20 May 2015


Here's the latest promo I made for Sugar & Vice, filmed one sunny weekend in London. It was a good excuse to test out the slomo capabilites of my GH4, which I really love. 4K and HD 96fps slomo all in one tiny camera.

There's loads more great jewellery on the S&V website so check it all out right here:

10 April 2015


In anticipation of Mad Max: Fury Road being released I edited together this retro mashup of all the Mad Max films. I hope you enjoy it, and make sure you go see Fury Road when it's released. "He lives now only in my memories."


2 March 2015


Here's a short promo I made for the latest jewellery collection from Sugar & Vice, called The Afternoon Tea Collection. After filming I promptly devoured all the props, if only all projects involved cakes and biscuits.

Being as this is such a short video I decided to use it as an opportunity to play around with the 4K on my GH4. The level of detail in the footage is pretty insane, especially when you consider the GH4 is generally classed as a 'prosumer' camera and records straight onto SD cards internally. I wouldn't shoot everything in 4K but I think for smaller projects and anything that requires post-stabilisation it could be really useful.

There's much more jewellery in the Afternoon Tea Collection than I could fit into the promo so check it out here: www.sugarandvicedesigns.com/collections/the-afternoon-tea-collection

17 February 2015


Over the last few months I've been documenting the making of Claire Jones' latest album. Claire is a really talented harpist and was Official Royal Harpist for several years.

I filmed behind the scenes of the album being recorded at St Augustine's Church in Kilburn, which is really stunning inside and sounds great with a full orchestra playing. I also got to climb a mountain in Pembrokeshire and film some really incredible scenery in the Preseli Hills, which was a stark reminder of just how unfit I am.

Check out the promo below and learn more about Claire Jones here: www.clairejones.co.uk

12 February 2015


Here's a promo I made for ThinkFun, a great company that make "addictively fun games that sharpen your mind." It's all about their latest product called Compose Yourself, which enables everyone to be a composer within minutes.

The highlights of this project were filming a full orchestra playing in Abbey Road Studios, and interviewing world famous percussionist Evelyn Glennie. Big thanks to Helen Miles for her audio work.

Check out the promo below and learn more about Compose Yourself here: www.thinkfun.com/composeyourself