About Me
I am a friendly, ​​dedicated and enthusiastic Cameraman with over 20 years experience in the television industry.

I started out in 1998 as a trainee clapper loader on a film drama for ITV, directed by BAFTA award winner Peter Kosminsky.  Following that, I quickly rose through the ranks of camera assistant and camera trainee before becoming a permanent and valued member of the studio and PSC camera team at ITV studios in Southampton as a Cameraman and Jimmy Jib operator.  

In 2003, I went freelance.  I've since been fortunate enough to work along side some of the most skilled and talented people in the industry on a huge variety of productions.
I am very passionate about every job I do and will always go that extra mile to ensure the job is done properly.  
I have gained industry recognition for my work in the form of two Royal Television Society awards for Best Camerawork (2014 & 2017).  Two productions I work on regularly won BAFTA's in 2018.

Outside of work, I have a strong passion for aviation.  I gained my Private Pilots Licence in 2006 and go flying as often as time and money allows.  I'm also a key member of my local flying club, organising and running all of their flyouts and club trips.