I am a freelance video producer and editor, with eight years experience working in the development sector and for documentary. My films have been used to lobby governments and I have contributed to outlets including the Guardian, Channel 4 News and the Lancet. I have produced films for NGOs, including Women for Women International, Freedom from Torture, and the World Health Organisation. I am a recipient of the Wellcome Trust International Engagement Award.
In my filmmaking I strive for accuracy, sensitivity and clarity, and I am led by compelling visuals and photography. I have worked extensively across sub-Saharan Africa, in Afghanistan, and the UK on global health issues, including HIV self-testing and sleeping sickness elimination, the impact of conflict on women, and the UK’s asylum system.
I am an experienced participatory media trainer, enabling people without prior experience, to tell their stories creatively and confidently through digital media.
I have an MA in Screen Documentary from Goldsmiths and I am HEFAT Certified.
Some of the organisations and companies I've been lucky to work with, and you can read client testimonials here.