I am an experienced editor of primetime television and moving image, with strong foundations in New Zealand broadcasting since 1983, and independent production companies since 1993. I have completed many television productions for New Zealand and also Australia, United Kingdom, and USA, and for film festival release, international DVD release, for online exposure, and business and enterprise profiling.

The scope of my work can also include show structuring, episode and series styling and formatting, scriptwriting, music design and music editing, through to fine cut, picture and sound lock, and executive producer and/or network signoff. I can be available to oversee sound mix and colour grade sessions. I remain passionate about my work, and operate effectively both independently and together with production teams. I am also a certified Structural Integrator in the world of health and wellbeing, and have a background in music.

I can also provide Avid 8.3 and 8tb storage, at my Auckland base or on location in New Zealand or overseas. Feel free to contact me anytime for further information, and about editing your upcoming productions.

Most Recent Work

COAST: New Zealand

The BBC Series expands to encompass the coastline of NZ, fronted by Neill Oliver. Complete re-edit of first cut of series along with new script by Pria Viswallingam, setup of new episode format and structure, all-new music, through to finecut, producer/network approvals, and lock. 5 of 6 episodes.

Great Southern Film & Television / Foxtel for on-air early 2016

Til Death Do Us Part

Trafficker or Trafficked? 52 minute documentary following the precarious journey of a lovestruck Kiwi who due to a package planted in his luggae is now in an Indonesian prison. Edited in NZ and Indonesia, through to finecut, producer/network approvals, lock, mix and grade. Good ratings on TV3.

James Bellamy/Pan Pacific Films for TV3 on-air November 2015

Lost & Found

Editor and Post-Director, 10 X 1 hour episodes with investigative journalist David Lomas. Co-creation of all-new show's format, structure, shooting style, titles, graphics. Offline edit, story structuring, music design, co-script writer, through to finecut, producer/network approvals, lock. High ratings at 8.30pm.

Eyeworks NZ for TV3 on-air 2015

Secret Lives of Dancers

Recut of most episodes, restructure of story arcs and show format, and to accomodate new script. Through to finecut, producer/network approvals and lock.

Eyeworks NZ for TV3 2014

COAST: Australia

The BBC Series expands to encompass the coastline of Oz, fronted by Neil Oliver. Story editing, series opener, re-cutting and locking of 5 of 8 episodes. 1st episode is History Channel's highest rating show on record, and in the UK 2 million viewers per night.

Great Southern Film & Television / Foxtel 2013. Screening on History Channel Australia and New Zealand, and BBC2 in the UK.

Family Secret

Editor and Post-Director, series of 10 episodes with investigative journalist David Lomas. Including co-creation of this all-new show's format, structure, shooting style, titles, graphics. Offline edit, music design, co-script writer, through to finecut, producer/network approvals, and lock. Good ratings at 8pm.

Producers Sue Donald, David Lomas. Eyeworks NZ for TV3 2013 / 2014

Is Modern Medicine Killing You?

Editor and post-producer, 10 episodes featuring Dr Frances Pitsilis. Complete revision of existing stories, restructure and reformat of series, research and final scripting, music, graphics selection, finecut, producer/network approvals and lock. High ratings in 8pm timeslot, with much discussion amongst NZers.

Producer Carmen Leonard. Eyeworks NZ for TVOne 2012 / repeated 2014

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TV Series

The Croc Catchers NT

Episodes 1-6 of 10, setting the style, pace and format of this new series about a Northern Territory crocodile catching team. Screenings in NZ, Australia, USA.

Producer Sergio Myers. Eyeworks NZ for National Geographic 2012

Missing Pieces

Series 4 of this popular high-rating series bringing families back together no matter how long its been, or how many miles it takes, with investigative journalist David Lomas. 8 episodes. High ratings at 8pm even when repeated.

Director David Lomas. Producer Sue Donald. Eyeworks NZ for TV3 2012

Monteiths Wild Food Challenge

The competitive final one-hour episode of this series - 10 chefs cooking and matching their finest cuisine with beer. Shot in 3 separate groups and cut as though they're all cooking together at the same time...

Eyeworks NZ for TVOne 2012

Chelsea NZ Hottest Home Baker

Celebrating NZ's love affair with home baking. A pacey humourous competitive cook-off hosted by Colin Mathura-Jeffree. One episode and parts of others.

