Over the last 25 years I’ve worked for pretty much every broadcaster in the UK, and many international clients too. A full credit list would be too long and boring, so here are the highlights, either because they’re high profile projects, or projects I particularly enjoyed working on

Back In Time For The Corner Shop, 6 x 60 minutes, Wall To Wall for BBC2

Miriam’s Big Fat Adventure, 2 x 60 minute, Wild Pictures for BBC2

Champagne with Joanna Lumley and Jennifer Saunders, 1 x 60 minute, BBC

Wild Bill, ITV Drama – Splinter unit.

Miriam’s Dead Good Adventure, 2 x 60 minute, Wild Pictures for BBC2

Grand Designs, Boundless for Channel 4

The Secret Life of the Cruise, 1 x 90 minute, Channel 5

Celebrity Ghost Hunt, 10 x 60 minute, Channel 5

Walking Britains Lost Railways, 1 x 60 minute, Channel 5,

Miriam’s Big American Adventure, 3 x 60 minute, BBC1

How to Stay Young studio shoot, BBC1

Elbow, Live at Blueprint Studios

Exposure – Hillsborough, 1 x 60 minute ITV1

Life in Polar Bear Town, 1 x 60 minute – BBC2

Arctic Live, 3 x 60 minute live shows BBC1

Used Car Wars – Dave, 10 x 30 minute shows to air early 2017

Britain on the make – BBC4

Brief Encounters – ITV1

The Avant Gardener – Channel 4

Ross Kemp’s Britain – Sky One

Four in a bed – Channel 4

Supercar Megabuild – Discovery

Louis Theroux, various BBC projects from Weird Weekends, through Louis Meets, to Law and Disorder

Ross Kemps Extreme World – Sky One

Panorama (too many films to list, but I’ve been working on the show for what seems like 50 years) – BBC

Justin Lee Collins, many projects, including a six part series for Sky One, and several shows for Channel 5, we travelled the world, from  Andorra to Japan.

John and Simons Gaucho Adventure – BBC

Wild In The Danger Zone – Chernobyl – Discovery

The History Of The Nation Of Israel – BBC

London Olympics 2012 – NBC

Made Of Stone, Shane Meadows’ iconic film about The Stone Roses.

This is England ’90 – Channel 4

I’ve held a Hostile Environments and Battlefield first aid certificate since 2001 and have worked extensively in war zones, I’ve spent months in Afghanistan, everywhere from Kabul to  Helmand. The Hostile Environments training isn’t just useful for war zones though, I’ve travelled a lot in Africa, Asia, South America and the Middle East, and sailing down the Amazon can be as dangerous as patrolling for IEDS in Afghanistans Sangin Valley


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