From working with Sir David Attenborough on the Great Barrier Reef to the kitchens of Le Gavroche with Michel Roux Jr, I have directed shows for major broadcasters that have taken me all over the world.
WORLD WAR 2 TREASURE HUNTERS (8 x 45' History Channel)

WW2 Treasure Hunters pairs Britain’s foremost amateur WW2 detectorist with Madness frontman Suggs, as they uncover historical finds from across the UK.

I directed four and edit produced two of this eight part series for the History Channel. The show outperformed in its 9pm slot and was one of History’s best performing shows of 2017.



Over the last few years, I’ve filmed around the world on a series of projects with Sir David Attenborough for BBC and Sky.

Having begun filming, directing and edit producing two full length behind-the-scenes documentaries for Sky 1, I went on to film on Sir David’s landmark trip to meet President Obama, as well as filming much of the footage for major sequences in his series on the Great Barrier Reef for BBC 1.

Great Barrier Reef with David Attenborough


I was director and co-creator on two seasons of this culinary documentary series (2016-17), following Michelin-starred chef, Michel Roux, as he goes in search of the craftspeople supplying some of the most rarefied produce in Britain: from a handmade knifemaker who spends over 8 hours sharpening a single blade; to a salmon smoker who insists on playing jazz to his fish as they smoke.

Following a highly successful first season in 2016, the second season will be released in early Summer 2017.

HIDDEN RESTAURANTS (4 x 60', Channel 4)

Working with co-presenter, Freddy Bird, I was shooting PD on this primetime series exploring some of the UK’s most unusual and remote restaurants – from the Isles of Scilly to the wildest reaches of the Scottish Highlands.

Broadcast March 2017.


HOW TO BE A SOCIALITE (6 x 5', Channel 4)

Comic documentary series in the vein of Louis Theroux exploring what it takes to become a socialite – from correct canapĂ©-eating etiquette to how to look good riding a polo horse.



Winner, Digital Revolutions Award, Sheffield Documentary Festival

Short documentary focusing on Prader-Willi Syndrome – a rare genetic condition that causes near permanent hunger, leading in turn to chronic obesity.