Creative Producer | Barbour’s launch of their newest heritage brand aimed at a youthful male audience - Barbour Beacon, which saw us create a community of ten exciting, talented, young creators - filmmakers, animators, illustrators and photographers.
The creator community all developed their own ideas and concepts with my creative assistance and production - which contributed to a year worth of innovative and attention-grabbing social media content.
The project included the production of content at the Topman x Highsnobiety Beacon launch, the Barbour Beacon heritage factory and the Herd Groyne itself - the inspiration behind the logo.
Read about the community here
Producer | BBC’s Body Positive 2018 campaign launch documentary which asked pairs of young females to compare the way they look at themselves, to the way they look at their best friends. Aimed at 16-21 year old females and created in collaboration with up and coming art director Nwaka Okparaeke and director Cleo Carmen.
Producer x First AD | VOXI’s collaboration film with Anthony Joshua which looked at the impact and value of connections in all aspects of life. Produced in collaboration with up and coming director Aaron Dunleavy.
Creative Director x Host | Can We Just Ask is a documentary and events platform created to encourage discussion, idea-sharing and ultimately problem-solving around issues of society, the environment, politics and culture.
We tell stories and start conversations that matter through the use of documentary photography and film, as well as panel discussion events.
Director | Leo Mates’ Camden Fringe Show - Magnum Opus, a short film trailer.
Producer | MTV’s male mental health short form series featuring reality stars who are talking openly and honestly about their mental health, the stigma around male mental health and how life in the public eye can affect them. This comes after the tragic suicides of a number of reality TV stars, and was a hugely important topic to discuss.
Producer | MTV x VOXI collaboration adverts.
Writer x Producer | Greenpeace’s international World Meat Free Week campaign brought together 10 influencers from around the world in one collaborative digital video which encouraged people to eat less meat for one week in June.