My background as BBC News editor means that my corporate videos are broadcast quality.
My style is to keep production small, usually just myself with a couple of camcorders,
one on a tripod and one in my hand. I’m interested in capturing the personality of
the organisation and the people who run it; I’m interested in telling the story.
Mile End Wall is the largest climbing wall complex in the country. In this film I’ve
tried to capture the lively atmosphere of the club rather than simply showing the
The annual You Decide event is an opportunity for residents of Tower Hamlets to vote
for the council services they most want, using “Who Wants to be a Millionaire” style
The London Life Drawing Society meet in public bars around Soho and Shoreditch and
practice their art. This film was a spontaneous capture of the moment and has brought
them a considerable increase in membership. I wonder why?
These kids who live above a shop in Calvert Avenue talk about the noise of teenagers
at night. This was part of a project by the council that aimed to get residents involved
in the running of the Boundary Estate.
As part of the council's engage with the Boundary Estate, residents gave their views
at this meeting in St Hilda's Community Centre. Youngsters were attracted along by
the promise of a raffle for a free pair of trainers.