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Featured in The Times & Summer Update

I photographed Jim White and Kevin Moore earlier this week at the National Football Museum. My photo was featured in today’s electronic and print editions of The Times. You can catch video from the event here: http://www.teamtalk.com/video/18112/8832490/Jim-White-s-Deadline-Day-tie

Photography-wise, I’ve been kept busy over the last few months with unit work for Sky 1’s upcoming The Town That Danced Again, My Kitchen Rules for Sky Living, the third series of The Four O’Clock Club for CBBC and publicity photography for Cineflix, Channel 4 and CBeebies. I’ve also been doing work for Sky’s Rainforest Rescue Challenge and its Living for Sport schools campaign.

Busily working on my screenwriting and enjoying the summer sun (hope you are too).

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Featured in Broadcast magazine

The Easter break was ace. Eleven days holiday, it was immense. During that time, aside from lazing and lounging (deservedly I would argue),  I photographed for a follow-on documentary series tentatively titled Small Teen Bigger World – the follow up to last year’s highly lauded Small Teen Big World documentary. The new series will air in the summer. Several days after photographing for the aforementioned, Cat Lewis, managing director and executive producer at Nine Lives Media, the company behind the documentaries, asked if I would photograph herself, the producer of the documentaries, Kerry Brierley, and the documentaries’ editor, Kate Deadman, in their edit suite to provide an illustrative example of women in the work place after pregnancy for a Broadcast article. Below is that article along with my edit suite photo & one of my photos from Small Teen Big World.

Very happy, very made up and very proud to see my work in print.

Big thank you to Cat, Kerry & Kate and everyone at Nine Lives Media. Small Teen Bigger World (working title) will be coming to BBC3 in the summer.


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