For over 10 years, I've been working collaboratively with charities, purpose-driven brands and creative agencies to produce films that drive impact, raise awareness and engage audiences.

Below are just a few examples, but to see more, please go to my LinkedIn page here.

Across The Tracks – WaterAid 

As the Clean India campaign gets underway, with its ambitious target of a toilet for every household by 2019, WaterAid explores how something as simple as a toilet can help transform lives by following the story of one ambitious mother in Uttar Pradesh. Radha Verma, determined to protect her daughter after she narrowly escapes a physical attack, builds one of the first toilets in Rakhi Mandi slum, home to 3,500 people. 

The film was made into a 20 minute documentary broadcast in India, a 10 minute documentary for film festivals and a 5 minute documentary for The Guardian. The film went on to win awards and be selected for many different film festivals.

My role: Assistant producer, second camera, photographer and long-form multimedia editor.

Life Support – Unearthed

Life Support is a four-part series by Unearthed about why the global nature crisis matters for our lives.

"How bugs put food on the table" went on to be awarded for Best News Analysis and Explanatory Reporting at the ABSW Awards in 2020.

My role: Camera

Gift Of The Gab – International Rescue Committee x Pal

We wanted to explore in a fun and engaging way, the fact that refugees often aren’t given the support they need to thrive when they arrive in the UK. We worked with the wonderful Rabab as a presenter on this. She’d recently completed the IRC’s leadership training. The film collected over one million views across TikTok and Instagram within the first month of launch.

My role: Producer 

The Big Plastic Count – Greenpeace x Enviral

Nearly 100 billion pieces of plastic packaging are thrown away by UK households every year, and just 12% is recycled in the UK. Together with Enviral, we wanted to create a fun and colourful film that encouraged the public to count their plastic and take part in The Big Plastic Count.

My role: Creative producer 

Time & Tide

Every day of the year - rain or shine, the Clevedon swimmers plunge into the icy waters of the Bristol channel. From 10 to 80 years old, theres only one rule - no wetsuits! Time & Tide presents a moving and often humorous look at life, death and friendship. The film was screened at various festivals across the UK.

My role: Director / producer


Transhumance is a short documentary telling the story of a 2000 year old tradition, in the Cevennes, South of France. The film follows the story of husband and wife, Jean Paul and Lucette, and the small shepherd community, on their yearly trek from lowlands, up through the mountains. This film captures the highs, lows and adventures that happen each summer during the migration of nearly 2000 bell-clad and decorated sheep. However, can such an old colourful tradition continue? The film was selected and screened at Lasalle Documentary Festival, 2014.

My role: Director / camera

Upstream – Greenpeace

Upstream is a short film that follows a Greenpeace investigation, where 13 major rivers across the UK were tested for microplastics. Working along alongside the Greenpeace Science Labatory, we reveal that plastic and the climate emergency isn't a distant problem, we are affected right here in the UK. We must urge our Government to set legally-binding plastic reduction targets in the upcoming Environment Bill and protect our wildlife.

My role: Creative producer