Producer Carmen Leonard. Eyeworks NZ for TV3 2012

World's Strictest Parents

Problem teenagers are sent away to live and learn from other families about life, attitude and respect. One difficult episode shot in the Australian outback.

Producer Maria Handas. Eyeworks NZ for TVOne 2011

Best Of New Zealand Food

NZ's best chefs presenting practical dishes for New Zealanders at home. Also research, scripting, grading. 5 episodes of 10.

Producer Greg Heathcote. FoodTV 2011

Renters

Tenants jostle with property managers in dwellings ranging from student squalors to elaborate mansions. Restructure, reformat and finecut of all episodes, through to final producer approvals and lock.

Director Anna Lynch. Greenstone Pictures for TV2 2011

Rescue 1

Following the Westpac Rescue Helicopter and it's dedicated lifesaving team. Story structure and edit for final compile on this top rating show.

Director Martin Cleave. Great Southern Film and Television for TV2 2011

BIG: Extreme Makeover

One hour episode following an Australian woman's extreme struggle with losing weight - with eventual success, and even a wedding to top it off.

Eyeworks NZ for Channel9 Australia 2011

Great Food Escape

Top NZ chefs selected by Air New Zealand to provide their Business Class cuisine, show off their latest fare.

Eyeworks NZ for TV3 2011

The Apprentice

New Zealand's own version of this internationally successful series, bringing high ratings and viewer interaction for TVNZ. One of two "A" editors on the series working collaboratively to a very tight turnaround time. All episodes.

Producer Glenn Sims. Great Southern Film and Television for TV2 2010

Emergency

Series of unscripted shows filmed deep inside Wellington Hospital's ED. In-depth feelings are revealed as medical staff save countless lives in NZ's vibrant capital city. All episodes.

Director Natalie Malcon. Greenstone for TVOne / Channel9 Australia 2007
Winner of Qantas Media Awards "Best Observational Reality" 2007

Treasure Island Couples

Yet another series, 4 camera unscripted location shoot for series of 1 hour shows. You get really good at dialogue editing doing these ....

Touchdown Television for TV2

Superstars of Treasure Island

Another series this time set on a Tongan island, 4 camera unscripted location shoot for series of 1 hour shows.

Touchdown Television for TV2

Miss Popularity

10 gorgeous young New Zealand women are taken to the Australian outback for a beauty pageant - turns out they are actually there to live and work in an outback town and take part in rigorous challenges for a reality tv show.

Touchdown Television for TV2

Living The Dream

Put 10 people in a house to partake in a reality tv show, but only one of them is not an actor participating in an elaborate hoax. Sam Chambers proves himself to be of good character despite the unfair challenge, and wins.

Touchdown Television for TV2

City Celebrity - Country Nobody

New Zealand city celebs are placed in a downbeat rural environment, devoid of city trappings. One epsiode.

Touchdown Television for TV2

Captive

A new paradigm - big brother meets gameshow.

Touchdown Television for TV2

Village People

Series about the people who work and play behind the scenes of the America's Cup international yacht race in Auckland NZ. All episodes.

Great Southern Film and Television for TV2 2003

The Golf Show

30 episodes of this popular golfing series. Veteran broadcaster Phillip Leishman takes viewers on a tour of the world's best greens and players, with his usual flair and enthusiasm.

Uplink Television for SkyTV 2000

Armstrong-Jones Golf Academy

13 episodes of golfing tips and entertainment.

Uplink Television for SkyTV 1999

The House of Football

28 episodes of slightly anarchic and very off-the-wall football news and entertainment. Rather funny.

Uplink Television for SkyTV 1999

Snowbusters

13 episodes of snowboarding and skiing news and entertainment presented by Jeremy Wells and Leanne Malcolm.

Uplink Television for SkyTV 1999

Get Your Act Together

Rikki Morris hosts this series where young musicians are given both studio and New Zealand producer in order to create their finished song in 48 hours, which is then put up for public vote.

Touchdown Television for TV3 1999

Get Real

One year of story inserts for this children's adventure and information magazine programme.

Digital Motion Pictures for TVNZ 1997

What Now

Two years plus of stories and features for New Zealand's best known and longest running childrens TV series.

Digital Motion Pictures for TVNZ 1996 - 1998

For Arts Sake

Stories for this series about New Zealand artists, their work and their philosophies.

