Directing isn’t a standalone skill. Mine is the culmination of my cinematography, my editing, and the one thing that can’t be taught – an eye for stylised images.
My professionalism with the world’s biggest names and brands informs every creative decision I make from behind the lens. With an eye for the entire process, from conception to post-production, we’ll turn your next idea into an end product that’s more than the sum of its parts.
I’ve created visual content for Rimmel London, Ford, Camus, Ferrero, Coca Cola and many more.
“I recently finished directing an extract of a feature film called “The Winchester Geese”, dealing with self harm and abuse, and ultimately posing a key question – can we transcend abuse, or does it forever define us?
If there’s anyone who can make a Rug Doctor sexy, it’s my long-term collaborator, friend (and, as it happens, popular sex columnist) Millicent Binks.
In this pulse-quickening short for the Rug Doctor’s Valentine’s Day-themed social media campaign – we have fun playing with the notion that housework has to be boring. Drenched in the lush, crimson tones of love, watch the video for a fresh take on carpet cleaning that leaves little to the imagination...
I don’t know if variety is the spice of life, but it’s certainly that way with music videos.
From directing a full debut album set for newly EMI-signed York rockers Bull, to shooting over 200 videos for the likes of Motorhead, DJ Sash, Visage, Tricky, Hybrid, and Manic Street Preachers, my work has bridged genres and generations.
For me, it’s about finding new ways to create compelling images, bringing music to life with impactful visual narratives. But it’s also about bringing classic songs – the ‘golden oldies’ – to a new era of 21st century listeners, with operatic reimaginings of A Flock of Seagulls’ “Space Age Love Song”, Wang Chung’s “Dance Hall Days”, and Cutting Crew’s “(I Just) Died In Your Arms” putting fresh spins on iconic 80s tunes.
Oh! I just died in your arms tonight…
34 years after the release of Cutting Crew’s smash hit, the song’s catchy hook and immersive sound still reverberate through the soundscape of popular culture. Here, the band teams up with the Prague Philharmonic Orchestra to recapture the chart-topping spark of the original. The result – which has picked up over 4.1 million views on YouTube since its March 2020 release – is incredible.