At the centre of my work are people’s stories. Through them we understand the world a little better. Getting an insight into people’s lives can shape and shift our perceptions of the world. Stories can break down barriers, teach lessons, and offer inspiration.
I am always working on a number of projects. Over the past 5 years with "Alison Palmer":http://www.alisonpalmer.com I have created series of portraits of the England Women’s Football Team entitled ‘The Footballers’. It tells the story of the incredible & pioneering women who have changed and inspired the face of Women’s sport in the UK.
I am also editing a series of people’s stories from Myanmar; it is a first persons insight into the country tentatively shifting towards democracy.
This year I started shooting a documentary film about Child Soldiers in Africa with director Jean-Philippe Tremblay and "DocFactory":http://www.docfactory.org.
I like to balance my independent projects with commissions from international charities and NGOs. I recently provided "Coaching for Hope":http://www.coachingforhope.org/ with a short film and series of portraits telling intimate stories of the powerful work they do all over the world.
I consider my self incredibly lucky to be following my passion and allowing my camera to take me to meet such diverse people, places, and worlds.