Digital Motion Pictures for Pinnacle Productions / TVNZ 1997

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Documentary

Warbirds Over Wanaka 2010

75 minute HD doco for international DVD release featuring classic and world reknowned wartime aircraft flown hard-out amongst the South Islands pristine mountains and lakes. Gyro stabilised air-to-air footage and in-depth interviews.

Action Productions for international DVD release

Into The Frozen Abyss

One-Hour doco. The team on NZ research ship Tangaroa study the changing state of Antarctic marine life and the sea itself in light of recent climate change. Negotiating frozen seas they examine samples of rare and unknown species.

Director Max Quinn. NHNZ Ltd for Nat Geo International and Smithsonian Channel USA, PrimeTV NZ 2008

Dreaming of El Dorado

The first motion picture production by major NZ landscape artist Grahame Sydney. Filmed by the artist himself, this 72 minute doco reveals the history of sparkling Central Otago from it's "wasteland" status and goldrush, through to the more recent plunder of natural resources, questioning what will come next.

Grahame Sydney/Hinterland Films 2008

Konin River Lodge

A select few pay tens of tousands of dollars to fish for giant Taimen Trout deep in Siberia. The fish are caught, tagged, and returned to study and preserve the fish and their unique environment. Good scottish humour and scotch included.

MFU/Action Productions for DVD distribution 2008

Warbirds Over Wanaka 2008

75 minute HD doco for international DVD release featuring classic and world reknowned wartime aircraft flown hard-out amongst the South Islands pristine mountains and lakes. Gyro stabilised air-to-air footage and in-depth interviews.

Action Productions for international DVD release

Te Waka Hono Tangata

Historical and archival doco featuring master carver Rangi Hetet of Waiwhetu Marae. Follows some of the processes in building a waka - from tree selection through to launch, and the bringing together of family and community.

Producer and Director Robin Greenberg 2006

Tu Tangata: Weaving For The People

70minute festival documentary. Bridging past and present, Maori and European heritage, traditional and contemporary art, this intimate portrait of master weaver Erenora Puketapu-Hetet gives surprising insight into a community that is shaping a social vision to inspire and challenge both the nation and the world.

Producer and Director Robin Greenberg
Premiere: New Zealand International Film Festival july 2000
Hawaii international FIlm Festival september 2000
Amsterdam IDFA november 2000
Smithsonian Institute Washington, Environmental Festival march 2001
Film Forum for indigenous People, Zurich & Basel, Switzerland april 2001
NZ Film Archive screenings, Wellington NZ 2001 - 2003

Inside The Real Coyote Ugly

Originator of the Coyote Ugly bar in New York, Lil Lovell opens her 10th bar - this time in Austin, Texas. 120 all-american girls are auditioned, and 30 hand-picked by Lil to train behind and on top of the bar.

Director Greg Heathcote. Touchdown Television for MTV 2000
Top 10 Program of the Week, MTV Country Music Channel, USA.

Chenrezig Sand Mandala: The Living Art of Tibet

Documentary showing the creation of this Mandala inside Auckland Museum by Tibetan Monks, through to it's dissolution into Okahu Bay in Auckland. Broadcast on the 60th anniversary of the Dalai Lama's enthronement.

Producer Robin Greenberg for regional broadcast 2000

The Trouble With Ben

Jane's 9 year old son is autistic and requires way more than full time care. Bryan Bruce highlights the family's intense day to day struggle and the NZ Welfare System's approach to dealing wih it.

Bryan Bruce for TV3 Inside New Zealand

Shaky Beginings: The Shaping of New Zealand

A guided tour of NZ's unique geological structure and evolution, presented by veteran broadcaster Jim Hickey.

Bryan Bruce for TVNZ Documentary New Zealand

Closing The Loop

Two documentaries on recycling and re-use of recovered materials, featuring specialists from USA and Europe. Used along with a Cinema TVC to launch Christchurch's recycling scheme. 3 screenings on CTV plus citywide distribution.

Producer/Director Philip Hurring. For Sustainable Cities Trust / Christchurch City

Out Into The Blue

Privately funded 1hour 16MM doco, an intimate portrait following the life story of New Zealand pioneer of modern dance, Dunedin's own Shona Dunlop-McTavish. Premiere in Dunedin's own Regent Theatre.

