I have been involved in broadcast television and video production since 1986, and during that time I have worked on many and varied projects for broadcast, the internet, corporate and general public consumption and for my own enjoyment. Currently my regular 'day job' is working as a Camera Supervisor and lighting cameraman for QVC but I also continue to do a good deal of freelance work within the broadcast and corporate video production industries.
In the past I have worked for and contributed to programmes for independent producers and for high profile clients such as the BBC, ITV, London Weekend Television, Sky Television, LBC radio, New England Patriots TV (CBS affiliate), the London Fire Brigade, Intel, Kimberley-Clark and GlaxoSmithKline amongst others.
Some of the more memorable jobs have included the London 2012 Olympic Bid Celebrations in Trafalgar Square; 'Run The World' event for Nike at Wembley Stadium; traditional Japanese Kabuki theatre at the Sadler's Wells Theatre, London; numerous other multi-camera jobs including International Women's Handball at the Crystal Palace National Sports Centre and many web broadcasts for the European Food Safety Authority in Italy, Romania, France, Greece, Spain and Portugal and the Intel Solutions Summit in Barcelona in April 2011, and single camera shoots all over the UK and as far afield as Italy and South Africa.
Recent memorable projects have included the live debate between Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and UKIP leader Nigel Farage which was broadcast live simultaneously on LBC radio and Sky News.