Rollercoaster riding in 2012…
Sorry all, website looking a bit dusty! The best excuse has been a hectic schedule that mixing editorial commissions (which I can’t share yet), some juicy commercial commissions and long-awaited TV scheduling. I’m in the studio for the next few weeks grooming all of my juicy new content, web-folios and a newsletter but in the mean-time here are two of my favourite bits:
Madagascar, Lemur and Spies.
I first met the inspiring Steve Greenwood and Tuppence Stone of the BBC in 2010 when my Madagascar adventures were in their infancy. Subsequently they have produced/directed an amazing feature length documentary, featuring none of than David Attenborough on the microphone, a chunk of my undercover footage and work with the Environment Investigation Agency. Angela Maddick edited John Brown’s camera work. The program is currently on iplayer and also some behind the scenes clips illustrating the 3 differing trips. I am proud as punch to have been involved in the project and am grateful to the production team for bringing this story to bear on the audience potential of the BBC at prime time!
O2 Guru TV Inspire: Sony Xperia S Photography Challenge
02 and Sony have just released a Youtube Video of a 3 day challenge I was set across the South-East. It was a testing schedule taking in some breathtaking locations and we lucked out on the weather. Although I was in simultaneously in-front and behind the lens I give credit to the agency, VCCP, the crew of James and Ashley, Art Directing Richard and all the crew we met along the way who are helping us get 100K youtube hits and counting, gulp!