Producer Halina Ogonowska Coates 1997
New Zealand International Film Festival Premiere 1998

Scorched Memories

Why did 40 staff perished in the flames of the 1957 fire at Ballantynes Department Store in Christchurch? Presented by Brian Ewards and told by the survivors, this doco is beautifully illustrated with genuine colour film footage never seen before. Broadcast on the 50th anniversary of the fire.

Director William de Freize for TV3 Inside New Zealand 1997

In Cold Blood

Two-hour special, Bryan Bruce looks into the minds of mass-murderers in Dunedin, Tasmania, and Scotland and searches for community based solutions for future understanding and prevention of such crimes.

Bryan Bruce for TV3 Inside New Zealand 1997

Serious Fraud

A first-time look into NZ's Serious Fraud Office. Bryan Bruce investigates significant white-collar crime and criminals, culminating in a studio meeting between multi-million dollar embezzler Patrick Renshaw and his many victims.

Bryan Bruce for TV3 Inside New Zealand 1996

Earthwalk: Judy McIntosh Wilson

Installation documentary for the Dowse Art Museum following the artist's sourcing of natural materials and creation of her Earthwalk exhibition.

Director Peter Young for Dowse Art Museum 1997

Kiwi Kids Christmas

1 hour doco featuring the diverse cultural experience of Christmas in NZ, seen through the eyes of children from 4 families spanning 4 different cultures - Pakeha, Maori, Samoan, and Tongan.

Digital Motion Pictures for TVNZ 1997

Sport For Money

1 hour doco, broadcaster Tony Palmer looks into the ways of big money in sporting sponsorship in New Zealand.

Director Tony Palmer for TV3 Inside New Zealand 1995

July's Story

1 hour doco, Rob Harley follows the final 2 years of life of a Maori woman named July, as she struggles increasingly with tobacco-induced lung cancer.

Rob Harley & Brett Camell for TVNZ Frontline Special Feature
Winner of the General Motors Cancer-Related Journalism Award, USA.

TVNZ "60 Minutes"

Numerous 15 minute to 1 hour Current Affairs features.

For TVNZ

TVNZ "Frontline"

Numerous 15 minute to 1 hour Current Affairs features.

For TVNZ

1990 Commonwealth Games - Auckland

Daily highlights packages and music montages for nationwide TV.

For TVNZ 1990

TVNZ News & Current Affairs Feature Stories

Numerous feature and special interest stories including those by Dylan Taite. First editor to utilise Ampex Ado and Special Fx edit suite to bring a fresh and contemporary look to TVNZ News & Current Affairs.

For TVNZ 1990 - 1993

TVNZ "Holmes" Show

Numerous lead and feature stories for this veteran broadcaster's show (yes even the very first show)

For TVNZ 1988 - 1993

TVNZ Network News & Current Affairs

Lead, national and international news stories. Also introduced special effects and lifestyle/special interest stories into 6pm network news and evening news.

For TVNZ 1988 - 1993

TVNZ Dunedin Studio Productions

Full studio and videotape room editing of TV Series productions for nationwide broadcast, including Spot On, Viewfinder, World of Sport, and The South Tonight with Jim Mora.

For TVNZ 1983 - 1987

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Promotional / TVC

HQ Queenstown

High-end Japanese business presentation featuring a distinct Lord of the Rings flavour and HD scenic aerials. For presentation on a 15 X 3 metre screen. Editor and post director.

Action Productions for private screenings 2010

Nike Cadence

Spec TVC filmed on location in Central Otago.

Action Productions for Director Topher Straus, Whitehorse Productions 20010

Sealegs

International promo video release for this revolutionary NZ amphibious boat designer and manufacturer.

Creation Pictures/Action Productions 2009

Destination Queenstown

30" TVC promoting the Queenstown brand for the 2009 Winter Games.

Action Productions for Destination Queenstown / SkyTV 2009

Australian Adventure Film Festival

Trailers for Australian screenings of this popular festival.

Action Productions for AAFF 2009

Oreti Sands

Promotion for international golfer and course designer Greg Turner's redesign of this iconic Southland golf course. Editor and post director.

Action Productions for Greg Turner / Jay Cassels 2009

Real Journeys: Portfolio

A completely fresh portfolio of 12 HD moving image promotions for this significant and prominent New Zealand Tourism operator. Editor and post director.

