Seven Worlds (in production)
Sequence cameraman for two episodes of this forthcoming BBC landmark production
Islands (in production)
Cameraman for multiple sequences for this three part BBC series
Hostile Planet (in production)
Sequence Cameraman for this forthcoming National Geographic production
One Strange Rock – Home
Filmed a sequence with a Bajau freediver in a jellyfish lake in Kakaban, Indonesia for this ambitious, Darren Aranofsky helmed, Will Smith presented, National Geographic production.
Nominated – Visualisation – Jackson Hole Science Media Awards
Blue Planet II – One Ocean
Filmed the Kobudai (Sheeps Head Wrasse) and Tusk Fish sequences for the first episode of this David Attenborough narrated, Landmark series for BBC Natural History Unit
Nominated – Cinematography: Large Budget – Wildscreen Panda Awards
Nominated – Outstanding Cinematography: non fiction program – Primetime Creative Emmys 2018
Winner – Photography: Factual – BAFTA Television Craft Awards 2018
Winner Best Cinematography – Royal Television Society West of England awards
Winner – Excellence – Guild of Television Cameramen
Blue Planet II – Coral Reefs
Filmed Cuttlefish, Octopus/Grouper, Clownfish, Whirlpool and Turtle Spa sequences along with coral reef GV’s for the third episode of this David Attenborough narrated, Landmark series for BBC Natural History Unit
Blue Planet II – Big Blue
Filmed the ‘Boiling Sea’ sequence which starts the episode. Featured in the ‘Into the Blue’ section at the end of this David Attenborough narrated, Landmark series for BBC Natural History Unit
Blue Planet II – Our Blue Planet
Topside Sync and underwater for two sequences. Alex Vail’s studies on the Great Barrier Reef and Steve Simpson’s work on underwater acoustics for the final episode of this David Attenborough narrated, Landmark series for BBC Natural History Unit
Forces of Nature – Shapes
A sequence on freediving grannies in Jeju, South Korea for this four part BBC Science series with Brian Cox.
Nominated : Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography – Documentary
Winner – Visualisation: Jackson Hole Science Media Awards
Borneo’s Secret Kingdom
Two weeks filming various sequences in riverine forest for this 4K (UHD) NatGeo Wild production
New Zealand: Earth’s Mythical Islands
A sequence on leaping Dusky Dolphins for BBC Natural History Unit.
Nominated – Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography: Documentary
Citra Television Commercial
DP for the underwater filming of traditional pearl divers
SK-II Television Commercial
An artistic dance display by models, filmed in slow motion using Arri 18K lights, in the deep tank at Pinewood Iskandar Malaysia Studios
The Amazon of the East
Three part sync/wildlife series on the Kinabatangan River in Borneo for ZDF & Animal Planet
Life Story – Courtship
A dramatic character-led mating turtle sequence for this Landmark BBC NHU series.
Winner for Cinematography at the 2015 Televisual Bulldog Awards
A documentary about the elusive and beautiful thresher shark for Discovery Shark Week 2015.
Malaysia from Below
One-off special on Malaysia’s marine life for National Geographic Channel. I shot wildlife and underwater sync with Nick Baker and Alexandra Cousteau.
Highly Commended for Cinematography at the Asian TV Awards
Wild Sri Lanka: Ocean of Giants
Natural history of Sri-Lanka. Sequences included blue whales, sperm whales and green turtles, for Mike Birkhead/Terra Mater.
Man vs Wild: Malaysian Archipelago
Filming iconic presenter Bear Grylls for Discovery Channel’s top-rated series.
Life – Mammalian hordes
First ever filming of the humpback whale ‘heat-run’ for BBC NHU’s Landmark series narrated by David Attenborough.
Winner – Emmy Award for Outstanding Cinematography: Documentary
Andrea: Queen of Mantas
BBC Natural World programme about scientist Andrea Marshall’s groundbreaking Manta ray research.
Life in Cold Blood – Armoured Giants
Wildscreen Golden Panda award-winning episode of David Attenborough’s Landmark series on reptiles and amphibians.
Winner – GOLDEN PANDA award at WILDSCREEN
Winner – BAFTA for Best Specialist Factual Programme
Man to Manta
Documentary on manta rays with Martin Clunes