I am a freelance science documentary filmmaker and audio producer with more than a decade of experience working for clients such as London Natural History Museum, BBC Radio 4 and WS, BBC Studios, New Scientist, Imperial College, Nature Journal, New Scientist and others. I have a wealth of experience producing content tailored to a range of audiences- from the general public to more specialised academic and policy audiences.
I have made documentary films for the past 14 years.
I am accomplished with camera work, lighting, sound and editing and I also work with a network of excellent collaborators in sound, animation and colour grading. Check out my most recent film projects.
Workshops and Training
I have a series of workshops and lectures around the themes of science communication, podcast production, film production and more.
I provide tailored consultancy to researchers and institutions aimed at maximising their outreach to various audiences. Get in touch if you'd like to have a chat about what I could help you with.
I have been an avid photographer since I was 12 years old. Today, I am an events and portrait photographer, as well as marketing imagery for institutional brochures and websites. Browse my photo portfolio.
I am an accomplished radio and podcast producer and presenter, winning the AAAS Kavli Gold Prize for presenting ‘A Sense of Time’, producing BBC Earth podcast, and creating hundreds of features for weekly science shows.
I also work with institutions to train up their staff to produce podcasts in-house. Have a listen to some of the pieces I've worked on.