Promotional highlights film for Liverpool v Everton Legends golf day, organised by 5times events company. Featuring Jamie Redknapp, Paul Ince, Harry Kewell, and Robbie Fowler. Filmed on FS7. Role: Director of Photography, Director, Editor
Funky aspect ratios, talcum powder, and Northern Soul. Hold on tight, things are getting started! See the comeback music video production for Sheffield band Milburn. Produced by Cosmic Joke and filmed entirely on FS7 with Ronin support. Role: Director of Photography
Owls in the Park is annual gathering of Sheffield Wednesday supporters. Filmed on FS7, this promo was created to encourage engagement and prepare fans for the new season. Role: DP, Editor
The Fighter is a sports profile commissioned by Chesterfield Muay Thai. It follows professional fighter Neil Maltby, uncovering his passion for Muay Thai and the challenges it creates. Role: Director/Producer/Operator
Follow metalcore band While She Sleeps through 2015. Ending on a homecoming gig at the Leadmill, Sheffield. Production Company: Get Deluxe Films Role: Operator on IV’s.
Twelve hours to cover 130 miles across some of the most gruelling terrain in the world. This is the Coast to Coast Tandem Challenge.
What a trip it was! Reykjavik is an amazing city with fantastic scenery, nightlife and (above all) photo opps! All photos taken on my trusty Nikon D7000 with Zeiss 50mm ZF2 Makro lens. Scroll through the gallery above for a snapshot of Reykjavik life.
In case you didn’t realise, I’m a huge fan of Muay Thai, known as Thai Kickboxing to most Westerners. This is the result of work spanning over 3 months! Filmed entirely on the Sony FS700, using primarily Zeiss and G Series glass. This is Wicker Camp – I hope you enjoy…
Muay Thai seems to be a recurring theme in recent blog posts. And whilst I continue to work on the documentary-short for the infamous Wicker Camp, there’s been very little time to take on new projects. Two weeks ago, I finally got some downtime and managed to gather a small crew for some shooting fun at a local…
Today I decided to take the FS700 on one of our many routes through the Peak District. Taking the tripod was out of the question – so I opted for 200fps on the 35mm 1.4 Sony G-Series lens. Charlie turned out to be pretty easy to direct (when he wasn’t rolling in bad things) and actually…