Production Credits (All editing unless specified)
Panorama - How To Brainwash a Million People (BBC Studios/BBC1) 1 x 30
Panorama reveals how China runs its re-education camps, where more than a million people have been locked up in one of the biggest mass detentions in modern history.
Director : Richard Cookson. Exec Producer : Andrew Head

Raiders of the Lost Past (Alleycats/BBC4) 1 x 60 (Episode 1)

Janina Ramirez explores the surprise discovery in a Suffolk garden of the Sutton Hoo Hoard – an incredible Anglo-Saxon ship-burial dating from the early 7th century AD and the final resting place of a supremely wealthy warrior-king.
Director : Luke McMahon. Exec Producer : Emma Parkins

Generation Activism (BBC Studios/BBC3) 5 x 7 ***NOMINATED FOR A WEBBY***
Intimate portrayals of several young campaigners as they fight for what they passionately believe in.
Director : James Boakes. Exec Producer : Georgia Moseley

Saving Britains Wildlife (Middlechild Productions/Quest Red) 1 x 44 (Episode 9 of 10)
A documentary series exploring the work done by RSPCA inspectors.
Edit Producer : Mark Westcott. Series Producer : Tim Dalby. Exec : Andrew Eastel

So You Think You Can Farm (BBC Studios/BBC World Service) 4 x 30
Two city dwellers work on a remote farm so they can decide if they should become farmers.
Directors : Sam Farmar/Ruhi Hamid. Series Producer : Jon Eastman. Exec Producer : Georgia Moseley

Britain’s Forgotten Men (BBC3) 8 x 15 ***BAFTA NOMINATED***

Filmmaker Dan Murdoch spends a year on the fringes of Manchester with people who are fighting to stay above water - fighting not to be forgotten. Director : Dan Murdoch. Exec : Max Gogarty

Queer Britain (BBC3) 6 x 30
Presented by Riyadh Khalaf, Queer Britain gets under the skin of queer culture.
Series Producer : Lizzie Wingham. Exec : Max Gogarty

Double Mastectomy Twins (BBC3) 1 x 30
Twins Rose and Charlotte come to terms with the BRCA2 gene that pre-disposes them to the same condition as their mum. This doc follows the twins through pre-emptive double mastectomy operations. Director : Liza Williams. Exec : Max Gogarty

Making Weight (BBC3) 1 x 30
Documentary following Dean, a British MMA fighter. This film examines how the unhealthy practice of cutting weight could affect his long term health forever.
Director : Matt Ralph. Exec : Max Gogarty

Drugs Map of Britain (BBC3) 3 x 30
A landmark documentary series exploring the drugs of choice in different parts of the UK.
Directors : Suemay Oram/Liza Williams/Harriet Shawcross. Exec : Max Gogarty

The Man Who Shot Beautiful Women (BBC4) 1 x 60
Directed, filmed and edited this documentary on fashion photographer Erwin Blumenfeld for BBC4.

“Gripping and Shocking” THE GUARDIAN

BBC News / Current Affairs: Editor on ‘Identity’ campaign and films for Victoria Derbyshire.
BBC World Service: Editor on Be Your Own Boss and news, children and sport feature packages.
BBC World News: Editor on 30 min docs on Sri Lanka’s Missing Thousands, Amazons New Finds and My Very Extended Family.
ITV Global Formats: Promo Producer working on sizzle tapes for programmes such as Come Dine With Me.
Lime Pictures, Thinking Violets, Six to Start & Greenbay Films: Producing, shooting, editing and graphics for sizzle and casting tapes.
BBC Ruby's Room: Shot and edited 25 Ruby Wax films on Mental Health.
Also … Culture Show, Collective, Strictly Come Dancing, Electric Proms, Watchdog, Weekend Watchdog, Cannes Film Festival, Live 8.

Commercial Credits
Channel 4 x NCS (Barcroft Studios): Edited two short films as part of Youth Rising campaign.
Royal Academy x Winsor and Newton:
Shot, directed and edited short film on colour to promote Winsor and Newton.
Royal Academy: Directed, shot and edited artist profile films, exhibition previews and eight films as part of the RA250 season.
Quiet Storm: Edited promos and commercials for Sky and Haribo.
Royle Productions: Editor on Paddy Power & Reed Smith digital campaigns.
Gravity Road: Editor on social media campaign videos for Sainsbury’s.

Charity/Corporate Credits
NHS - Chelsea and Westminster Hospital: Produced short films celebrating hospital services.
Save The Children: Edited Song For Syria fundraising video by Ellie Goulding for Save The Children. Directed by Beeban Kidron
Barnardos: Directed, edited and filmed films for social media as part of the Believe in Me Campaign.
Heritage Lottery Fund: Directed, shot and edited films for the Changing Lives Campaign & 25th anniversary of the Lottery.
Also … Department Media, Culture and Sport and Actors in Industry (PwC, Bank of England, Mercer)

Interactive Credits
The Boy in The Book - A Choose Your Own Documentary: Co creator, director, editor and producer of the award winning show - soon to be released as an online experience.

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BBC, September Films, Granada, Royal Geographical Society, Emirates Airlines