Unlocking Hunger In Lockdown tells the story of volunteers and community organisations in Woolwich, south east London coming together during the Covid-19 lockdown to make sure that local people in need don't go without food.
VAEG Studio - My lockdown story Vaeg Studio uses repurposed materials to create one-of-a-kind and sustainable clothing. It was launched during lockdown in 2020 after founder Urvashi Srivastava found herself furloughed from her full-time job. I filmed, directed and edited this short documentary.
The Knowledge - made for Manifesto NYC.I filmed, directed and edited this short film.
The Seafront - short documentary about two BMX riders in Southsea, Portsmouth. I produced, directed and edited this short film.
For All the Tea in England A short documentary funded by the Newham Film Fund. I produced this short film made by first time director Kerry McLeod.
Azan - a call to prayer A short documentary funded by Film London made by first time director Heena Bukhari. I produced this film.
Walk Tall No sponsorship, one kidney, tuberculosis, a broken back... All set for the London Olympics... 1948. Walk Tall is a short animated/live action documentary about ex-Olympic gymnast and good posture advocate George Weedon. Funded by Film London & Eastern Edge Film Fund, made by first time director Kate Sullivan. I worked as the Exec Producer for the Eastern Edge film fund on this film.
Home A dance / documentary film about three families living in East London, exploring what home means to each of them. One family is of mixed British / African heritage, another from Kosovo, and the other from Sri Lanka. This film was made as part of a unique education and community arts participatory project. I directed and edited this film shot on 16mm film.
Welcome Julian A short documentary commissioned by the UK Film Council. I filmed, directed and edited this film.
Journeys Across My City - Buenos Aires, Argentina This short documentary was made as part of a unique cultural exchange project funded by the British Council Argentina and NESTA. Six students travelled from NewVIC college in East London to the Antonioni Zaccagnini school in Buenos Aires to create two short films to explore their lives in each of their home cities. I coordinated the project, co-directed and produced the films.