I’m a multiskilled, self-shooting researcher/AP, video editor, and digital media & communications specialist.

My passion is for the natural world. I have a Zoology degree and a recent MSc in Global Environment, Politics, and Society - giving me a strong understanding of the political, moral, and societal dimensions of the climate and extinction crisis - and their solutions.

My adventures have taken me to Rwanda to investigate gorilla tourism and human-wildlife conflicts in the Virunga mountain region, catching starfish 2 miles underwater at the Mid-Atlantic Ridge, to photographing wild elephants and orangutans in Borneo.

I’m open to all new opportunities, in particular, I'm interested in digital impact campaigns associated with environmental documentaries.

In the TV industry, I’ve developed science, natural history, and factual formats for the UK and US markets including the BBC, Channel 4, Netflix, Amazon, Apple TV+, National Geographic, PBS, Science Channel, Discovery, and Animal Planet. I’ve combined my digital skills to create attention-grabbing interactive web-based treatments and worked on successful commissions including Dope (Netflix), and Mysteries of the Missing (Science Channel), and Becoming You (Apple TV+).

I have a wide skill set in digital media and communications; I’ve supported projects with crowdfunding, PR & press releases, event management, social media marketing, website building, graphic design, print ordering, and writing successful grant bids.

I’m also a skilled video editor specialising in short-form content and I’m well versed with a wide range of software; my primary tools are Premiere Pro & After Effects.
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