Action Productions for DVD distribution 2008

Jack's Point: Portfolio

Portfolio of artistic HD presentations for Queenstown's new cutting edge settlement and resort village. Featuring gyro stabilised aerials, and original music by Mathurin Molgat. Editor and post director.

Action Productions 2008

Wyuna

Promotional DVD featuring stunning aerials, showcasing some of the most prestigous lakeside real estate in New Zealand. Editor and post director.

Action Productions for DVD distribution 2008

Jack's Point: Airport

A freeform presentation of stunning aerial and land images with music by Mathurin Molgat, showcasing the new Jack's Point settlement. Visual treatment completed at Park Road Post. Screened on Panasonic's first 103inch LCD, in front of all arrivals to Queenstown airport. Editor and post director.

Action Productions 2008

Phet - Baby Tiger

A rare and endangered baby tiger is found trapped and near death in Laos. Half hour doco to raise awareness and funds for a sanctuary for Phet in Laos.

Director Dean Cornish 2000

Open Your Mind

Another educational documentary to encourage a deeper understanding of people with mental illness, for the Schizophrenia Fellowship of New Zealand.

Producer Halina Ogonowska Coates for DVD distribution 1998

Voices In Your Head

Educational documentary to encourage a deeper understanding of people with mental illness, for the Schizophrenia Fellowship of New Zealand.

Producer Halina Ogonowska Coates for DVD distribution 1998

Restoring Avoca Valley Stream

Environmental documentary filmed over 2 years, following a Christchurch City river enhancement project, and promoting environmental-regeneration along with community-building.

Producer Robin Greenberg for DVD distribution 1998

Kerbside Recycling

60" TVC for cinema featuring All Blacks Todd Blackadder and Justin Marshall, to launch Christchurch's new citywide recycling scheme.

Producer/Director Philip Hurring for Sustainable Cities Trust / Christchurch City 1998

Schizophrenia Fellowship of New Zealand

X2 30" TVC's to help raise the awareness of New Zealanders about people with mental illnesses living in our communities, featuring April Ieremia.

Halina Ogonowska-Coates for TV One 1997

C-1 Espresso

16MM TVC for one of Christchurch's founding and most memorable espresso bars, C-1 - thankfully still going strong-as-ever after the earthquakes destroyed much of the central city. Hats off to you guys for lasting the distance.

David Reid Film 1997

St Andrew's College

Campaign film to fundraise for a new Technology Centre for Christchurch's St Andrew's College - one of New Zealand's most prominent and historic private schools.

David Reid Film 1997

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Web Media

Second International Homeopathy Research Conference - Rome

Post production of 40 international presentations and over 30 interview montages profiling the latest scientific research and developments worldwide.
For global online distribution and for international educational institutions.

Homeopathy Research Institute, London 2015

College of Natural Health & Homeopathy

Creation of a series of interview films for the online and digital presence of one of New Zealand's leading colleges of natural medicine.

CNHH, 2015

First International Homeopathy Research Conference - Barcelona

Post production of 40 international presentations and 30 interview montages profiling the latest scientific research and developments worldwide.
For global online distribution and for international educational institutions.

Homeopathy Research Institute, London 2013

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Music Video

Salmonella Dub

"THC Winter"

For David Reid Film / for NZ broadcast

Cinematic

"See You Round"

For David Reid Film / for NZ broadcast

Snort

"Poison"

For John Chrisstoffels / for NZ broadcast

B

"So Long"

For David Reid Film / for NZ broadcast

Cinematic

"Let It Burn"

For David Reid Film / for NZ broadcast

Poles Apart

Experimental long-form multilayered music video filmed in on location in Mexico and Guatemala, showing the stark contrasts between ancient and modern day civilisation.
Producer / Camera / Editor - Philip Hurring

Rotate Your State Multimedia Expo, Auckland. The Gathering. Cable TV UK

Tinnitus

"Winds of Chaos", a long form multilayered experimental music video.

Digital Motion Pictures with Mike Hodgson aka Dub Module

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Drama

The Black Spot

CreativeNZ short film drama - a young boy experiences the indelible mark of his first epileptic seizure.

Digital Motion Pictures for producer and DOP John Chrisstoffels
New Zealand international Film Festival 1999

The Sunday Roast

CreativeNZ short film drama - a young woman reaveals her childhood trauma over a highly tensioned dinner spread.

