It was amazing to do another Slow TV project last year, this time focusing on the christmas lights in London. All shot on Arri Alexa Mini and graded in Resolve. Grading super long shots is both challenging an fun all at the same time. Also it was great working alongside Producer and Director Dominic Carveley… Continue Reading
During 2018 I have been grading Natural History short films for The One Show on BBC 1. It is amazingly fun to grade these films and learn about the lives of the stunning wildlife we have in the UK. It is also great to work with the production team at the BBC who research, film,… Continue Reading
I am very proud to be anyway involved in this series! It was a pleasure to work with the production team and amazing to grade. Without Limits: Australia is a two-part observational documentary for BBC 1. Supported by HRH the Duke of Sussex, British and Australian wounded veterans embark on a near 1000-mile expedition across Western… Continue Reading
Earlier in 2018, I graded a short documentary entitled The Chair Maker: Lawrence Neal. It was amazing to work with the guys over at Falcon Productions once more. This was all shot on RED by Duncan Parker. Below is a small summary of the film written by Falcon productions: Lawrence Neal has been making exquisite… Continue Reading
Earlier in 2017, I had the pleasure of grading the new BBC1 series Without Limits. This programme recently received an RTS award for best Factual programme in 2017! See results here It was amazing to work with a production team so passionate about every aspect of making these programmes. Check out some stills below and the… Continue Reading
The series I graded Without Limits: Vietnam gets an Royal Television Society nomination for best factual programme or series. Good luck to all nominees, results will be announced Sunday 11th of March this year.
I recently graded a new Natural History programme called A Slow Odyssey on BBC4. Go on a relaxing journey with the green turtle, white-tailed sea eagle and cheetah. Have a look at the BBC Earth video post and stills below. Guardian review here.