Director of Photography
James Cameron's Expedition: Bismarck
Directors: James Cameron, Gary Johnstone
Great Wight Production for Discovery Channel
A Discovery Channel flagship production, the film follows the legendary Cameron on an expedition to dive down to the wreck of the Bismarck 3 miles below the surface of the North Atlantic. I shot all life aboard the ship for 3 1/2 weeks in a hand-held observational style.
Non-Fiction Cinematography Emmy nomination for Neve Cunningham.
One Day in September
Director : Kevin MacDonald
Passion Pictures for BBC and Theatrical release
The story of the terrorist siege at the Munich ’72 Olympics brought to life through interviews with the key players and stylized reconstructions. Filmed in London and Munich. 16mm and 35mm film.
Oscar winner 2001 – Best Documentary Feature.
Woody Allen: a documentary
Director : Robert B. Weide
Whyaduck Productions for Cinema and DVD
For the first time ever Woody Allen lets cameras film him at work on set. I was the cameraman selected to capture this creative process on location in London for the filming of 'You Will Meet a Tall Dark Stranger'. Directed by Robert W. Weide, Oscar nominated director of 'Curb Your Enthusiasm'.
Banged Up Abroad / Locked Up Abroad
Directors : Kim Flitcroft, David Bartlett, Paul Berczeller, Russel Eatough, Stephen Kemp, Katinka Newman, Justin Hardy
Raw TV for National Geographic and Channel 5
10 x 60'
Allegedly Martin Scorsese's favourite TV series, the stories of those who've ended up in jail abroad, usually after trying to smuggle drugs. Fast-paced, highly stylized reconstructions shot in locations around the world. High contrast lighting and dynamic hand-held camerawork interwoven with in-depth interviews.
Lost Treasures of Afghanistan
Director : James Barratt
National Geographic Television - Specials
A group of men risk their lives to save Afghanistan’s cultural and archaeological heritage. And, the search is on for a third giant Buddha buried under the ground at Bamiyan, very near to where the two giant Buddha's were destroyed by the Taliban.
Welcome to Murdertown
Directors : Tom Pollock, Alex Lacey, Fergus Colville
BriteSpark Films for Investigation Discovery
6 x 60'
A clutch of baffling murders in small town America are revisited. First hand testimony from friends, relatives, police and legal teams is mixed with cinematic dramatic reconstructions. Shot in the USA and South Africa.
Web of Lies
Director : Tom Pollock
Blast ! Films for Investigation Discovery
Tragic stories of young people falling victim to online and social media predators. Re-enactments are mixed with insight from the police, true-crime experts and psychologists, plus first-person accounts from friends and families of the victims. Shot in the USA and Canada.
Should I Test My Genes
Director : Adam Wishart
A sensitive and intelligent study of the desperate situations faced by those people who discover that they have inherited certain diseases through their genes. Interviews and observation directed by Grierson Award winning director, Adam Wishart.
Warrior Graveyard - Samurai
Director : David Howard
October Films for Channel 4
A forensic archaeologist studies the injuries on Samurai bones discovered at the site of an ancient battle and suggests how they met their end. 'Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon' style recreations using wires in a large studio set, battle sequences involving multiple stuntmen, many horses and a big dollop of CGI and green screen.
Director : Tim Usborne
Boundless for Discovery Channels
4 x 60'
Bizarre incidents and odd inventions are explored in this visually striking series shot with Shift / Tilt, Lensbaby and Ultra Fisheye lenses. From Opals in Coober Pedy, Australia to the Demilitarized zone between North and South Korea to Bananas in Iceland.
The Sex Researchers
Director : Stephen Kemp
Wag TV for Channel 4
3 x 60'
A three part series looking at past and present research into human sexual behaviour. Interviews, observational documentary and dramatic reconstructions.
King Tut's Final Secrets
Drector: Brando Quilici
BQ Productions for National Geographic
Tutankhamun's mummy is taken out of his tomb in the middle of the night and put into a CT scanner to try and determine once and for all how he died. We filmed the whole of this process for a National Geographic Special which went on to make news headlines around the world.
Left for Dead
Director : Kim Flitcroft
BriteSpark Films for Channel 5
2 x 60'
Two films that re-examine the crimes of the Moors Murderers and Levi Bellfield. These stories are retold using the testimony of close friends and relatives of the victims, as well as those who had lucky escapes.
Directors : Tim Conrad, Tom Pollock, Crispin Reece, Paul Kilback
BriteSpark Films for Discovery Channels
8 x 60'
A series which exposes the secrets of charming beaus who turned into cunning killers. Each episode features one story interlaced with commentary from the police involved with the case, the prosecution and defence, as well as first-person accounts from friends and families of the victims.