The Edge Picture Company calls me to execute a Eid Adha clip for Abu Dhabi Government. Continue reading “Eid Adha 2013”
See how the T-Mobile Parking Ticket stunt was made, with this exclusive look behind the scenes. Continue reading “The T-Mobile Parking Ticket / The making off”
In 2010 I also edited 20 online videos to promote the castles and historical heritage of the Loire Valley in France. Continue reading “Web Videos for Atout France, TVtrip Project”
This film was shot and edited within one week on location in Glasgow to subsequently be broadcast in Bahrain whilst the musicians were still on tour.
Shifting Sands is an ongoing British Council initiative, bringing together musicians from the UK and around the Arabian Peninsula. Continue reading “Shifting Sands”
This is a futuristic 3-screen video installation by director Katrine Dirckinck-Holmfeld. It was launched in Aalborg (Denmark) Museum of Modern Art as part of the internationale billedkunstfestival PORT 20:10. Continue reading “TID: Aalborg, Sted: 2033 / Video Installation”
As part of Generation Next, 3 Minute Wonders will be showcasing 15 new presenting voices. Continue reading “Generation Next on ch4”
3 Minutes Wonder short directed by Nick Hillel of Yeast Culture for Channel 4 introducing Ethiopian laughter king, Belachew Girma, on his journey to cheer up England’s ‘unhappiest’ town. Continue reading “King Of Laughter – 3 Minutes Wonder”
A selection of my favourite music videos I edited.
It’s about ‘the loose’ Canon Andrew White and was first aired on ITV1 on Sunday 25th May 2008 at 11.05pm.
A wonderfully insightful piece that takes you to Baghdad and lets you see first hand the work of Andrew White – on the street, in the International Zone and in St George’s Church. Continue reading “The Vicar Of Baghdad”
Five years after the invasion of Iraq, Rageh Omaar, who made his name reporting on the fall of Saddam for the BBC, returned to Baghdad to find out how life has changed for the friends and colleagues he has known since his first trip there in 1997