As part of my ongoing collaboration with the Mistresses of Tease-wear: Holloway Smith Noir, I have spent the last month shooting and editing together online video content of their beautiful new GIGI NOIR range designed for ASOS. AND THERE’S MORE! In addition to the range, the girls and I have been producing a VLOG for the launch of their social and sexual responsibility campaign Ladies Come First.
I’m really excited about this collaboration, and we’re aiming to make this a worldwide campaign.
It’s been a really amazing 48 hours prepping and 1st AD’ing on Technology & Teamwork’s first music video. Technology and Teamwork are made up of Anthony Sylvester (XX Teens) and Sarah Jones (Hot Chip). A really inspiring and lovely day.
Sometimes it’s those little side projects that really ignite your creativity. I’ve been filming a lot with the luxury tease wear brand Holloway Smith Noir this month. Our creative collaborations are hopefully set to continue. Here’s a sneak preview of an online film I’ve been making for them.
I’ve just begun work as the Shooting Producer on a really exciting documentary 2-parter for BBC3. Working closely with Producer/Director Michael Ogden we will be following the beautiful and fascinating world of our body’s life after death….
Last Night I joined Gareth Malone and the rest of the Twenty Twenty production team to watch the first episode of this wonderful series. 2.6 million viewers is not too shabby at all, and it was lovely to see the first fruits of our labour. Keep an eye out for my choir in episode 3….
ROLL UP ROLL UP!! I’ve run away to the circus in California for a month - But I will be back and ready for action as of Tuesday 2nd October. If you’d like to chat to me about work I am contactable on email: email@example.com
How To Find Love Online is a documentary series presented by Dawn O’porter for Channel 4’s upcoming Mating Season.
As DV Director I followed a handful of lovely first time online daters for 2 months as they went on their quest to find something meaningful in a digital world…..it was genuinely a fascinating and heartwarming experience.