Drugs Inc - National Geographic / Wall to Wall UK
Reflections of the Past - Charmed Productions US
Winner Best Documentary - Hollywood Reel Independant film Festival 2010, Winner Directors Choice Award - Litchfield Hills Film Festival 2011 and Official Selection - Louisville's International Film Festival 2011
The Band - Frame up films / Ian John Productions
Chasing the Ghost - Melting Pot Television NZ
The Family Who Vanished - Chameleon TV UK
A UK television documentary on the murder of the Chohan family at the hands of a ruthless crime gang. Nil Chohan had a thriving business and a loving family but all this came to an end when he employed South London gangster Kenneth Regan on his release from prison. (Cameraman for New Zealand Filming)
The Killing of Sophie Elliot - Melting Pot Television NZ
A documentary on the murder of Sophie Elliot in Dunedin 2008. It explores the motivation and character of Clayton wetherston and the impact on her close family and friends. (Cameraman for re-enactment scenes)
Bringing my brother back to life - Melting Pot Television NZ
A television documentary on Michaela Buckley's mission to help rehabilitate her brother who was seroiusly injured in a motorbike accident. She stands out as a strong independant young woman (cameraman for the interviews and re-enactment scenes).
Starjam - Picture Talk Television Productions
A film festival documentary on the Starjam Sage show which is transforming disabled children's lives. (1x60') Received a Bronze Award in the 40th US Film Festival.
Inside New Zealand - Pregnancy
A television documentary looking at different couples facing the challenges of pregnancy and child rearing for the first time. Zee Films
Bridge to Terabithia
EPK / Behind the scenes footage of the feature film and Interviews with the main actors Jesse Aaron's (Josh Hutcherson) and Leslie Burke (Anna Sophia Robb) , director (Gabor Csupo), the cinematographer and film producers for the DVD release and television advertising.
EPK / Behind the Scenes of the feature film and interviews with the director Toa Fraser, the cinematographer and the lead actors (Ruby Dee, Mia Blake, Rene Naufahu) for the DVD release and television advertising.