Feature documentary profiling Michael Putland, one of the greatest photographers of the international pop and rock jazz music scene from the 1950s to the present day. I was the primary videographer in New York, filming all scenes in the city and at a book launch event in Soho.

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This webinar session at Crowd DNA looked at what has changed about how we tell stories in a time where most things are done at a distance. We considered not only what different forms of remote storytelling have emerged in popular culture, but also how we – as researchers – can continue to build empathy with people, and understand our audiences without visiting or seeing them in person.

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Remote Film Formats

Film, Strategy

In the face of a global pandemic and grounded travel, we had to quickly pivot away from in-person filming in 2020. Instead, we turned to remote film methods – a series of carefully designed approaches that still reveal true needs and tensions, helping our clients get close to their consumers – from a distance. I created this series of example films to show a range of our methods.

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The Neighborhoods Project

Film, Photography

The Neighborhoods Project is a content series examining the unique character of New York City neighborhoods, as seen through the eyes of those born and raised in them. Each episode, we speak to locals around the history of their neighborhood, and how they preserve identities in the face of rapid change and gentrification.

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Half Empty; Half Full

Film, Photography

Marketing content for a new short play, including portraits, behind-the-scenes photography, and video interviews with the cast, crew and creative team.

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In the context of the upcoming Women’s World Cup, this series of films profiles a number of women in sport – from footballers to boxers – discussing themes including media representation, cultural challenges, and the portrayal of women’s sport.

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Manhattanhenge

Photography

Four times a year, the sunset lines up perfectly with Manhattan’s street grid system – affectionately known as Manhattanhenge. This project serves to document the spectacle of henge-viewing New Yorkers.

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A short film series for Crowd DNA, profiling innovative, disruptive and unique businesses around the world. Each episode profiles a specific business – from a salad delivery service in Brazil, to recycling used coffee beans into fuel in London.

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Small Print

Design, Film, Print, Strategy

Marketing campaign for Small Print, a Leeds-based print and design company. Work included bespoke high-quality direct mail, and testimonial films from featured clients.

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Inside Pripyat

Photography, Print

A documentary photography series and accompanying photo book profiling the abandoned city of Pripyat, inside the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone, Ukraine.

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