I started as an editor in Tinopolis in 2000 before moving to camerawork. I then worked as a staff cameraman for Tinopolis for 12 years before going freelance in 2012. During this time, I worked on a variety of programmes, mainly documentary, and worked abroad a lot. Whilst working for Tinopolis I received three Bafta Cymru nominations for camerawork. The first for ‘The Drowning of a Village’ for BBC2 in 2006. The second for ‘Dwy Wraig Lloyd George’ for S4C in 2009 and a third for co camerawork for Lowri Morgan’s ‘Ras yn erbyn Amser’, in Brazil’s Jungle Marathon in 2010.

Since going freelance I’ve worked for all the major Uk Channels both as a cameraman and a self shooting director. A recent project that I directed, filmed and edited, aired in 12 European countries as part of the Generation What project.