I create, shoot and edit videos with joy. I’m proficient working with cameras (dslrs), lights and microphones and I edit videos in Adobe Premiere CC and AfterEffects/DaVinci Resolve. I own a Canon 60D with three lenses, a manfrotto tripod and microphones.

I produced this testimonial video for Graduateland.com, where I filmed their client, Procter & Gambler and they explained how they use Graduateland to find new employees.

I directed ‘What Can I Say’ as my graduation piece from Goldsmiths University. It’s a documentary about online freedom of speech and features animation, archival footage and interviews with various human rights experts. The film received an honourable mention from the UK Royal Television Society: What Can I Say?

I filmed and edited this short event video from an exhibition opening in London, with music by xxyyxx:

The trailer for Eleven, a feature documentary about 11 different kids from around the world compared through the universal joy of football. I directed the Danish part and this is 11-year old Julie talking about her experiences growing up in Copenhagen:

A visual anthropology documentary, which I filmed with two other students from Copenhagen University.

This video was produced for Action for Refugees in Lewisham, based on their workshop on storytelling

A music video that I directed, shot and edited for Kristina Sarkisova and her former band, Sumner:

An artistic video I filmed and edited for my friend Halea:

I also previously been the cinematographer of an entry for the Straight8 film competition, which was selected for their show reel and screened at Cannes Lions, Bornshorts, Regard Independent and London Short Film Festival. The rules is that you film on one Super8 reel in sequence (no editing allowed) and submit a soundtrack separately.