I make mouthwatering short films about good things to eat and drink. I take pictures as well. And I like stories. Storytelling is central to all I do.
For about 17 years I worked for the BBC, producing and directing programmes about food whenever possible, and quite a lot of other things as well. I won a handful of awards from the likes of Sony, the Royal Television Society and the New York Festival of Television and Film.
I shoot and edit my own films and since 2011 I’ve been working freelance to focus particularly on all things edible.
I still do some work for the BBC. But I now produce delicious films and photos for chefs and farmers and cafés and charities and bakeries and cookery schools and chocolatiers and restaurants and food magazines as well.
I love my work. Telling stories about good things to eat, drink and share is what gets me out of bed in the morning.
If my films and pictures make you feel at all hungry, then I consider that a good day’s work. You can look up the recipe, while I eat the leftovers.
Take a quick look
This is one of three very short food films I shot, edited and directed for Viva Strawberries.
If you’ve got 59 seconds then take a look. If it makes your tummy rumble then let’s start thinking of the most delicious ways to tell your food story on screen.
Or contact me to discuss new ways of sharing your food and drink stories with Eat Pictures.