Digital Motion Pictures for producer Sue Wolfenden 1988

The Watcher

CreativeNZ short film drama - a violent and threatening intruder in an elderly woman's home late at night, brings unexpected news from the past.

Digital Motion Pictures for producer and DOP Peter Young 1997

Mel's Amazing Movies series II

Children's adventure drama shot on location in Christchurch and the Canterbury regions. 13-episode series featuring actors Russell Smith and Janice Gray, along with a talented young novice cast. All episodes, cut non-linear.

Digital Motion Pictures for TVNZ 1996

The Posey Narkers

Children's drama featuring totally hilarious life-sized puppets, shot on location around Christchurch. All episodes, cut non-linear.

Digital Motion Pictures for TVNZ 1996

Mel's Amazing Movies series I

Children's adventure drama shot on location in Christchurch and the Canterbury regions. 13-episode series featuring actors Russell Smith and Janice Gray, along with a talented young novice cast. All episodes, cut on hi-band ( ! ).

Digital Motion Pictures for TVNZ 1995

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UK Portfolio

Locomotion: Taking To The Air

Wildlife Documentary examining the movement and locomotion of birds, and also other unlikely creatures that can fly.

Director Simon Nash for BBC Natural History, Bristol UK 2000

GoodTimes

Feature length documentary for cinema, following the life and work of Norman Jay MBE, pioneering DJ in London's West End. Highlighting the political turmoil of the 70's and 80's, the racism and cross-culturalism, through to the Notting Hill Carnival presented in sparkling 35MM. Taken to first cut.

For Terry Walshe Films @ The Coachhouse London 2001
Screenings at the Odeon in Piccadilly

Space: The Final Vacation

One hour documentary showcasing the glamour, pitfalls and harsh realities of space tourism.

Director Ronnie Krensel, ZigZag Productions @ NMI London for Discovery Channel USA 2001

Fight School

TV Series, 10 UK martial artists are taken to the Chinese mountains and put through rigorous challenges, before fighting each other, in front of up to 9 cameras. Scenes for various episodes.

Director Karen Robinson for Granada/London Weekend Television 2002

PopStars - The Rivals

British talent show featuring judges Geri Halliwell, Pete Waterman, and Lois Walsh. A search for the 10 best young musos, to make Number1 in the xmas charts. One episode plus an "emergency" episode to help overcome a legal hitch and the ensuing rage of tabloid media coverage..

Director Sonia Paladini or Granada/London Weekend Television 2002

Eat Up

35 episode TV Series about sourcing, preparing and cooking clean healthy food for both adults and children, all at the same time. Shot on location throughout the UK. All 35 episodes.

Director Huw Marshal, ActionTime London for Carlton TV 2002

Tarrant On TV

Another series of this popular video show hosted by Chris Tarrant. All episodes for 2002.

Director Sean Millar for London Weekend Television 2002

Future Now

12 episode TV Series about contemporary UK inventors and the realisation of their modern day inventions. All 12 episodes.

Director Lizzie Gray, ActionTime London for Carlton TV 2002

Girls On Top

TV Series, Anna Ryder-Richardson and Charlie Dimmock seek out extrordinarily interesting people and places in London.

Director Julie Aberdeen, Endemol / Bazal London for BBC 1 2001

Aiya Nappa - Return to Fantasy Island

TV Series, fine cutting on 6 episodes about young Brits partying up large in Cyprus, as they do...

Director Jamie D'Cruz, Keo Films London for Channel 4 2001

Tarrant On TV

Popular video show hosted by Chris Tarrant. All episodes.

Director Sean Millar for London Weekend Television 2001

Prickly Heat

Fine cutting on this popular beach gameshow, hosted by the one and only Julian Clary...

Director Chris Cottan for London Weekend Telvision 2001

Vodafone

Corporate presentation for new global branding.

Director Kathryn Brown for Skybridge @ Evolutions London 2001

Invesco Perpetual

Corporate rebranding and financial summary for 2001, in light of the ominous effects of the September 11 disaster.

Director Justin Owen for Invesco Perpetual @ Evolutions London 2002

The Performance Channel

Weekly promos covering documentaries and features covering arts, theatre, music, film, and dance. Aided by 2 of the most brilliant old-school British voiceover artists you could ever possibly imagine...

Director Dominic Drew @ The Performance Channel London 2001 - 2002

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