Short film set during the London riot of 2011.
After an amateur journalist films a police shooting on his phone, he takes to the streets during the ensuing protests to capture the chaos. When he becomes involved with a looter and attacked by police, he must make a choice - whether to remain an impartial observer, or use his footage to fight back.
Video shown is the trailer. Full film currently in festivals.
Official Selection: Cannes Short Film Corner, Cambridge Film Festival, Aesthetica Film Festival, British Urban Film Festival
Production Company: Flat Cap Films
The story of Kenyan activist Mary Mwende, who helps mentor schoolgirls to a better life, with the help of Microsoft Philanthropies.
Commercial for the new Life House hotel in Little Havana, Miami. What if you could write a letter to your younger self, passing on the wisdom you’ve learned?
Commercial TV mini-doc about TVG’s presenter Christina Blacker.
Director of Photography: Bradley Stonesifer
Production Company: Dirty Robber
Commercial about Microsoft’s philanthropic efforts around the world.
Developed with Participant Media.
Inspired by Eliud Kipchoge’s attempt to run a marathon under two hours, Justin Gallegos, a sprinter with cerebral palsy, attempts to break his own barrier.
Posted on Nike Instagram here.
Documentary about the struggle for muralists in LA to have their work live on.
Nominated for Delphic Art Award, 2011.
Created with McCann.
A promo for the Disability Cinema Coalition.
Spec Commercial (60 Sec)