Jib Operating in 30 seconds

Below is a fun little video filmed and edited by my friend Humayun Ahmed from HumTech Films, who I met on one of the many jib operating jobs I’ve done over the past two years. I was filming establishing shots at a venue in London when Humayun turned up to film some promo shots for the event decor team –

Races To Places

2016 has been a busy year for me. I’ve done a few cool shoots including a pretty amazing one in the United States, a few fun ones around Europe and a fair few around the UK as well. I spent the first 6 months of this year editing an adventure motorcycling documentary series called Races To Places. All

“Hollywood Baby!”

The crew, from left to right: me, Mizan, James Corden in the middle, Naser and Andy, Rav below and our director Javed above, striking his pose. It finally happened, I made it to Hollywood!! Well, only for 10 days. But being paid to go on a 10 day shoot in Los Angeles as well as getting

Last Man On Earth

Last Summer I spent a wicked 3 days working on Last Man On Earth, a short sci-fi thriller starring Colin Baker. The film was shot on location in Manchester and directed by Darren Langlands. I met some great people and had a lot of fun on set! It was a fantastic experience for me all round.

Wedding Season

It was late last year when I started working with Andy Lockwood, owner of JibzTV. (Awesome posh website designed by Shane Rounce who did mine) Andy introduced me to his world and his primary line of work: camera crane operating at Asian weddings. Since then I have been working for him as a second-shooter, covering weddings

Expanding my horizons

2 new racetracks, 2 new videos, 2 weddings, 5 different cities, 1 film festival and 2 new countries. February is shaping up to be a very, very busy month for me. On top of the music video workshops I’ve been running at Norton College and judging I’m doing for the Hope Valley Adventure Film Festival

Hope Valley Adventure Film Festival

Some interesting news, I have been asked to be the main judge for the short film competition at the 2015 Hope Valley Adventure Film Festival (HVAFF). It’s a local film festival that borrows it’s name from the well known Sheffield Adventure Film Festival (ShAFF). The HVAFF operates on a much smaller scale that it’s established

The Student has become the Master.

“The circle is now complete. When I left you I was but the learner; now I am the master”. – Darth Vader, A New Hope (1977)   Ok so ‘Master’ is a massive overstatement. I’ve been out of education for a while now but I’ve still got tons to learn! While I was studying I earned a bit


I recently decided I needed to up my game and make my online presence more professional looking. I might act like a hyperactive hillbilly with a camera but I CAN be professional. Luckily I’m acquainted with a few talented photographers and I asked my good friend Nic Stewart if he’d be up for the task

Hello World!

Hey guys, my website is finally up and running! Have a look round, there’s plenty of fun stuff to watch and read and you should even be able to leave comments on certain things. I’ll be posting what I’m up to and stuff on here (and maybe a bit of work too) so don’t forget

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