a maritime P.I. solves a notorious murder case on the high seas. (Wall to Wall, April – Dec 2016)
Series Director: ‘Inside the World’s Toughest Prisons’ for Channel 5. Reporter Paul Connolly visits lock-ups in Honduras and Poland (Emporium Productions [a new company within Hat Trick] Sept – Dec ’15). Pick of the Day/Week in 6 UK National Newspapers.
Edit Producer for National Geographic (Wall to Wall, Feb - Aug ’15)
- ‘Pirates’ for Underworld Inc. Oil tanker hijackers.
- ‘Euro Coke’ for Drugs Inc. Cocaine traffickers from Peru to Europe
Shooting Producer/Director: Drugs Inc. for National Geographic. (Wall to Wall July ’13 – Feb ’15)
- ‘X-Rated High’ - coke and meth use on set in the LA porn industry. Highest rated Drugs Inc. premier of all time.
- ‘Flesh-Eating Krokodil’ - the supply chain of the new killer drug from Siberia. Submitted into 2016 Emmys.
- ‘New Year’s Eve, NYC’ - 24 hrs with NYC drug dealers and cops on the busiest night of the year.
- ‘Cokeland’ - gangsters battle to control the drug supply in Oakland, California. Highest consolidated 'Drugs Inc.' ratings ever, at time of broadcast.
Shooting Producer/Director: ‘Mega Field Iraq’ for Discovery Channel Russia. Life and work on board Russian oil rigs in Iraq. (If Not Us Films, Oct ‘12 – June ‘13)
Shooting Director: ‘The Lost World of The Seventies’ for BBC TWO. Archive based biog film, reported by Michael Cockerell (Jan – March ‘12).
Shooting Producer/Director: ‘The Nobel Peace Prize, 2011’ for for BBC World/PBS. A profile film on the three female Laureates (Blakeway, Oct - Nov ‘11).
Shooting Producer/Director: ‘Goldrush’, Series 2 for Discovery Channel. Variety Magazine: ‘The #1 show on TV’ (Raw TV, May – Sept ‘11).
Shooting Director: ‘Inside the Muslim Brotherhood’ for National Geographic. Egypt, post-revolution (Fulcrum TV, Feb - March ‘11).
Shooting Director: Dispatches: ‘Tabloids’ Dirty Secrets’ for Channel 4. Alex Thomson reports on the News of The World (Blakeway, Jan–Feb ‘11).
Shooting Director: ‘Save My Holiday’ for BBC ONE. Consumer journalism from European holiday resorts (Diverse TV, August ‘10).
Co-Producer: ‘Racist Resurgence’ for Ch4 News. Story on the EDL (June ‘10)
Shooting Producer/Director/Editor: ‘New Orleans looks to Obama’ for More4 News reported by Keme Nzerem. (Jan ‘09)
Shooting Director: ‘Jack: A Soldier’s Story’ for BBC (Jan - Feb ’08).
Cameraman: Nigerian Presidential Elections for BBC NEWS (March - May '07).
Video Journalist: Agence France Presse TV, (Oct ’07 – Jan ‘08).
Shooting Director: 'Wildcatters' for Discovery Channel. Following the adventures of amateur oil explorers (Mentorn, May - June ‘07).
Shooting Director: ‘Millionaires’ Mission' for Channel 4. 8 successful British entrepreneurs attempt business projects in Uganda (Silver River, Jan - Feb ‘07).
Shooting Director: 'Oil, Sweat & Rigs' (Series 1 & 2) for Discovery Channel. Ob doc on oil rigs in the Gulf of Mexico (Mentorn, August ‘05 - March ‘06).
Assistant Producer: ‘Detention Undercover’ for BBC ONE. This investigation triggered a UK government inquiry into detention centers, won RTS Award (2004)
Assistant Producer: ‘Fergie and Son’ for BBC THREE reporter Alex Millar won RTS award for this investigation into Manchester Utd plc. (2004)
Researcher: BBC Current Affairs: Panorama, Kenyon Confronts, etc. (2001-2004)
NFTS 'Directing the Drama' Course 2008.
Central St Martin's Acting Courses (Regular and Method Acting)
Directors' Guild: 'Directing Actors' Course
2:1 BSc hons. Degree in Human Biology.
BBC Hostile Environments training, 2014
BBC Cameraman lighting & safety course certificate
BBC Ed. Policy/Safeguarding Trust/Legal courses completed.
Green Card eligible
US I-visa valid 2022