BIOGRAPHY

...my aim is to seek inventive and inspired solutions to bring moving images and a narrative together - to make others stop, watch and listen...

At 14, with a desire to tell a story and no knowledge how to, I built a basic edit suite on my bedroom floor from three VHS video recorders, each connected together by a tangled home-made loom of cables to transfer the images and sound

...from there a career was born.

I left school early to study TV & Film specialising in post production. I then attended the National Film & Television School. By 21, I was headhunted and tasked with establishing and co-ordinating the day to day running of a full facilities house and team covering Endemol UK's post production output in Scotland - becoming the youngest facility manager in the UK.

My goal however was to be creative and since I have successfully worked as an Offline Editor / Online Editor, covering senior positions and craft roles for independent TV production companies and major broadcasters, both in the UK and internationally.

To this day, much like I started off... my aim is to seek inventive and inspired solutions to bring moving images and a narrative together - to make others stop, watch and listen.

In the last year, I have focused on creating work outside of the suite.
I self taught myself how to shoot and then co-produced and filmed six music videos with artist Craig Mackay.
The results speak for themselves - from transforming Jule Fowlis into an otherworldly goddess to producing the final music video for rock super-group Runrig to close out their 45 year career - I now have a body of work which demonstrates the talent and creativity I posses in producing work from conception to completion.
I am keen to explore more methods of creating content and new opportunities of producing exciting work which will captivate it's audience.