Exploring the reasons behind rising shark attacks on surfers around the world I directed, produced and shot this one investigative documentary for National Geographic
Over sixteen weeks I filmed this seven part observational documentary series as the latest batch of New Zealand's raw recruits were pushed to the limits from their arrival to march out.
Set in Borneo I directed and shot this eight part observational documentary series following the intense rehabilitation of orangutans back into the wild.
After China first opened up its skies to National Geographic, I was allowed to direct drones over its remarkable landscapes, and tell the everyday stories of people across this hidden continent.
Filming in some of the most challenging conditions to date our small documentary team managed to capture a remarkable story. After 30 years of war and Taliban rule, Afghanistan's answer to pop Idol is taking the nation by storm, but this is more than just a TV show. In Afghanistan you risk your life to sing.
Filming and directing extreme explorers, Mark Anstice and Oliver Steeds, we captured their initiation into becoming part of the Mek tribe in the heart of the Highlands of West Papua.
As editor I pieced together the life story of the human Spiderman, Alain Robert, who has made his name from illegally free climbing the world’s tallest buildings.
Presented by Andrew Morton I directed this one hour doc to show the rise of the Paparazzi over the last fifty years and their most sensational snaps.
With one video camera and some hiking boots I walked and filmed the entire length of Israel’s 750 kilometre security barrier with comedian Mark Thomas tracing the stories of the people affected on both sides of the West Bank.