I'm a freelance outdoor filmmaker and photographer based in the UK, specialising in adventure sports and expeditions and environmental stories.

I bought my first 'proper camera' in 2016 as I wanted to document a three week climbing trip to Australia. I captured what would become 'The Pommish Invasion' film and inspired by a friend's film, 'Ski Lakes', I submitted it to Kendal Mountain Festival, and much to my surprise it was selected! In the Following months it was selected for three more international festivals. I had found my calling. 

I now work on documentary and short films, and hold a commercial drone licence. I love to share real adventure stories about real people, the kind we can all really connect with. I also work with brands such as Global Cycling Network, Berghaus, Rock and Run and Not the Safe Route. 

There is nothing I love more than flying my drone, hanging around on a rope or racing around on the back of a motorbike in order capture engaging and authentic imagery. Once more I strive to capture and create meaningful content both for both my documentary and commercial work that will have a positive impact on the world around us. 

Awards and Publications:

  • National Geographic Traveller UK 2021 - Category Runner Up
  • Kendal Mountain Festival 2019 - Photo Competition Finalist
  • Wild Film Festival 2019 - Category Runner Up
  • Marmot Photography Awards 2018 - Category Winner
  • Cradle Mountain Film Fest, Australia 2017 - Competition Winner
  • Vancouver International Film Festival 2017 - Selection
  • GOATFEST, Arapiles, Australia 2017 - Selection
  • Kendal Mountain Film Festival 2016 - Selection
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