Army: Behind the New Frontlines (2017), BBC 2 (3 x 60mins)
Three part series looking at the changing role of the British Army around the world.
Five Days on Lesvos (2016), worldwide festival release.
Feature documentary about five keys days in the European refugee crisis.
WINNER: Best International Film, Melbourne Documentary Film Festival
NOMINATED: Best UK Feature, Raindance Film Festival
The Secret Life of the Zoo (2015), Channel 4 (6 x 60 mins)
First series of the part rig/part obs-doc shot in Chester Zoo.
Britain’s Oldest Crooks (2015), ITV1 (1 x 60 mins)
Light hearted but often poignant character-led film looking at old age, through the eyes of pensioners who struggle to stay on the right side of the law.
Call Security (2015), BBC 1 (1 x 60 mins)
Character-led obs-doc examining the rise of the private security industry in the UK.
Kids Behind Bars (2014), ITV 1 (1 x 60 mins)
Powerful obs-doc shot inside the children’s wing of a US maximum security prison.
Shakespeare Uncovered: Antony and Cleopatra with Kim Cattrall (2013), Sky Arts & PBS (1 x 60 mins)
Art/history series, as a famous actor takes the viewer through a Shakespeare play.
Dispatches – Britain’s Big Fat Bill (2013), Channel 4 (1 x 30 mins)
Investigation into the problems obesity is causing the NHS.
Dispatches – How Weigh Watchers Make Their Millions (2013), Channel 4 (1 x 30 mins)
Investigation into Britain’s biggest diet company.
Plebgate (2012) Channel 4 (1 x 25 mins)
Investigation into MP Andrew Mitchell’s confrontation with police in Downing Street.
WINNER: RTS Award – Best Independent Investigation
What You Didn’t Know About The West (2012), CCTV (6 x 30 mins)
Series looking at western culture, the first time Chinese Television had commissioned a UK company to make a series.
Britain’s Secret Treasures (2012), ITV 1, (3 x 60 mins)
Archeology series in conjunction with the British Museum.
Unlocking the Secrets of Our Cells: The Nobel Prize (2012), PBS (1 x 30 mins)
Film profiling the 2012 Nobel Laureates in Medicine and Chemistry.
Weathermen (2011), festival release, (1 x 15 mins)
Visiting two people in the US and UK, who pursue their hobby in very different ways.
The Art of Doing Nothing (2009), festival release, (1 x 15 mins)
A profile of people who choose to be Living Statues.
WINNER: Best Short Documentary, London Independent Film Festival
Sub-Zero Teachers: Surviving Antarctica (2008), Teachers’ TV, (3 x 30 mins)
Obs-doc series following four teachers on a science expedition to Antarctica.