FilmI started working as a photography assistant in London in 1990 and then quickly swithced to TV work.
Throughout the 90's I worked as a TV cameraman, including a stint in the former Yugoslavia as a cameraman for UNTV where I shot 20+ documentary films which were broadcast on international networks like BBC and CNN.
My most recent film Death of the Nile? about the effects of climate change on the Nile Basin. I was awarded a Trael Bursary from the Commonwealth Broadcasting Association to help produce the film.
The film is currently screening on the Guardian website and can been seen here. The film has also been screened by NHK Japan and is being distributed by Journeyman Films.
Previous film projects include Money into Water, SecureWater and Montserrat on the Move.
OrderingYou can order copies of any of my films through UK film production company Wild Dog for just £9.99.
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