Trilogy of Films with Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott

Trilogy of Films with Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott

In 2015, Paul Heaton and Jacqui Abbott started to create a new album, the follow-up to the 2014 success “What Have We Become”. As part of the publicity for the album, I was asked to make a trilogy of promo films that documented different stages of the creative process, starting in the first week of rehearsals, and following Paul and the band all the...

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Showreel

Showreel

This showreel tries to cover the wide range of work that I have done in the past, so there’s clips on here from television work, online films, documentaries, my work with Hope not hate, some music bits and a corporate job. If you’d like to see specific examples of my work that you don’t see here or elsewhere on the site, get in touch and...

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3 points of contact

3 points of contact

This film was made to promote the sport of rock climbing to people with disabilities. Inspired by a young lady born with one arm, who is now a European champion climber, the film is designed to inspire and motivate people to get along to a local climbing wall and give it a go.

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Shipwrecked – Battle of the Islands (Channel Four)

Shipwrecked – Battle of the Islands (Channel Four)

The original island-based reality show and T4’s flagship series, returning in a primetime slot and attracting huge ratings along with headline-grabbing controversy! I was a location P/D responsible for telling the stories of romance, argument and subterfuge on Shark and Tiger Islands as they won hearts and killed chickens to try and win the weekly new...

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Rail Cops (BBC1)

Rail Cops (BBC1)

I spent 6 months following British Transport Police officers as they dealt with assaults, suicides, football hooligans and lost luggage! The unpredictable and fast-moving nature of the work called for responsiveness to situations that were sometimes volatile and often sensitive. In addition to a strong instinct for stories, I needed an approach that did not...

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Imagine Waking Tomorrow

Imagine Waking Tomorrow

The title Imagine Waking Tomorrow¬† is taken from the phrase ‘Imagine Waking Tomorrow and all music has disappeared’ – words that Bill Drummond has graffiti’d on bridges around the world. This film explores Bill’s fascination with sounds, the music of everyday life, bridges and more. To read more about this film, click...

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