A selection of my recent work in various roles.
The story of the last fisherman of Rame, Cornwall. Malcolm Baker has never left his village, spending his entire year life living and working around the sea. With his community changing around him at a rapid pace, Malcolm and his family realise there may be no hope for the future of his trade, and even worse, Malcolm himself could be declared obsolete. Then, a chance encounter with an Austrian youth worker on the beach one morning leads to some life-changing opportunities, no just for Malcolm but many young people from Eruope.
Flooglebinders mission is to help people gain vital experience and qualifications within the environmental sector; promoting the importance of sustainable travel. Ian and Brad, the team behind the brand, are educational travel specialists offering volunteers conservation and community projects in Africa, Europe and Asia.
Nina Nesbitt is a solo musician that bravely chose a path of authenticity after splitting with her record label to peruse a new musical direction. Nina values the freedom to create and express herself, leading to the release of a new EP and the start of UK tour about her journey. A brand documentary, produced for Ellesse, director, Matt Page wished to explore the theme of a journey by following Nina on tour, seeing glimpses of her life at homes and discussing her passion for storytelling in her music.
Three short films created for the salon / barber IT specialist, Shortcuts Software. The client profiles films explore the benefits of using Shortcut's software through the eye of Manchester top Barber, Inky Steve; recently a father and new business owner. And London's own Richard and Helen Ward; Salon owners, entrepreneurs and stylists to the worlds rich and famous.
A nostalgic brand documentary for Ellesse sport, featuring WBO light-middleweight champion, Liam Smith. Ellesse, a sports apparel company, founded in Italy in 1959 are deeply connected to the sports industry, although Liam is their first brand ambassador for the sport of boxing. Ellesse's director wished to focus on Liam's achievements and family life, mixing documentary aesthetics with stylised training routines.
22 Young people find themselves on a remote Danish Island with only a handful of rules. Through informal and nonformal learning they must work together to create a functional micro-society with no input from the adult youth workers who are accompanying them. The process is not some macabre experiment; the emotional highs and lows, learning processes and interactions are documented by two universities to understand the impact of this kind of experience to help reform educational policy in the European Union.
Canterbury is the number one brand in Rugby and has a profound respect for the history and development of the game. For last season Canterbury required a series of social media content with their two ambassadors; England Captin Dylan Heartly and Irish Centre, Robbie Henshaw.
The RAF continually needs to update the UK and the world on its capabilities and operations, especially at times of conflict in areas where civilian news teams may not have access. The Airforce also needs to create PR material for recruitment and retention, and engage in phycological operations and surveillance.
Beauty Bay is a leading online retailer with a mission to increase their online presence with a seasonal video campaign. The project brief was to create a short ad, social content and develop a collection of beauty tutorials. The films incorporated presenter based lifestyle elements along with narrated tutorials from industry professionals.
AK Tirol is a public body which represents the workers of the Tirol region of Austria. AKs remit provides opportunities for youngsters who have fallen out of the work or education system. Their flagship project is based in Cornwall, a residential projects unfold over a month, where volunteers work alongside various mentors.
A series of short-form content in a brand, cine doc style on behalf of Momentum, a Non For Profit that provides training and career development opportunities. The four films were created following four characters taking part in a week-long training programme in London.