With more than 20 years experience, I've edited dozens of programmes, short and long, with a wide range of topics and genres, from serious and complex science to light and lively lifestyle.
I'm very experienced with AVID, Resolve, After FX and Photoshop and I have a good working knowledge of Final Cut Pro and Premiere.
I also own my own Avid and Resolve suite.
What takes place in the lives of Chester Zoo’s inhabitants when no one’s watching?
A billion miles from home, running low on fuel, and almost out of time. After 13 years traversing the Saturn system, the spacecraft Cassini is plunging to a fiery death, becoming part of the very planet it has been exploring.
Series Editor Steve Crabtree
Discovering and exploring some of the more remote places and people of China.
Off-grid property series 'Unplugged Nation' joins expert
Jay Gruen as he shows families around three amazing properties in stunning locations across the USA and guides them as they get the chance to try out the unplugged lifestyle in one of them.
For FYI in the USA
Exec Andrea Florence
Series Producer Emma Jones
For the last four years I've been working mainly in China with Producer/Director Phil Agland on a 5 part series about its people and its environment.
I supervised all technical aspects of the shoot, recorded sound, edited with Phil and did all the final picture post-production and grade in 4K.
Pennsylvania’s Killer Smog tells the story of a freak weather event that caused the worst air pollution disaster in US history.
I edited two full episodes and polished other elements of this 6 part series about weird places, things and events.
2 x 50 mins
For Discovery (UK, Canada and US)
Series Producer Glenn Bardon Exec Fiona Caldwell
Storm City 3D is a major landmark series for Sky3D,
presented by Ben Fogle.
Using ‘large scale’ demos and personal survival stories, the film reveals the power and unpredictability of natural disasters that can wreak havoc across the Earth.
Presented by Kate Humble and
Dr Helen Czerski, this series follows the Earth's voyage around the sun for one complete orbit. In this episode; how the Earth’s spin controls and shapes our world.
Right now the earth's hurtling around the sun at 64,000 miles an hour. In the next year it'll travel 584 million miles, to end up back where it started.
For the BBC
Producer/Director Dick Taylor
Series Producer Stephen Marsh
Exec Jonathan Renouf
25 years ago Phil Agland spent 2 years living with and filming the Baka Pygmies of Cameroon.
The BBC commissioned him to return and continue their story.
Dr Gabrielle Walker explores Ice, one of the strangest, most beguiling and mesmerising substances in the world.
A film made from 'user generated material' about people who are eyewitnesses to natural disasters, using their first-hand experience and material often shot by them to tell the story.
For National Geographic Channel
Director Sam Taplin
Exec Martin Mortimore
A short film I directed.
Made over two days, this short was a 'taster' to try get a series of train travel films commissioned.
Presented by train enthusiast and actor Kenneth Cranham
Tony Robinson investigates how Britain was formed and how the earth deep beneath our feet has shaped the country we live in today.
In this episode he explores volcanoes, from Scotland to Snowdonia.
The history of our planet is epic: from its birth out of cosmic rubble to the unique complexity of land, sea, atmosphere and life we know now.
This CGI film re-creates the story of earth and follows the development of life, from slimy mats of algae to the dinosaurs, and the ancestors of mammals and humans.
I edited VT's for the series.
Charley Boorman continues the challenge to travels across the world using whatever transportation is available
'By any Means'.
I also created the 60 maps for the series.
How fast is fast... what is speed all about?
In this film, presented by Ze Frank he explores the nature and effects of speed in various situations from the human body to jet fighters.
Exploring the hidden clues and evidence for huge global Tsunamis.
While earthquakes are the best known cause of tsunamis, landslides can cause 1000 foot high waves.
Charley Boorman sets off with the challenge to travels across the world using whatever transportation is available 'By any Means'.
2 x 60 mins
For BBC 2
Directed by Russ Malkin
Claudio Von Planta
Produced by Lucy Trujillo,
Russ Malkin & Liz Mercer
Finding out what makes the Abrams M1 tank tick; meeting the people who build them, the soldiers who depend on them, and discover the armour, mobility, and firepower that make this 70 ton beast the most dangerous vehicle on the battlefield.
Part of a series looking at the enormous challenges and technology to create and power 'green' cities by 2050.
The broadcast of this documentary coincided with the landing of NASA's Phoenix probe on Mars and covered its purpose of searching for water and life on that planet.
A film about the formation of North American’s Rocky Mountains.
Documentary/drama about the explorers and the exploration of the Amazon Jungle.
Documentary/drama about the 1883 eruption of the volcano Krakatoa.
‘Behind the scenes’ of the BBC Young Musician competition. Following the main contenders at home and during the competition.
Uncovering the truth about the build up and early stages of the second Iraq War.
Fast turnaround documentary about the outbreak of this terrifying virus.
For Discovery Asia
Producer Howard Anderson Director by Martin Ives