I make films which aim to have a positive social impact. I have tried to achieve this through filmmaking by promoting positive work people are doing, drawing focus to under represented issues and through participatory film projects that help people tell the stories that matter to them. I have made films on subjects ranging from police violence, to the working life of migrant workers, to urban change in Lisbon and New York. I have also led participatory film programs with homeless and long-term unemployed people at centres in Brighton and London.
A common theme to many of my films is an interest in issues of urban space. I have made several films that examine the relationship between people and their built environments and continue to experiment with ways of depicting this relationship through film.
My two most recent films, 'Their Land, Our Home' and 'Mud, Sea, Sky' are currently playing at film festivals. Please get in touch to request a screener.