Sport is my passion, more importantly sport for the love of sport.

As a teenager captaining my local rugby team, I grew to love sport for it’s fundamental values of giving your all for your team, working together towards a goal and being personally dedicated and disciplined.

With my father have been a professional photographer, we always had camera’s in the house and developed a passion for taking photos and making videos as well. Wanting to gain a deeper understanding of the sports industry, studying at Loughborough University was my first choice and was accepted onto a Sports Management degree.

During my time there, alongside my studies I began to take videography more seriously, making the most of all the voluntary opportunities to make videos of the University sports teams. After 3 incredible years I graduated with a First Class Honours in Sports Management and was taken on that July by a top London sports agency, where I was lucky enough to receive a proper education and huge experience in the tools and techniques of professional video production.


To take the next step in my career I decided to go freelance in November 2014, to pursue opportunities to work with lots of different people on a wide range of challenging and exciting projects. Since then I've been lucky enough to work on a huge vareity of projects and working for Land Rover during Rugby World Cup 2015 is a definite highlight!

I'm always excited to talk about ideas for new video projects, if you have a project in mind please feel free to get in touch with me at…


When I'm not producing videos for clients for I run a non-profit organization called Ski The Kingdom, developing freestyle skiing in the UK and am currently directing our first full length feature. I'm also working on building my media company Kingdom Visual into a fully fledged production company and agency.

I am also a hugely passionate skier and windsurfer and spend any spare time working on my personal ability or instructing and teaching others.