I’ve got a strong background in video journalism, especially for online, and currently work freelance for London Live, the i Paper, Metro.co.uk and various other outlets.
As well as this, I also create and produce video documentaries and social clips as part of my full-time role at RightsInfo.
At London Live I craft self-shot packages for both TV and online – self-shooting, interviewing and editing pieces from idea to the finished product. I’m also a freelancer at the i Paper where I produce original explainer social videos to accompany stories, as well as source social video at Metro.co.uk.
Previously I worked full-time for politics.co.uk as a self-shooting video journalist. From the mayoral elections to sex workers, I specialised in cutting through the spin to find the people at the heart of policies.
Prior to this I worked at local Kent TV station, KMTV. I self-shot daily packages on everything from politics to record breaking hammer-throwers, as well as working on playout, vision mixing and audio in the gallery.
If you’d prefer to see for yourself what I’ve been getting up to, take a look at my showreel below, or click on one of my positions to find out more.
November 2015 – June 2016 As a full-time reporter at politics.co.uk I am responsible for both developing high-quality editorial video for the site, as well as assisting on commercial projects.
October 2014 – November 2015: One of two reporters for Kent-wide TV station KMTV, covering a range of breaking and original stories for TV. Alongside gathering and producing video content I also assisted with radio interviews and online articles.
August 2013 – October 2014: Undertook a selection of paid commissions from businesses across the South of England to produce a number of promotional videos.
Summer 2012: Winner of the 2012 Bob Friend Sky News Scholarship for academic and professional merit in journalism, I was awarded prize money to cover my university tuition fees and a four week internship at Sky News.
Occasional Projects 2009 – 2014: Assisting as an on-screen interviewer and researcher on a project-by-project basis with Broadcast3D.TV. Interviewees included Martin Bell, Arthur Brown and Richard Hansom.