My passion for Cinematography started in my teens when I was given a clockwork 16mm camera and started making my own films. At 21, I was very fortunate to be accepted by the BBC on their prestigious camera trainee programme based at Ealing Film Studios.
Rising through the ranks of the Camera Dept, I gained a vast amount of experience on everything from Documentaries to Music and Arts, Comedy and Drama.
My first break as Director of Photography came in 1990 when I was asked to shoot 'Close Relations', a film directed by Adrian Shergold and produced by Ruth Caleb for BBC2 and during the following years I shot a number of award winning Films, Mini Series and Documentaries. In 1998 I decided to leave the BBC and go freelance. Since then I have Photographed many Features and TV productions on both Film and Digital formats.
Member of the BSC
Member of the BSC Board of Governors