I am a London-based documentary filmmaker. Since graduating from the National Film and Television School in 2008, I have worked to direct films that are cinematic in their scope and craft and stem from a sincere fascination with my subject.

My most recent documentary, Maradona '86, a portrait of football legend Diego Maradona, was made for ESPN's 30 for 30 series and premiered at the Tribeca Film Festival.

My first feature film, Personal Best, screened in cinemas nationwide in the run up to the London 2012 Olympics. The documentary, which was funded by the BFI and adidas, was a 4-year project in which I closely followed young athletes on their journey towards the international stage.

All my work begins and ends with an intense love for cinema as an art form and a compelling curiosity about human nature. For my full filmography please see: FILMS.

Alongside my documentary work, I have also recently been working in commercials, making films for BT and AutoTrader. For this work please see COMMERCIALS.

As well as directing I also edit, sometimes my own films and sometimes other people's films, and have worked extensively in arts and music. For a selection of these projects please see: OTHER WORK.