My documentary work covers a wide range of topics including sensitive subjects such as holocaust survivors, victims of racism, troubled teenagers and most notably a paedophile and abused children.
A quick snapshot of the talking heads I shot for this Channel 4 documentary. The programme describes how Easy Company were trapped in the village of Musa Qula in Afghanistan for nearly two months with minimal rations under almost constant fire.
Holocaust survivor Eva Kor took the brave decision to forgive the Nazis and in doing so has outraged many of her fellow survivors.
Filmed in the US, UK and mainland Europe over two months.
"The Paedophile Next Door" was one the most challenging and high profile documentaries I have worked on. The film focused on Eddie revealing that he is a paedophile. In order to build up trust, the producers and I spent time with him before filming started. Even then because issues of trust and safety, a number of compromises had to be made and conditions met before we could film the main interview.
I am very proud of my involvement in this film and it is times like this where I believe it is more important to be a part of the team than simply individual doing a specific job.
Britains Greatest Generation was a series of four programmes focussing on the lives of people born between 1920 and 1940 some of whom served in WWII and then helped rebuild Britain.
It was a privilege to be part of the camera team that helped make this programme and to hear the stories first hand.